Book Review; Murder: It’s All in Your Head by Cynthia Hilston

Synopsis;

Someone has been getting away with murder for over 100 years in the small town of Hurston, Ohio. But the wrong person has been convicted of those murders every time. In 2018, Cassie Meadows is on her way to school when a bright flash comes out of nowhere, and she wakes in millionaire Randy Davis’s body with blood on her hands…the blood of Randy’s wife, who lies in a pool of crimson in the bathtub with her throat slit. Meanwhile, an old man everyone calls Jimmy Williams raves that he’s the real Randy Davis as he lives out his days in a ward for the criminally insane. In 1914, young Helen Hawkins is unloved and repetitively abused by her father, who is also the town’s pastor. Her only escape is in her dreams, where she wakes in others’ bodies, living other lives, but when her dreams turn out to be reality, the tables are turned on her father. In a story where no one is who they seem, how can Cassie, the latest victim accused of a murder she didn’t commit, end the cycle?

My Review;

This book is like something I have never read before. It is not a typical thriller this book starts off with a girl cycling down the road as she didn’t want to stay in on prom night. She then wakes up and she is a male man who has a dead women in the bathroom. I don’t know about you but after that beginning I was gripped and couldn’t put it down. I was very impressed with how every character was developed and that ending came out of nowhere I definitely didn’t see it coming.


Thank you so much to RachelRandomResources for sending me a copy of this book

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