Book Review #2: Masked by Norah McClintock

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This book is about the suspenseful tale of a robbery in a convenience store. All of the novels I’ve seen by Norah are crime fiction and I’ve read almost all of them I could find. This novel was by far the most suspenseful of the novels I have read by her. Another plus is that she is Canadian, so that’s another reason for showing my pride or maybe I am just bias.

I’m not going to give too much away, like previous posts of mine, but the robbery gets personal for the characters involved, Rosie, Daniel and Corey. Even at a little over a hundred pages this book is good for nice short read and satisfies your need for suspense. The showing of the different perspectives of each character is spot on. It definitely keeps you reading so you can devour it in one sitting.

My Rating
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