Imposter: An Ash Park Novel (Volume 7) by Meghan O’Flynn – Review by Karyn Taylor

Imposter (Ash Park, #7)Imposter by Meghan O’Flynn
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Imposter is the 7th book in the Ash Park crime thriller series by Meghan O’Flynn. It is the first time I had read any of this author’s work. I used to read a lot in this genre but had neglected it recently. The blurb of this book had me intrigued so I decided to give it a go. What I got was a fantastically well written crime thriller that had me gripped from the very beginning and kept it’s hooks in tight right up to the very end.
In this book Ed Petrosky starts with dealing with the suicide of Gregory Boyle, a teenage boy who had previously been kidnapped for 5 years and had returned home 2 years previously. What transpired from this was an intricate tale of murder, fraud, intrigue, kidnapping and so much more.
As well as dealing with this case, it is approaching the birthday of Ed’s daughter who had been murdered previously and this case is bringing back so many memories of his dead daughter. Ed had hit the bottle hard after his daughter’s death and in this book we see him fight the demon of drink calling out to him at every opportunity.
This book is fast paced and flows very well. Just when you think you have worked out what is going on, the author throws a massive curveball and the story goes in a different direction, keeping you on your toes.
I’m so glad that I chose to read this book as it’s given me a thirst for reading more in this genre.

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