In a Dark, Dark Wood is a psychological thriller involving Nora who is a writer and a recluse. After ten years of not hearing from her schoolmates she receives a call from some one named Flo inviting her to a hen party for Clare who used to be her best friend. While the whole situation makes her uncomfortable she still agrees to attend.
The glass house in the woods is remote, so remote that phone service is not always reliable. Not a good thing after someone is murdered in the house. In the aftermath Nora is lying in a hospital bed trying to pick through her memories. What happened and why? Even more disturbing are her thoughts that she may have done something.
I listened to this book and it was a fast paced and easy one to listen to. Once I started it I had a hard time having to stop listening to do other things. It is narrated by Imogen Church who I really enjoy listening to. She always makes a good book even better.
In a Dark, Dark Wood kept me guessing and in the end, although I thought I had everything figured out, I found that I didn’t. If you’re a fan of psychological thrillers this one would be a good pick!
Source: Digital copy was received from the publisher for an honest review. Audiobook personal copy. No compensation was received.