Publication Date: Atria Books(January 24, 2017)
eBook ISBN: 978-1-5011-1569-1
Disclaimer: This book was received from Netgalley for free for my unbiased opinion.
Update to my review: I have given this book five stars on Goodreads but barely. There were some loose ends I needed for the author to quickly tie up. But do you know what I realize?
I realized fairly quickly that the events which occurred in Fatal, created experiences for each character. Experiences which led further into the darkening plot. The terrorism attack, the dinner party, even some of the dialogue between Detective Beth and the ME(Medical Examiner)- all for a reason.
I hope you pick up this book and I’d love for you to discuss it in the comment section below!
Fatal is about the rippling, crippling effect of infidelity and how those damaging ripples can be- well, fatal.
Kate Jameson seems to have the perfect marriage and wonderful children.
One day, she and her husband are invited to a dinner party where she meets Peter who is also married and suddenly Kate can’t get him out of her mind. She becomes fixated with wanting to sleep with him.
It’s like everything you thought you knew about people was a lie. (Fatal, 2017 eBook)
The consequences literally break hell loose and now Beth along with her partner Ike, is sent on a goose chase involving murderous plots and the cost of marital discords.
This book was amazing. John Lescroart weaves a legal thriller like no other and left a bombshell of smoke in his creative wake.
Fatal’s strengths as a novel stands on the suspenseful plot twists, the tenacious, tactful, Beth Tully, and the resounding clear message that one night can destroy several lives.
I highly recommend this one!