#BlogBlitz #BookReview for Don’t Let Me In by Phil Kurthausen #DontLetMeIn @bloodhoundbook @philkurthausen

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How do you escape when you’ve set your own trap?

From behind the locked door of her home, Sarah broadcasts her popular podcast. When she starts to  seek the truth about the murder of a teenage girl 12 years earlier, she soon finds herself the centre of unwanted attention.

While trying to manage her agoraphobia, as well as the online trolls and her family life, Sarah begins to uncover some uncomfortable facts relating to the cold case.

As she edges closer to accusing someone of the murder, the online threats soon become physical and as the outside world draws closer and closer to her front door threatening her home, her family and her life, Sarah must decide between fight or flight…



I was intrigued by the blurb for this book and the cover completely drew me in and I couldn’t wait to get started!

I thought that the main characters for the book were well developed and they worked really well with the plot line.  Sarah is a superb character and I really warmed to her.

The book had a well planned plot line and I thought that the suspense the author built up was great, I was reading the book much faster towards the end as I had to see how everything would end.

Four stars from me for this one – I really enjoyed it!

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Phil Kurthausen is the best selling author of the Erasmus Jones series of novels and the terrifying new psychological thriller, Don’t let me in.

Phil Kurthausen 2.jpgHe has travelled the world working as a flower salesman, a lawyer and, though scared of heights, helped to paint Sydney Harbour Bridge. Ken Dodd once put him in a headlock for being annoying. He currently lives with his wife in Barcelona

He has published award nominated short stories and his novel ‘The Silent Pool’ won the Thriller Round in the Harper Collins People’s Novelist Competition broadcast on ITV in November 2011 and he later appeared in the final. The Silent Pool was shortlisted for the Dundee International Literary Prize in 2012 and the second novel in the Erasmus Jones series, Sudden Death was a commercial and critical success. He has broadcast short works on BBC Radio 4 extra and written TV and Film screenplays.


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