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Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on March 29, 2020
This book showed promise as it started off really exciting when main character Brigit opens the boot of her husband's car and discovers a body wrapped up in a tartan blanket. The corpse is that of a woman she saw leaving her husband's office late at night. Without proper proof or even discussing what she has discovered she proceeds to drive around in his car, park the car for an entire day at a hospital while visiting her mother who has fallen and requires hip surgery. Thereafter she goes home and to bed deciding to address the matter in the morning. When she looks in the boot the following morning the body has disappeared and the only evidence that the body was there is a single long, dark hair and thus begins the rather bizarre story of whodunnit.
Utterly ridiculous was the decision by Bridget to play detective in the dead woman's home and without wanting to include spoilers, the ending was implausible. 3 stars.