Book Review: Breathe and Release by Katherine Hayton

Elizabet wakes up in hospital with no memory of how she got there, she doesn’t remember her husband or step-daughter. However, in order to be discharged from hospital she needs her husband to provide care. Once home with him her memory is not triggered and Elizabet feels trapped with a man she couldn’t possibly have chosen to be with, could she? We are concurrently told of Lillian’s predicament where she has been locked up in a basement cell with limited access to water and no food. Could they both be prey of the same monster?

A very dark thriller with some blindsiding twists. This thriller pulls no punches in terms of pace but it took me a while to get used to Elizabet’s perspective and for the first half of the book I couldn’t fathom why she would put up with her husband. However, as I read on the mind that was narrating made more sense and this truly is a creepy thriller.

On the darkest side of dark psychological thrillers. This book is available to read for free to Kindle Unlimited subscribers.

Links To Book:
Amazon UK
Amazon US



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