Welcome to my stop on the blog tour Mummy’s Boy by JA Andrews! Thanks to Book On The Bright Side for my spot on the tour! Check out my review and let me know what you think in the comments!
No one can love a son like his mother…
Patricia Mullner is trapped in a nightmare no parent should ever experience. Three years ago, 17-year-old son Andrew vanished without trace. There was no note, no goodbye and no body has ever been found, and now her days are spent in a fog of heartache and alcohol, crying to husband Thomas about their lost boy.
But Patricia is more than just a grieving mother, and as Andrew’s disappearance starts to unravel the perfect family she’s built with Thomas, it seems that the actions of her past may be back to haunt her.
Because someone is watching from the shadows – someone who knows exactly what Patricia is hiding. Someone who will stop at nothing to take revenge – and might just hold the key to Andrew’s disappearance…
An absolutely gripping psychological thriller with a shocking twist in the tale. Readers of My Lovely Wife, KL Slater and B.A. Paris will not be able to put this one down.
JA Andrews has written a suspenseful mystery with an atmosphere of dread that sucked me right in. I read this in one sitting and let me just say, this deserves all 5 stars. There wasn’t a moment that I wasn’t on the edge of my seat.
Subtle hints and clues throughout, I was able to guess the mystery, but that didn’t even bother me. JA Andrews’ writing is just brilliant. It’s atmospheric and it delivers the punch you’re hoping for in a novel like this.
I’m looking forward to reading more from this author. Highly recommended.
*I received a free copy of this book from BOTBS Publicity in exchange for an honest review on the blog tour. All opinions are my own and unbiased.*
JA Andrews is an author of dark psychological thrillers with books published by Hera. Mummy’s Boy, the 2020 debut, is available to pre-order now before release on April 1st 2020.
Also a member of the Crime Writers Association, and can be found online in a few places:
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