#BlogBlitz #Review ~ The Puppet Master by Abigail Osborne @Abigail_Author @Bloodhoundbook

Billie is hiding from the world in fear of a man who nearly destroyed her. But a chance meeting with budding journalist, Adam, sparks a relationship that could free her from her life of isolation and fear.

Unbeknown to Billie, Adam knows exactly who Billie is and is determined to expose her and get justice for the lives he believes she has ruined. But first, he needs to convince her to open up to him. As an unwanted attraction blossoms between them, Adam comes to realise that all is not as it seems.

Who is really pulling the strings? And are Adam and Billie both being played?

One thing is for sure, The Master wants his puppets back – and he’ll do anything to keep them.

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About the Author

Abigail is originally from the Lake District but moved to the West Midlands for University where she completed an English Literature & History degree and also met her husband. She is a passionate reader and has an unsustainable collection of books. This obsession with books has led to her creating her own Dewey decimal system and she has been known to issue fines to family and friends if her book is not returned on time. ‘The Puppet Master‘ is Abigail’s debut novel and has unleashed a passion for writing. When not writing or reading Abigail is usually playing her violin or hiding from her much too energetic cats. She also works as a Needs Assessor for disabled university students in the West Midlands.
My Review
 
 The Puppet Master is quite chilling in an ‘omg, that could happen’ kind of way. Billie keeps herself to herself, I liked her as soon as I realised her favourite pastime is sitting in the bookstore/cafe people watching .. a girl after my own heart.
It soon becomes apparent she has had a tough life.
Not one for opening up to anyone she finds herself drawn to Adam can she trust him or does he have ulterior motives? This is told from both of their view points, past and present day so gives a decent insight into why they are behaving in such a manner.
This book doesn’t shy away from taboo subjects, the drama unfolds and leaves the reader gasping in places. Who is the evil person behind all the action, there are manipulative, controlling scenes. Both Billie and Adam are fighting their own battles but just who is pulling the strings?
I read this with great interest and enjoyed trying to get into the mind of evil. While it was soon fairly obvious who the ‘baddie’ was I relished the journey of discovery.
A fabulous debut from Abigail Osborne and I sincerely hope there is more of this style to come by her. Thanks to the author, publisher and Sarah for my copy which I read and reviewed voluntarily.
 

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