His & Hers
8 hours, 20 minutes There are two sides to every story: yours and mine, ours and theirs, His & Hers. Which means someone is always lying.Anna Andrews finally has what she wants. Almost. She's worked hard to become the main TV presenter of the BBC's lunchtime news, putting work before friends, family, and her now ex-husband. So, when someone threatens to take her dream job away, she'll do almost anything to keep it.When asked to cover a murder in Blackdown--the sleepy countryside village where she grew up--Anna is reluctant to go. But when the victim turns out to be one of her childhood friends, she can't leave. It soon becomes clear that Anna isn't just covering the story, she's at the heart of it.DCI Jack Harper left London for a reason, but never thought he'd end up working in a place like Blackdown. When the body of a young woman is discovered, Jack decides not to tell anyone that he knew the victim, until he begins to realise he is a suspect in his own murder investigation.One of them knows more than they are letting on. Someone isn't telling the truth. Alternating between Anna's and Jack's points of view, His & Hers is a fast-paced, complex, and dark puzzle that will keep listeners guessing until the very end.

His & Hers Details

TitleHis & Hers
Author
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseJul 28th, 2020
PublisherMacmillan Audio
ISBN-139781250622198
Rating
GenreMystery, Thriller, Mystery Thriller, Fiction

His & Hers Review

  • Ceecee
    January 1, 1970
    Alice Feeney does it again! She draws you into the story with a superb start and then takes you on a jaw dropping journey until the end. In fact, I think my jaw fell open so many times it’s fixed in the gaping mouth position! I might have uttered the odd expletive as another shocker clobbers you! The story as the title implies is told from two perspectives. ‘His’ is DCI Jack Harper, head of MCT in Blackdown, Surrey a quintessential, sleepy and beautiful English town in the stockbroker belt. He’s Alice Feeney does it again! She draws you into the story with a superb start and then takes you on a jaw dropping journey until the end. In fact, I think my jaw fell open so many times it’s fixed in the gaping mouth position! I might have uttered the odd expletive as another shocker clobbers you! The story as the title implies is told from two perspectives. ‘His’ is DCI Jack Harper, head of MCT in Blackdown, Surrey a quintessential, sleepy and beautiful English town in the stockbroker belt. He’s a bit crumpled, not living his best life having retreated to Blackdown from the Met following a tragedy. ‘Her’ is Anna Andrews a temporary BBC news presenter filling in for Cat Jones who has been on maternity leave. Anna has plenty of secrets and there are several versions of ‘her’. When a Jane Doe is discovered stabbed multiple times in Blackdown Woods what follows is a tale of the unexpected as you would expect (!) from Alice Feeney. The novel is well written and has a lot of excellent descriptions and metaphors of what it’s like inside His and Her heads. The plot is good and you think you have the truth sorted and then you realise you so haven’t as both perspectives are contradictory. It has more twists than a corkscrew and at times it’s so dark you can barely see a hand in front of your face. It’s mysterious, tense, creepy and spooky. The setting especially of Blackdown Woods adds an extra dimension of atmosphere as even the most benign woods at night can feel scary. There are revelations and shocking events to keep you wanting to read on and on. Although I did work out the big reveal it in no way spoils the enjoyment. Overall, is a terrific read and highly recommended for fans of the genre. Special thanks to NetGalley and HQ stories for the Arc.
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  • Tracy Fenton
    January 1, 1970
    Alice Feeney is, in my opinion, the QUEEN of twisty. There is absolutely NO DOUBT in my mind that she creates the most twisted, dysfunctional, dark and disturbing characters and let's not even mention her skill of creating the most believable unreliable narrators EVER.His and Hers is her latest standalone psychological thriller and if you haven't read her previous two Sometimes I Lie (my review here) and I Know Who You Are (my review here), then what the heck are you waiting for.. download them Alice Feeney is, in my opinion, the QUEEN of twisty.  There is absolutely NO DOUBT in my mind that she creates the most twisted, dysfunctional, dark and disturbing characters and let's not even mention her skill of creating the most believable unreliable narrators EVER.His and Hers is her latest standalone psychological thriller and if you haven't read her previous two Sometimes I Lie (my review here) and I Know Who You Are (my review here), then what the heck are you waiting for.. download them NOW as His and Hers isn't published until 28th May 2020.This is a story told by the two main characters: Anna Andrews - a successful newsreader with a personal life in tatters, a drinking problem and troubled past she is determined to run from and DCI Jack Harper - a policeman who also has run away from his past and living in a town where nothing much happens until a body is found and he realises he could actually be the main suspect.His and Hers is the tale of two sides to a story, the murder of a young woman, the newsreader sent to cover the story and the policeman determined to catch the killer and protect himself.  Alice Feeney cleverly overlaps the narrators own versions of the truth, weaving them together and slowly revealing the full story to the reader chapter by chapter.  I read so many psychological thrillers so you'd think I would be able to work it out.. uh uh... not this time.  His and Hers kept me guessing and changing my mind constantly and I was totally gripped throughout.  Twisted, twisty and clever His and Hers is another cracking book from Alice Feeney and I highly recommend it.
