I audibly gasped at the first plot twist in the Last House on Needless Street. Then, there were a series of other hard turns of plot. All were completely unforeseen—at least by me. The book is definitely the work of a master craftsperson.
The plot is so great, I can’t tell you much about it. In fact, don’t even read the publisher’s blurb. It’s much better to have little to no clue before jumping into this excellent thriller. Here are the barest bones of the plot. A young girl named Lulu went missing ten years ago. Other children are also missing. Could a serial killer be responsible?
I can’t recommend the Last House on Needless Street more highly. Unfortunately, I can’t tell you why I feel that way. Just read it, I guarantee you will be as wowed by it as I am. 5 stars and a favorite!
Thanks to Tor Nightfire and NetGalley for a copy in exchange for my honest review.