Mrs John Doe – Tom Savage

Mrs John Doe

ISBN-10 1539095185

ISBN-13 978-1539095187

Author Tom Savage

Publisher CreateSpace Independent Publishing

I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for my honest review

From Goodreads

Nora Baron’s life is perfect. She lives on Long Island Sound, teaches acting at a local university, and has a loving family. Then one phone call changes everything. She’s informed that her husband, Jeff, has died in a car crash while on a business trip in England. Nora flies to London to identify the body, which the police have listed as a “John Doe.” When she leaves the morgue, a man tries to steal her purse containing Jeff’s personal effects. Clearly, all is not as it seems.

At her hotel, Nora receives a cryptic message that leaves her with more questions than answers. She follows the message’s instructions to France, where a fatal encounter transforms her into a fugitive. Wanted for murder, on the run in a shadowy landscape of lies, secrets, and sudden violence, Mrs. “John Doe” must play the role of a lifetime to stay one step ahead of a ruthless enemy with deadly plans for her—and for the world.

What did I think? 

Tom Savage has created a brilliant book with Mrs. John Doe. I think Savage has been incredibly clever with the way he has written this book and you can tell that it has been planned to perfection.

The twists that Savage has incorporated in to this novel are pure genius and it is a mystery book through and through. You are constantly kept guessing right from the offset and that momentum doesn’t falter the whole way through.

I was really impressed with how Savage managed to bring in so many different areas of England, a long with France and America. He must have carried out a lot of research on all three countries which I felt really showed in his work.

I would definitely recommend this book to anyone who wants a genuine cliffhanger book from start to finish. You won’t be disappointed.

My Rating? ♥♥♥♥

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