Sunday, March 20, 2022

The Killer’s Family by Miranda Smith

The Killer’s Family by Miranda Smith

Published: 2022

Pages: 310

Rating: 5 stars

Type: ebook 

Source: Free ARC from Netgalley

Three sisters are devastated by the sudden death of their father only 6 months after they buried their beloved mother. But that was just the beginning of their ordeal.

After the funeral, they discover some evidence that their father was no other but the local legend serial killer who has never been caught, Gemini. They choose to keep it a secret but it eats them up from the inside and drives them apart.

A year later, each is dealing with what they uncovered in her own way, some in denial, some in research, and some in self-destruction.

Then the killing starts with the same old Gemini method which makes the sisters rethink what they believed for the past year. Was their father really Gemini, was he framed, or was he covering for someone?!

It was a wonderful fast-paced ride that I totally enjoyed and didn't want it to end, even though I wanted to know what happens and who the killer is. It had some twists and turns that I didn't see coming and some surprises. 

The ending was good and fulfilling, but there was an open-end question that I wished to know the answer to.

I really wish this book would turn into a TV series, I'm sure it will be a blast!

In the end, I thank Netgalley and Bookouture for the ARC in exchange for an honest review.

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