Welcome to my spot on the tour for Instincts by Catherine Haworth. Thank you to Zooloo’s Book Tours for the spot on the tour. Read on for more info and my review
They say the devil’s in the details… And I say, I most certainly am.
After a near miss with a serial killer on a night out with her best friend Holly, Fae Wright found herself with a starring role in Holly’s subsequent bestselling memoir.
Now Fae has been unexpectedly hired by the Metropolitan Police to help solve the unsolvable. A string of murders across England are linked but what is the common thread?
With bodies piling up and constantly more questions than answers, Fae strives to connect the dots. Holly wrote all about Fae’s psychic instincts, so maybe she really does have the best chance of catching the killer.
But someone is watching Fae very closely, and there may be more to this than Fae could ever have imagined…
Who doesn’t love picking up a book by a new-to-you-author and devouring it in one day?
Instincts by Catherine Haworth was such a good read. I’m thorough impressed! The writing is so wonderful. The different viewpoints made the story feel more well rounded, too. .
This is fast-paced a full of twists and turns. It was impossible to put down. I just needed to find out who the villain was, and how it would all come together. I was not disappointed in the least.
Highly recommend this one!!
Thank you to Zooloo’s Book Tours for the review copy and the opportunity to honestly review this book on the tour. All opinions are my own and unbiased.
Catherine Haworth is a qualified solicitor but has always dreamed of being an author.
After completing her Law courses in Manchester, Catherine studied English Literature before then going on to qualify as a solicitor. Although she specialises in Intellectual Property Law, she has always maintained an interest in the criminal which has seeped into her fiction writing.
She has lived in multiple places around England but has settled in Derbyshire where she lives with her husband.
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