A Question of Guilt

In 1999, seventeen-year-old Tone Vaterland was killed on her way home from work.

Desperate for a conviction the police deemed the investigation an open-and-shut case and sent her spurned boyfriend, Danny Momrak, down for murder.

But twenty years later William Wisting receives a puzzling letter. It suggests the wrong man was convicted for Tone’s death.

And the real murderer is still out there.

Wisting is quickly thrown into a terrifying race against time where he must find the sender, decipher this mysterious letter and catch the real killer – before they strike again . . .

This is a book that pulled me in quickly, been impossible to put down and taken me on a rollercoaster.

Wisting is on holiday when he receives an unmarked letter. This is where we really start to unfold the events of this one. We follow Wisting, as he tries to work out if the letter is true.

This is filled with tension, fantastic characters and a number of twists and turns. I have definitely found this an unpredictable read and been completely caught up in the pages of this one.

It is easy to become lost in the pages of this one. I have been so caught up in trying to predict this book that I have devoured this book in just one sitting.

I have loved how difficult it has been to identify the guilty in this one. It is definitely a rollercoaster read and one that I have really enjoyed. I definitely recommend to fans of the genre.

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