I have been a fan of Mel's books since reading The Estate series, and was so looking forward to reading She Did It.
Mel, has a fabulous talent of trying new styles of writing and I enjoyed her Marcie Steele novels. However I do feel that Mel has upped her game and come in to her own with this belter of a read.
I found it very difficult to put down, and loved the way the events unfolded.
I don't always like unreliable narrators, that I am not wholly taken with. However within this there was great insight in to why, and why again. I thoroughly enjoyed the setting of Tamara's working life and showed a great inner knowledge of the publishing world, without being too detailed and in your face.
I did like Tamara to a degree and just wish she had more backbone, Esther was brilliant, absolutely well cast in her role. So, although not always likeable for various reasons, she was a formidable character to get to know and invest time in reading.
A twisty, edgy read witha fascinating outcome for various reasons. It had a feeling of trepidation and angst, while reading the book I enjoyed the drip feeding we got for the characters and situations. This made for a swift page turning/swiping of a read.
I am hoping that Mel Sherratt has more of these Psychological thrillers up her sleeve, or at the end of her pen! Fantastically intricate read, which portrays the minds of the sick and twisted to perfection.