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"I WIll Make You Pay" Will Make You Read to the End ASAP
Reviewed in the United States on October 13, 2019
Teresa Driscoll's "I Will Make You Pay" is a fast-paced, heart-thumping thriller. My initial reaction to the early parts of the book was that, although it was heavy on plot, it was too thin on developing the characters, but there was method to Ms. Driscoll's madness, because exploring some of the characters in more detail would have ruined the surprises that await the sure-to-be-enthralled reader. Herself a journalist, Driscoll imbues protagonist news writer Alice with those "got to get to the bottom of this" instincts. From the beginning of the book, someone is tormenting Alice on Wednesdays. Who is the stalker? Why her? Why Wednesdays? Eventually, readers will know the answers to all three questions, but Alice will only know the answers to two of them. Alice is supported in her quest by intriguing characters, including a private detective named Matthew (my favorite character), a very pregnant police detective named Mel (Matthew's friend from his days on the force), and her family, coworkers, and boyfriend. How many people will go down before the truth comes to light? Warning: Don't pick up this book unless you have time to read to the end.