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I enjoyed the storyline that Tessa‘s character provided for a several reasons - first, there’s almost a meta-feeling in reading a book about the investigative work that Tessa did in the book. Then, I enjoyed the physical reactions I got when reading Maxwell’s descriptions of what Tessa was experiencing. I could literally feel my stomach drop during many parts of this story and I loved every instance. It was thrilling to read and masterfully written - I was completely engrossed.
The storyline involving the caretakers at the family home was equally gripping because of the spooky descriptions of the happenings at the home. This book definitely has a gothic feeling to it. There was not one instance in which I was bored or felt like a character was not being utilized. Al the characters were fleshed our and complex - providing the forefront to a rich story. The Caretakers got and kept my attention from beginning to end. Once I thought I could guess what would happen next, there was a twist I didn’t see coming right at me.
Readers of heavier mysteries (non cozy-ness here) and thrillers will definitely be enjoying The Caretakers!
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