The Night Shift: A Novel
Alex Finlay does it again in his newest suspense thriller Night Shift. It’s New Years Eve 1999. A group of Blockbuster Video employees gets murdered. There is only one survivor. A girl named Ella. Fast forward to 2015. Ella is now a therapist, helping others find their way through life’s problems. She gets a call while out one night to come to the local hospital. Someone has killed all of the employees at the local ice cream shop. Only one survivor. Just like Ella.
This book will have its readers’ attention held from start to finish. The FBI gets called in on the case and a very pregnant Sarah Keller and her assistant Atticus start their mission to try and find the killer. Could it be the young man first accused and acquitted of the video store murders? Or his abusive father? This book had me guessing the whole time. There was never a dull moment. And of course, there was a twist at the end which is always my favorite part of any well-written thriller. I would recommend this book to fans of Harlen Coben, Karin Slaughter, and Ruth Ware.
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|Mystery, Crime, Thriller