Thanks to NetGalley and publisher Bookouture for the ebook ARC of The Serial Killer’s Daughter by author Lesley Welsh in exchange for an honest review.
Suzanne Tyler barely knew her father. Her mother, Joan and stepfather, Harry raised Suzanne. She has very few memories of her father growing up.
And then when Suzanne was in her twenties, her father Donald decided to visit. At the time she was trying to become an artist; living with her friend Sophie.
One day a woman named Rose Anderson contacts Suzanne, that’s the day her life changes forever. Rose tells Suzanne that her father is dead, and she wants her to have a series of his secret diaries, and other items that were in his possession.
Suzanne finds 8 mysterious photographs of women that were in his possession. She is shocked to find one of the photos is of her friend Sophie, who died ten years ago in an unexplained fire. She is wondering why Donald would have a photo of Sophie, he had only met her the one time.
Suzanne is unable to let Sophie’s memory alone, she begins digging into her father’s life despite her mother’s advice. What will Suzanne uncover in the secret diaries?
I give this book a rating of 4 stars. It was very well written and it was hard to put down. It was a page turning thriller. I highly recommend reading this book.