Thursday, September 14, 2023

✱✱Book Review✱✱ Release Blitz: Death Isn't Enough by Mariëtte Whitcomb

Title: Death Isn’t Enough
Series: Death Trilogy Book 1
Author: Mariëtte Whitcomb
Genre: Psychological Thriller
Cover Design: Jabber Media
Release Date: September 13, 2023





Noa Morgan worked hard to put the past and Emily behind her. Not that she remembers much about the forty days she spent in captivity.

When Noa realises she is being stalked, she knows it’s him. Despite everything she’s done, he’s found her. And now he’s killing innocent women, leaving an item at each crime scene still vivid in her memory.

With the body count rising, Noa can no longer hide the truth from her new friends. Not if she wants to keep them alive.

The worst part is … that Emily died for nothing.

 

Momma says: 4 stars⭐⭐⭐⭐
Death Isn't Enough is one of those books that pulls you in a little at a time until you're completely caught up in the characters and everything they're going through. Honestly, I worried about this one for a hot minute when it felt like a slow start, but it built steadily until I was reading late into the night. I couldn't even pinpoint the exact point when the story grabbed hold, but grab hold it did. The characters are well-drawn, and the twists and turns of the story kept me guessing. It's dark, gritty, and chilling, and it's a book I won't soon forget. If you enjoy twisty thrillers, I'd certainly recommend this one. 






Mariëtte Whitcomb studied Criminology and Psychology at the University of Pretoria. An avid reader of psychological thrillers and true crime books, writing allows her to pursue her childhood dream to hunt criminals, albeit fictional and born in the darkest corners of her imagination.

When Mariëtte isn't writing, she reads or spends time with her family, friends, and her two the miniature schnauzers.



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