My review of The Serial Killer’s Daughter by Lesley Welsh

Charmer, liar, father… Killer.   Suzanne’s life changes forever the day she receives a visit from Rose Anderson, the woman who has been living with her estranged father, Don.

Don is dead, but Rose wants Suzanne to have his possessions – including a series of intimate diaries and a mysterious collection of photographs of women.  To Suzanne’s shock, one of the photos is of her friend Sophie, who died ten years ago in an unexplained and devastating fire.   But Don only met Sophie once, on an unsettling visit he paid Suzanne just days before Sophie’s death… So why did he have a picture of her?

Unable to let Sophie’s memory alone, Suzanne begins to dig into her father’s life. What horrors is she about to unearth in his journals? And who is it that’s out there, watching her every move?

I do love a good serial killer book so was delighted to be given the opportunity to read and review this book, published by Bookouture and released by the late Lesley Welsh. I was hooked from the first few pages right through to the end as I needed to see what was going to happen.  It really is a rollercoaster ride of a book.  Just a warning that some of the language used is quite graphic along with some of the scenes described will put some readers off but if you can get past that (and it is in keeping with the story) it will definitely be a book for you. 5 stars from me for this one.  The book was released on the 14th June so you can grab your copy now.