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  • Gary
    January 1, 1970
    This is the third novel I have read by this author and have enjoyed everyone of them.His and Hers is a novel featuring two sides of a story,which means someone is lying.Anna Andrews has finally got what she wants, the main TV presenter of the BBC’s lunchtime news. She has achieved it by putting work before friends, family, and her now ex-husband. So, when someone threatens to take her dream job away, she’ll do almost anything to keep it.She is asked to cover a murder in the sleepy countryside This is the third novel I have read by this author and have enjoyed everyone of them.His and Hers is a novel featuring two sides of a story,which means someone is lying.Anna Andrews has finally got what she wants, the main TV presenter of the BBC’s lunchtime news. She has achieved it by putting work before friends, family, and her now ex-husband. So, when someone threatens to take her dream job away, she’ll do almost anything to keep it.She is asked to cover a murder in the sleepy countryside village Blackdown, where she grew up but feels reluctant to go. The victim is found to be one of Anna's school friends and now she can't leave because she isn’t just covering the story, she’s at the centre of it.DCI Jack Harper left London and never dreamt that he would end up investigating a murder in sleepy Blackdown. When Jack arrives at the murder scene he recognises the victim but decides not to tell anyone until he begins to realise he is a suspect in his own murder investigation.This is a fast paced novel with the story been told from the his and hers viewpoints of Jack and Anna. One of them is lying and the twists and turns will keep you changing your minds throughout the book.I would like to thank both Net Galley and HQ for supplying a copy of this novel in exchange for an honest review.
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  • Jordy’s Book Club
    January 1, 1970
    QUICK TAKE: Alice Feeney fans are in luck; she’s back with another dark and twisty thriller about a small town homicide investigation told from the POVs of a divorced couple who may have a connection to the murder victims. The story is fast-paced, the red herrings believable and the twist ending got me (though it was a little exposition-y at the end). Overall, fans of the author and genre will find a lot to like in this one.
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  • ♛ Garima ♛
    January 1, 1970
    I have been burned before by Alice Feeney. Loved 'Sometimes I lie', hated 'I know who you are'. What is this going to be?
  • Marc Bougharios
    January 1, 1970
    4.75 rounded upThis novel is released on April 30th, 2020.Trigger warning: This book includes bullying and some other scenes. Alice Feeney is the queen of plot twists and she never fails to disappoint and she always delivers. I can honestly say that she is one of my favorite authors and when I heard that she had a new book out, I knew I had to get my hands on it. This novel is about a woman named Anna Andrews a journalist who goes back to her hometown to cover a story about a murder of a girl 4.75 rounded upThis novel is released on April 30th, 2020.Trigger warning: This book includes bullying and some other scenes. Alice Feeney is the queen of plot twists and she never fails to disappoint and she always delivers. I can honestly say that she is one of my favorite authors and when I heard that she had a new book out, I knew I had to get my hands on it. This novel is about a woman named Anna Andrews a journalist who goes back to her hometown to cover a story about a murder of a girl she knew in high school. DCI Jack Harper is the lead detective on the case and but he knows the victim and finds himself in the middle of the investigation. But Anna and Jack were married before and they each have thier own secrets. Nothing is as it seems so brace yourselves. I loved Anna's character. There was so much depth to her character and I think that Feeney portrayed her so well. This novel does have some trigger warnings that can be a little uncomfortable to read but if you have the stomach for it, it's definitely for you! I loved how she would go back and forth and so we would see Anna and her friends when they were in high school which is very very important as we go along in the story. Feeney's novels are always amazing and I can never find myself getting bored while reading. She structures her stories in such an intriguing way, that every page you read is interesting and you'll be flipping pages till 1 am. I loved the chapters that were in italics, because we think we know who the killer is as we go along but we really know nothing at all. Her plots are so intricate and complex which is what I love the most about her stories because we can't really guess anything which makes it more hooking for us.Her plot twists are the most original and twisty twists ever! I can never guess them and usually I can kind of hint at who it is but never with her novels. Feeney puts the psycho in psycholigical thrillers and I think it's fair to say that this book fits the category really well. It's always on the very last page too. She'll put twists near the very end, but wil always shock you with the very last page and I always look forward to it. You kind of have to prepare yourself for her twists because they're like a slap in the face (in a good way) and you have to kind of stop and take in what you just read. A job very well done to Alice Feeney and I am certain that this will be a huge hit in the bookstores! Thank you to Curtis Brown and HQ for sending me an advanced copy of this novel in exchange for my honest review!
