Shatter by Michael Robotham

February 23, 2009 at 3:51 pm | Posted in Books, Fiction, Mosgiel, Mystery, Reviews, Thriller | Leave a comment

Joseph O’Loughlin is a clinical psychologist who is drawn in to a series of murders, believed to be suicides.

Joseph is approached by the daughter of a victims who says that her mother was afraid of heights and would never have gone onto the edge of the Clifton Suspension bridge, let alone being there naked except for her red high heeled shoes.

Joseph wants to believe the teenager… but how could a woman be driven to such a desperate act? Surely it was suicide!!!

Another great book by this author.

The story grabbed me and didn’t let go until the finish.

Reviewed by Sharon

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