The Hand That Feeds You
Simon and Schuster
July 7, 2015
This book was the brain child of Katherine Rich who herself was victimized. She never got past the first chapter as she died of Breast Cancer. Two of her best friends decided to tell her story and that is how "The hand that feeds you" was born. Click the link below to read her story.
Adrenaline junkies rejoice. This psychological thriller is just for you. The book is so intense that you would want to finish it in one sitting. I don't want to give a lot away so will write a short review.
Morgan, a thirty year old psychology student comes home to find that her fiancée, Bennett is dead. His body is covered with jagged marks which make her dogs the culprit. Once she regains senses, she decides to inform his family only to find out that he is not who he claimed to be. She decides to dig deeper with the help of her brother to find out his true identity only to find more twists. Also for some reason death follows her everywhere she goes.
Who was Bennett? Who killed him? Was it Morgan's dogs? She was a psychology student, could she be a victim in this case?
The book is very fast paced and gripping. It comes with its fair share of issues and predictability but that does not affect the story at all and the end is totally satisfying. I would highly recommend it to any one looking for a tight plot, fast moving action and a fresh psychological thriller.