- Published Date: January 11, 2022
- Author: Stacy Willingham
- Genre: Fiction, Adult, Mystery, Thriller
- Format: Hardcover (Book of the Month Dec 2021)
- Length: 357 pages
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One thing I am learning when it comes to reading mystery thriller books is to not set expectations too high. Usually I figure out the twist by the middle of the book & if the story is drawn out too long with too much fluff, I get uninterested. But this book was different.
So we have Chloe, our main character. She’s a psychologist who talks to troubled teens. One day, one of her patients goes missing after their appointment & she begins to have flashbacks to her father being arrested.
With teens going missing she’s stuck on trying to figure out who is causing these girls to go missing. The only thing she knows is that whoever it is, is trying to be a copycat of her father.
I enjoyed this book. It kept me engaged and wanting more. I did figure out the twist early on, but it didn’t destroy the book for me and i’d definitely recommend.
Have you read A Flicker in the Dark? What were your thoughts?