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  • Katie Topp
    January 1, 1970
    Will read only to confirm that I do not enjoy this author. #gluttonforpunishment
  • Laura Peden
    January 1, 1970
    Need ASAP
  • Gary
    January 1, 1970
    This is the third novel I have read by this author and have enjoyed everyone of them.His and Hers is a novel featuring two sides of a story,which means someone is lying.Anna Andrews has finally got what she wants, the main TV presenter of the BBC’s lunchtime news. She has achieved it by putting work before friends, family, and her now ex-husband. So, when someone threatens to take her dream job away, she’ll do almost anything to keep it.She is asked to cover a murder in the sleepy countryside This is the third novel I have read by this author and have enjoyed everyone of them.His and Hers is a novel featuring two sides of a story,which means someone is lying.Anna Andrews has finally got what she wants, the main TV presenter of the BBC’s lunchtime news. She has achieved it by putting work before friends, family, and her now ex-husband. So, when someone threatens to take her dream job away, she’ll do almost anything to keep it.She is asked to cover a murder in the sleepy countryside village Blackdown, where she grew up but feels reluctant to go. The victim is found to be one of Anna's school friends and now she can't leave because she isn’t just covering the story, she’s at the centre of it.DCI Jack Harper left London and never dreamt that he would end up investigating a murder in sleepy Blackdown. When Jack arrives at the murder scene he recognises the victim but decides not to tell anyone until he begins to realise he is a suspect in his own murder investigation.This is a fast paced novel with the story been told from the his and hers viewpoints of Jack and Anna. One of them is lying and the twists and turns will keep you changing your minds throughout the book.I would like to thank both Net Galley and HQ for supplying a copy of this novel in exchange for an honest review.
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  • Cheryl
    January 1, 1970
    His and Hers is a novel narrated in turns by Anna Andrews, a news presenter and borderline alcoholic, and DCI Jack Harper, Anna's ex husband and the lead on a murder in a small town. Anna is initially sent to report on the murder, but soon realises she knows the woman who was murdered, and that she may be involved. And Jack is initially excited to be dealing with a real crime for a change - until he realises the body is that of the woman he was sleeping with, and that he was the last one to see His and Hers is a novel narrated in turns by Anna Andrews, a news presenter and borderline alcoholic, and DCI Jack Harper, Anna's ex husband and the lead on a murder in a small town. Anna is initially sent to report on the murder, but soon realises she knows the woman who was murdered, and that she may be involved. And Jack is initially excited to be dealing with a real crime for a change - until he realises the body is that of the woman he was sleeping with, and that he was the last one to see her alive...I loved the dual narration, and the difference in perspectives between the two characters - it lent such a realism to both the characters and the story. There are more twists and turns that you could shake a stick it, and each time I thought I had it figured out, I was flummoxed by the next twist. The novel is cleverly plotted and very engaging - I didn't want to stop reading once I'd started! I also loved that the characters were so well developed - both flawed and dysfunctional, but yet somehow I found myself rooting for them. Alice Feeney has created yet another thrilling read with 'His and Hers', and I will definitely be recommending this one to my book club. Thank you to Netgalley,who provided me with a free ARC copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
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  • LeTresa Payne
    January 1, 1970
