'How far would you go...

Gina Mills is desperate to be a newsreader, but her boss - the director of the struggling Channel Eight, won't help.

Walking home one night, Gina stumbles upon a dead body, and after calling the police, she makes the split-second decision to report the murder live.

When questioned by the police, Gina can't remember specific details about her discovery, but these memory gaps are explained away as shock.

...to uncover your family's deadly secret?

But when Gina finds a second body, it's clear she's being targeted. But why?

And how is this connected to the death of Gina's younger sister so many years ago?'

This was an intriguing read.

I was really excited going into this book and it definitely lived up to my expectations.

I will admit it took me a few chapters to fully get into, but once I was engaged in the story I didn't want to put it down. The characters kept me entertained and the plot kept me turning the pages.

I usually don't like reading books told from multiple points of view but it really work well with this story. I really enjoyed the way we were able to see the situations from each of the main characters points of view. It added to the mystery and helped the reader build character profiles of the main players as the story unfolded.

Elle Croft did a fantastic job with the writing in this book. The pacing was absolutely perfect. It drew you in when you needed to pay extra attention and sped up when you need to be on edge. This kind of writing really captivated me and kept me on the edge of my seat.

I am so glad I read this book and I have already recommended it to everyone I know.

The Other Sister by Elle Croft is an intriguingly creepy read that will stay with you long after the final page.

Published by Geramie Kate Barker