Hey all! I am back with a book review! The Unknown Woman by Thomas Fincham
Would you sacrifice your life to save your daughter?
A man is found dead in a motel room with over two-hundred thousand dollars in cash and gold in his possession. The man has never made more than minimum wage in his entire life. As Detective Fisher and Detective Holt dig into the man’s past, they uncover something far more deadly and sinister.
Private Investigator Lee Callaway is pulled into a case by his daughter, Nina. She wants Callaway to help her friend find out the truth behind the death of her mother at the hands of her father. Reluctantly, Callaway takes on the case. But his search leads him down a path that may be far more complicated and dangerous for everyone involved—including his own family!
If you love a good mystery, you’ll love The Unknown Woman!
No. of pages:- 290 pages
Date published:- June 8 2020
This is the first book I have read from this author although this is the eighth book of the Lee Callaway series. Luckily, this is not a continuation of the series.
Anyway, this begins with a murder of a man in a seedy motel and Detectives Fisher and Hold discover thousands of money in his room. Meanwhile, Detective Callaway who is a private investigator is hired by a classmate of his daughter, Millie as she believes that her mother is still alive, even though her mother was murdered by her father three years ago. The two cases seemed to be connected later on.
This is a fast paced thriller and also a quick read and so I really enjoyed the reading. There were some twists and turns in the books and the ending was so unexpected. The writing was good, making the reader draw into the story and the chapters were sort of short though there were lots of chapters. It was interesting from the beginning to the end, which is what I liked about the thrillers. However, there were some unnecessary parts in the book that was a bit boring and was thrown from the plot line of the story.
However, I really enjoyed reading the book–this was a fast paced thriller and quick read. Worth five stars!