    I will rate His & Hers by Alice Feeney 5/5 stars! I would give this book more stars and a higher rating if I could. Holy smokes! This was one heck of a read! From the beginning Alice Feeney kept me guessing who the serial killer in the small town of Blackdown could be. The way the author weaves a story by adding bits and pieces of clues here and there is remarkable. This is the second book that I have read by her, the first being the hard to put down Sometimes I Lie and I must say, the I will rate His & Hers by Alice Feeney 5/5 stars! I would give this book more stars and a higher rating if I could. Holy smokes! This was one heck of a read! From the beginning Alice Feeney kept me guessing who the serial killer in the small town of Blackdown could be. The way the author weaves a story by adding bits and pieces of clues here and there is remarkable. This is the second book that I have read by her, the first being the hard to put down Sometimes I Lie and I must say, the author exceeding my expectations with her latest book. The story is told from three different POV: Anna Andrews, a TV news reporter/journalist, Jack Harper, Detective Chief Inspector of the sleepy little village of Blackdown, and a mysterious third person who honestly could actually be Jack, Anna, both of them, or someone entirely different. Anna returns to Blackdown on her birthday, the day she was demoted from her anchor position and the next day wakes up to discover that one of her childhood friends has been murdered. Anna remembers being in Blackdown the night before, but due to her constant desire and love of the "drink", her memory is hazy. She's scared she may have something to do with the murder. Jack is awakened out of his slumber the morning that a body is discovered in the woods and he springs into action. Upon reaching the murder scene, he is dismayed to discover that he knows the victim all too well. In fact, he was just with them hours before. He starts second guessing himself and wondering if he is a suspect in his own murder investigation. As to not incriminate himself, he opts not to tell his team of detectives that he knows the victim. When Anna shows up at the murder scene with a cameraman on handy to report the first murder in the small village of Blackdown in years, she is in for the surprise of her life when she sees that Jack is investigating the case. The victim is one of the many puzzle pieces that link the two of them together. The past has a funny way of showing up and haunting you, even though you tried to bury it twenty years ago. What I enjoyed about this book:What wasn't there to enjoy? I love psychological thrillers and this is the first book in a very long that keeps me in suspense and wondering who the culprit could be. I tried guessing several times and every time I believed I had pinpointed the murderer I was wrong. Dead wrong (LOL, pun thrown in there). I loved the ending and how the author was able to keep everything about the murderer under wraps until the very end. I loved, loved, loved (I cannot stress that enough) Anna's childhood flashbacks. There was so much more than meets the eye with this character. So many secrets hidden under her perfectly polished, outward surface. The author did a phenomenal job on cluing the reader in on how Anna was tied to the first victim and all of the victim's that followed. I was hooked on every single word. Some parts were so juicy that I had to go back and reread them more than once.Reading about Jack's guilt from an unfortunate incident that occurred in the past provided a lot of understanding about why and how he became the man he is today. It was a little bothersome to see his connection with the first victim, especially after realizing his connection to Anna, but hey its a part of life and these situations, unfortunately, do occur in real life. Alice Feeney really knows how to mess with a reader's head. That was one thing that I enjoyed about her debut book Sometimes I Lie. I was eager to read this latest installment of her work. What I thought to believe was the truth, in reality, was far from it. Kudos to the author for knowing just how to keep a reader in awe and suspense.What I didn't enjoy about this book:I am a cat person. Matter of fact, cats are my favorite animal and the cruelty to animals portion of the book upset me a little, but it did not take away from the book. It just provided more insight into how despicably evil one of the characters was. Oh, it made me despise that individual with a passion even more. I will most definitely recommend this book to others. I am so thrilled that I was awarded the chance to read and review this phenomenal work. Thank you to NetGalley, the publisher and the author for allowing me to read this book in exchange for an honest and unbiased review.
