Poorly written! by the halfway point you just don't know what is going on it is so messy and at that point I don't care anymore! Maybe it got better but I don't waste my time if a book can't deliver in 100 pages and this one doesn't!
*** Blog Tour with author Q&A ***
Only one train ride â the 7:45 â features in this book, and only two confessions. Starting with that, Confessions on the 7:45 by Lisa Unger takes you on a ride through disappearances and murders and a family drama that ties it all together. In the middle of affairs, violence, and murder, the characters seem real. That keeps me turning the pages to find out what happens. No disclaimer but I love the ending!
Read my complete review at http://www.memoriesfrombooks.com/2020/10/confessions-on-745.html
Reviewed for NetGalley and the Fall 2020 mystery/thriller blog tour from Harlequin Trade Publishing.