By: Sandra Block
Disclaimer: I received an Advanced Reader’s Copy of this book to review. As is my policy with books that I receive for review, if I don’t like it, I don’t review it.
I’ve said this before, and I’ll say it again. I really like it when a book grabs hold of me as a reader and drags me into the story. It’s something special when a story is so well written that you jump into it and end up trying to find any extra time that you can to advance further into it. Little Black Lies was such a book.
The one bad thing that I have to say about this book is that I had the ending figured out about half way through the book. But, even with that fact, I still raced through it to find out if I was right. The story is a gripping one that is fast paced and easy to read. The characters that Block has written are both believable and lovable.
I’m not really sure how best to classify this book. It’s both a psychological suspense and a detective book of sorts. A mashup of genres if you want to call it that, I suppose. In the end, it’s a highly readable book in either case.