Brand new review: The Passenger by Lisa Lutz

I intend to take the reviewer’s advice and skip this one. The sad part is that the plot sounds good, but the follow through poor. That is a sad blight for any author.

The Write Edge Bookshelf

By Ekta R. Garg

Genre: Thriller

Rating: Bypass it

When a woman’s husband dies under suspicious circumstances, she doesn’t stick around to offer the police any answers. Instead she runs, knowing she needs to stay away from the law. An incident from her past sent her into hiding; her husband’s death compels her to stay there. Before she knows it, however, she finds herself heading back to her hometown where she’ll need to face tough questions. Author Lisa Lutz offers readers the promise of a thriller but doesn’t deliver on that promise in the almost farcical novel The Passenger.

The day Tanya Dubois finds her husband dead at the bottom of the stairs, she knows she doesn’t have a choice. She has to leave town. Once the police arrive, they’ll start asking her questions and she has no solid proof to offer them that she didn’t kill her husband. All…

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