This book perfectly falls under the “nothing is as it seems” category. There are 3 things I loved about A Stranger On The Beach:
1) The accounts given by the Woman and the Stranger – concerning what happened on that bloody night, are ridiculously different! Who is telling the truth? Who is the talented liar?
2) The author is low-key dropping clever clues along the way that make the ending make complete sense. But what I really really loved was…
3) The use of the setting, the weather and the well-crafted characters’ twisted minds in order to create perfect action-packed suspense.
***Thank you to St. Martin’s Press for providing me with a copy of this book through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review***