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  • Lynn McCrum
    January 1, 1970
    Alice Feeney is fast becoming one of my favourite authors. The way she manages to draw you in from her opening lines right through the twists and turns to the closing sentence - wow! This is most definitely a roller coaster and you will be thinking you know the who, what and why and then a curve ball hits you.Anna is a news presenter for the BBC. Jack is a detective in the Police Force. When a body is discovered in the woods of a sleepy town, circumstances lead Anna to pack up and head down Alice Feeney is fast becoming one of my favourite authors. The way she manages to draw you in from her opening lines right through the twists and turns to the closing sentence - wow! This is most definitely a roller coaster and you will be thinking you know the who, what and why and then a curve ball hits you.Anna is a news presenter for the BBC. Jack is a detective in the Police Force. When a body is discovered in the woods of a sleepy town, circumstances lead Anna to pack up and head down there. Jack is the lead detective on the case. Thrown into the mix is that the murder victim is someone they both knew. Does one of them know more than they are letting on? Told from the perspective of both of them the story unfolds and you won’t be able to put the book down as you try to ‘solve’ the case.Another fantastic book by Alice Feeney. I raced through this book and kept coming up with theories as to what I thought had happened/was going to happen and then kept changing my mind. Clear your diary, get comfortable and let the reading commence. A solid five star read.Thanks to Netgalley and the publisher for an advanced read copy of this book in exchange for an honest and unbiased review.
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  • AtomicBooks
    January 1, 1970
    His and HersI am a fan of Alice Feeney’s books and was really excited to get an advanced copy of this book from NetGalley and HQ. Thankfully I wasn’t disappointed.As the saying goes there are two sides to every story which is the premise of this book, His and Hers, which means someone is always lying... A body is found in Blackdown Villagw and DCI Harper is sent to investigate. It’s not long before his ex-wife Anna Andrews arrives to report live from the scene for BBC news. Jack starts to His and HersI am a fan of Alice Feeney’s books and was really excited to get an advanced copy of this book from NetGalley and HQ. Thankfully I wasn’t disappointed.As the saying goes there are two sides to every story which is the premise of this book, His and Hers, which means someone is always lying... A body is found in Blackdown Villagw and DCI Harper is sent to investigate. It’s not long before his ex-wife Anna Andrews arrives to report live from the scene for BBC news. Jack starts to suspect that his wife is somehow involved until he suddenly realises he is being setup as a suspect in his own murder investigation. This is a great book and when you’re reading it you get a real sense of impending doom as the story goes on. I have to say I didn’t like any of the characters in this book but that just goes to show how perfectly they were written as you really believe that anyone and everyone is guilty! The book is well paced with a number of well timed twists with a great ending.
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  • Nicola
    January 1, 1970
    Kill them all... I was hooked from the opening chapter of this book and couldn't put it down until I'd reached the end. His and Hers tells the story of Anna (journalist) and Jack (detective). Anna is portrayed as an intriguing, troubled character from the start. Someone who is keeping up appearances despite her alcohol problem. Jack is also an interesting character and it's clear both have a story to tell about the past. Then a woman turns up dead and their lives collide..I thought the plot was Kill them all... I was hooked from the opening chapter of this book and couldn't put it down until I'd reached the end. His and Hers tells the story of Anna (journalist) and Jack (detective). Anna is portrayed as an intriguing, troubled character from the start. Someone who is keeping up appearances despite her alcohol problem. Jack is also an interesting character and it's clear both have a story to tell about the past. Then a woman turns up dead and their lives collide..I thought the plot was brilliantly executed. I particularly liked the way the character dilemmas build up around the plot and as the story gets more twisty, the characters get more and more drawn in and the tension about what they have to face up to becomes almost unbearable to read. The threats of the plot are woven together in a really clever way and the characters are intimately connected with it. Meanwhile I was constantly questioning who might be the killer as a cast of suspects are lined up.The ending took me by surprise - I didn't guess. I absolutely loved this book. Five stars and more.
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  • AtomicBooks
    January 1, 1970
    I am a fan of Alice Feeney’s books and was really excited to get an advanced copy of this book from NetGalley and HQ. Thankfully I wasn’t disappointed.As the saying goes there are two sides to every story which is the premise of this book, His and Hers, which means someone is always lying... A body is found in Blackdown Villagw and DCI Harper is sent to investigate. It’s not long before his ex-wife Anna Andrews arrives to report live from the scene for BBC news. Jack starts to suspect that his I am a fan of Alice Feeney’s books and was really excited to get an advanced copy of this book from NetGalley and HQ. Thankfully I wasn’t disappointed.As the saying goes there are two sides to every story which is the premise of this book, His and Hers, which means someone is always lying... A body is found in Blackdown Villagw and DCI Harper is sent to investigate. It’s not long before his ex-wife Anna Andrews arrives to report live from the scene for BBC news. Jack starts to suspect that his wife is somehow involved until he suddenly realises he is being setup as a suspect in his own murder investigation. This is a great book and when you’re reading it you get a real sense of impending doom as the story goes on. I have to say I didn’t like any of the characters in this book but that just goes to show how perfectly they were written as you really believe that anyone and everyone is guilty! The book is well paced with a number of well timed twists with a great ending.
