I did enjoy all three, but my favourite was probably the first, in which we meet a young inmate accused of murder who is being interviewed, in prison, by a journalist. All is not as it seems though and as her story unravels, we are given little snippets that allow us to draw conclusions; not always the correct ones. This was an enjoyable read.
The second story focuses on two adult sisters who, after suffered years of abuse at the hands of their Father when they were young. When they realise there may actually be more to their Mother walking out on them when they were just children, than they had been led to believe, all hell breaks loose. This was a well-constructed story.
The final story was very different to the first two. It focused on a young man's internal demons. I enjoyed the change of pace.
All in all, a nice, little collection of three tales. Some editing issues, but nothing that couldn't be fixed very quickly and they didn't detract from my enjoyment of the book. A good read if you like suspenseful, mystery/horror stories. A solid four-star effort from Wolfenden.
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