The Woman in Cabin 10 by Ruth Ware
Lo Blacklock is a journalist for a travel magazine and is assigned a piece on board a luxury cruise. While on board a crime occurs, or so she thinks. No one else can tell her anything about the incident or even the woman who is proposed dead. Lo begins her mad search for a woman no one remembers seeing and must convince herself of what she saw.
A great thriller that will keep you interested until the very end, The Woman in Cabin 10, keeps you guessing. At one point in the book, even I questioned whether Lo was mentally sound and had actually heard what she did. Known for taking anti-depressants while drinking, her colleagues do not believe her in the least. The reader also wonders whether Lo actually saw this unaccounted for woman, especially since she is dealing with being recently burgled.
From the very beginning this book grabs you and keeps you racing to get to the end. And the ending is one that I did not see coming! The Woman in Cabin 10, I’ve been told, is not as good as Ruth Ware’s first book, In a Dark, Dark Wood, so I’m excited to keep reading her novels!
For anyone who enjoys a good thriller, this is for you!