Anthony Horowitz is known for his murder mysteries from the beloved detective Sherlock Holmes, but this Atticus Pünd book will take you on a ride you never will forget. When Editor Susan Ryeland is given the manuscript of Alan Conway’s latest novel, it is to be his final novel of the series. But killing off Atticus Pünd might be more of a debacle than Alan Conway ever counted on.

This best-seller will have you whipped off your seat with these twists and turns. An old styled murder mystery that has not one but two murders. I never saw the twists coming, and that made this book so enjoyable. If it weren’t already on the bestsellers list, it would be a find like no other.

My View:
I love this book, and I think it will always have a place in my heart. As one of those lovers of old-fashioned books, I have to admit that this will be hard to beat. The only thing I would say and I feel this is because the setting there weren’t any exciting characters. I didn’t feel drawn to anyone; it was all the mystery and the not a lot of background. Then again, it is written to be his final book, and it gives that impression from the name and the way it is written. He has thought of everything to bring you closer to that experience of an authentic murder mystery series.

To be honest, I didn’t think much of the audiobook’s content. I thought Susan was well-voiced, but it’s hard because the book is meant to be read and not listened to.
I’d rank this book in my ever favourites if I had to star. It’d be five out of five and four out of five for the audiobook.


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