Terri is a watcher. A silent witness to the lives of others. Robbed of her strength and mobility by a devastating disease, when she witnesses a crime so vicious it forces her to choose between her own safety and a woman she’s never met, she’ll have to untangle a web of corruption, clear her name and catch a killer before she is next to disappear.
Watcher has suspense from start to finish, which will keep the reader wanting to read on. Terri, the main character who is battling MS, is strong throughout and carries on, regardless of the obstruction her illness poses. She is often stopped in her tracks as MS gets the better of her. It is easy to sympathize with Terri and her situation as the character is written well. She has an unlikely friendship with Thomas, using her brain and his brawn they try to solve the most heinous of crimes, whilst they avoid becoming the next victims.
This book would easily have been a five star if it wasn’t for a high number of typos and spelling mistakes throughout, which is unfortunate as the story is superb. Too often I had to re-read sentences so that they would make sense.
I can't help but feel if this had been traditionally published, it would be a best seller.
I look forward to reading Jason’s other work which is Ghost Story, out in October 2019
Guest Review by: Jason Hampson, Newsletter Interview Coordinator