Book Review, Crime Fiction

The Serial Killer Daughter by Lesley Welsh

The Serial Killer Daughter  name was want got me interested in reading this book, I read a lot of crime fiction and was intrigued by this premise. 

The book follows Suzanne brought up by a single mum with a dad that would randomly appear in her life. It been 10 years since she has seen her father, then out of the blue a women Rose calls Suzanne to tell her that her dad died 5 months ago. Rose has photographed and journal that she wants her to have. When she looks at the photo she finds a photo of her friend that died 10 years ago in a fire just after her dad last visit. Needing to find out more she starts digging into her father past where she finds out the horrible things he has done. But Suzanne digging has put her on the radar of someone else after her father.

I was hooked from the first page, the story is riveting with great twists and turns. Although the book is  Suzanne story we get to see read the story from other people prospective, making the book a thriller.

I think want scary about this book that there are people like Suzanne father out their charming liars that on the surface look like good people. But that are manipulative and dark who use people for their own gain that don’t like it when they are not the centre of attention.

I also like the fact that we get to see the impact to the family because of the crimes committed. It’s not just all over when the trial is over.

I would highly recommend this book and I will be looking out for more books by this author

I give this book  5 out of 5

🤓🤓🤓🤓🤓

If you want to find the book you can find it here:

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If you would like to find out more information about the author click here.

Thanks for reading

Gem x

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