Friday, August 7, 2020

Book Review - The Woman in Cabin 10 by Ruth Ware

There in the mirror, in letters maybe six inches high, STOP DIGGING. 

The Woman in Cabin 10 by Ruth Ware had me only reading in daylight. Oooh - very creepy book and kept me guessing.

Laura Blaylock, travel writer, was fortunate to get a gig on  the launch of billionaire Richard Bullmer's Aurora cruise boat in the fjords. She mingles with other top notch reporters,  all looking for an angle. Laura is awakened one night by a splash and fears someone is overboard. But is she reliable - a  little booze, some pills, is there a woman in the next cabin (10) or is she hallucinating? The ship board detective has Laura questioning herself.

Bullmer's rich wife is on board (she's the big money behind the scenes) and she's suffering from cancer. Rumor has it he's been seen with young ladies on the side. So, what's the scoop there?

Plenty of intrigue and a lot of things that don't quite add up on this lovely cruise.  And now...where's Laura?  Her fiance, her family haven't heard from her at all.

Yikes!  That's all I can write.
Enjoy - with all of the lights on.