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  • Johnna Whetstone
    January 1, 1970
    Wow! Once again Feeney has captured my attention, like super glue, holding from the first page until the final one. Full of spine tingling chills, whiplash inducing twists and turns, and gasp worthy shocks! An intriguing tale with so many hidden layers, you will easily be emerged in. Alice Feeney is definitely the queen of suspense, with her deliciously dark tales, and HIS & HERS only seals this fate! Highly, highly recommend this unputdownable, with tension so high you can actually cut, Wow! Once again Feeney has captured my attention, like super glue, holding from the first page until the final one. Full of spine tingling chills, whiplash inducing twists and turns, and gasp worthy shocks! An intriguing tale with so many hidden layers, you will easily be emerged in. Alice Feeney is definitely the queen of suspense, with her deliciously dark tales, and HIS & HERS only seals this fate! Highly, highly recommend this unputdownable, with tension so high you can actually cut, deceitful tale of shocking twists! Grab your copy on preorder today, you’ll want it when it is available, but prepare for doing nothing until you have taken in the final pages, and finally got your heart rate normal and breathing under control! I will make sure I buzz this up on different platforms! A must for Feeney fans, and thriller fans alike!
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  • Emily
    January 1, 1970
    What. A. Book! This is an exciting, twisty thriller of a book and I looked forward to picking it up every single time. The author kept me on my toes throughout and when I thought I'd got a sense of what was going to happen 2/3 through the book, she surprised me yet again. The plot and characters are so incredibly rich and well developed and I really enjoyed the alternating chapters between Jack and Anna. There's no doubt that this book touches on some incredibly dark and uncomfortable subjects What. A. Book! This is an exciting, twisty thriller of a book and I looked forward to picking it up every single time. The author kept me on my toes throughout and when I thought I'd got a sense of what was going to happen 2/3 through the book, she surprised me yet again. The plot and characters are so incredibly rich and well developed and I really enjoyed the alternating chapters between Jack and Anna. There's no doubt that this book touches on some incredibly dark and uncomfortable subjects but these all played a role in the overarching story rather than being there 'just because.' I've given the 4/5 stars as I was personally unconvinced by the final twist and felt it wasn't entirely necessary as well as unrealistic. However I will most definitely be recommending this to other thriller lovers.Thanks NetGalley for my ARC of this title.
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  • Morag Murray
    January 1, 1970
    His and Hers’ is a thoroughly entertaining read. A gratifyingly fast paced psychological thriller.The ‘hers’ narrative relates to newsreader, Anna, and the ‘his’ the detective, Jack. That the narrative of these characters intersect at a murder scene may sound like a storyline that’s been done to death (pardon the pun!) but not so, we quickly learn that darker forces have brought these 2 together, and the murder that has United then is a little too close to home for them both! Such a great story His and Hers’ is a thoroughly entertaining read. A gratifyingly fast paced psychological thriller.The ‘hers’ narrative relates to newsreader, Anna, and the ‘his’ the detective, Jack. That the narrative of these characters intersect at a murder scene may sound like a storyline that’s been done to death (pardon the pun!) but not so, we quickly learn that darker forces have brought these 2 together, and the murder that has United then is a little too close to home for them both! Such a great story but struggling to say more without inadvertently dropping spoilers! Highly recommended though, easily 5 stars. My thanks to Netgalley, author and publisher for an advance copy of this work in exchange for an honest review.
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  • Louise
    January 1, 1970
    2.5 starsSome people are going to love this.Unfortunately I'm not one of them.It suffered from too many twists in the story for my liking,so I almost had a "what now?" Going through my head the whole time.
  • Helen Avery
    January 1, 1970
    Easy to read but a little predictable.
  • Dancingsocks
    January 1, 1970
    Well that was a twisty little number. Very pacey. Was a bit frustrated to arrive at my station with only 20 pages to go.I'm not going to ruin anyone's read!
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