Title: Lock Every Door
Author: Riley Sager
Published: 2019 (Dutton, Penguin Random House LLC)
Genres: Fiction, Thriller, Mystery
Sager has only written 3 books, but her books have kept me guessing every time. I first read her earlier book, Final Girls. And after reading both, her books seem promising and something like ‘wow the women in her books kick ass’. Her style intersects between Agatha Christie and Stephen King (but less horror). Both books have typically focused on the female protagonist overcoming a cataclysmic event in their past. They then turn and use their past tragedies in their current predicament to get out of the sticky or horrifying mess they were roped into. A familiar tale in female centered novels, but a good one all the less.
If you’re looking for a good thriller and mystery, Riley Sager novels are a good way to go. I finished this exciting read in two days (It would have been one if I had more free time).
I give this book a 3 out of 5!
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