Nine Lives by Peter Swanson
Nine strangers receive a list with their names on it. FBI Agent Jessica Winslow is one of the people on the list. None of the nine people know or have ever met the others on the list.
What is it that connects these nine people?
And why have they been marked for death?
Everyone on the list dismisses it as junk mail until the murders start.
Then, one of them is murdered.
And then another.
Alarm bells start to ring.
Jessica Winslow, who is on the list herself, is determined to discover how the names are connected.
A hired killer receives an offer he can’t refuse halfway through the novel. Is he doing all the killings, or are there others involved?
Nine Lives pays homage to the Agatha Christie classic ‘and then there were none’
The story will keep you guessing until the end when it is neatly tied up with a deathbed confession.
I read this book in a matter of hours because it is unputdownable.
Review of Nine Lives by Andrew R Williams Five Stars from me *****
Author of The Tipham Trilogy and the Arcadia’s Children Series
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