Someone to Save You by Paul Pilkington
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Fifteen years ago, Sam Becker’s sister was killed, a tragedy that haunts him to this day—particularly as his best friend, Marcus, was jailed for her murder. Driving home from the bittersweet celebration of what would have been her thirtieth birthday, Sam is confronted with a terrifying scene, and has just moments to try to save four lives. In the aftermath of this chilling drama, he is hailed as a hero by the press—but to the investigating police, things do not add up. Sam finds himself drawn into a conspiracy of lies and organised crime that puts his own life in danger.
A good solid crime thriller that does what it says on the tin. This was an engrossing read, with a brilliant opening scenario and a solid plot, twisting and turning its way to the end.
I received a review copy of this novel via Netgalley.
Someone to Save You is available from Amazon here.