2016 · Book review · Netgalley

When She Was Bad by Tammy Cohen

When She Was BadDescription – You see the people you work with every day.

But what can’t you see?

Amira, Sarah, Paula, Ewan and Charlie have worked together for years – they know how each one likes their coffee, whose love life is a mess, whose children keep them up at night. But their comfortable routine life is suddenly shattered when an aggressive new boss walks in ….

Now, there’s something chilling in the air.

Who secretly hates everyone?

Who is tortured by their past?

Who is capable of murder?

Publication Date ~ April 21st 2016

Published By ~ Black Swan

My thoughts – Tammy Cohen knows how to write a psychological thriller that gets under your skin and keeps you turning the pages and this is just what When She Was Bad did to me.

There are a lot of characters in this book to get your head around but the way it is written it is quite easy to follow who is who, what’s not so easy is figuring out who has done what and that’s what made this a brilliant book. Every time I thought I’d guessed, I’d get to the next chapter and find out I was wrong.

Set in an office, reading along I felt like I was actually reading about real people. Having never actually worked in an office this is how I thought an office would be, maybe not so much the thriller part of it though. Tammy Cohen has a way of getting you so engrossed in the story you lose track of time and everything you have planned goes out the window.

A fabulous story that was gripping from the start and sends shivers down your spine.

Thanks to Netgalley and the publishers for a copy in exchange for an honest review.

My Rating ~ 4/5

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