Book Review: The Memory Plot by D.W. Carver

2 Sep

18250003Title: The Memory Plot

Author: D.W. Carver

Genre: Suspense/Thriller

Publication Date: June 2013

Description (from Goodreads):

Two years after the car crash that killed her family, mental health counsellor Jill Garvin’s memories of the events surrounding the tragedy are beginning to resurface. And with them, a painful and ugly secret that will shatter the way Jill views her late husband. The threat of reality may be more than Jill’s fragile mind can handle. But handle it she must, because a much darker force is at work: a man who would do anything to keep her past a secret, including destroy the new family Jill has found for herself.

 

Review:

I received a free ecopy of this book for an honest review.

The Memory Plot is a suspense/thriller. If I didn’t know better, I’d think this was the second book in a series because there was so much that happened in the past.

The book is well written and, for the most part, it flows well. There were a couple times when I got a little lost.

The characters are described well. I liked the relationship between Jill and Creel as well as Jill’s relationship with Sarah. Amazingly, even though she had some serious memory problems and past psych issues, she was able develop these meaningful relationships.

There were some spots where the story got a little slow but the last quarter of the book was very suspenseful. 

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