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Book Review

The Resting Place

By: Camilla Sten

Eleanor has prosopagnosia, which means she cannot recognize people’s faces. This proves particularly troublesome when she comes face-to-face with her grandmother’s (murderer and cannot identify the killer. It turns out that her grandmother, Vivianne, has left a secret mansion in the forests of Sweden to her. Eleanor, her boyfriend Sebastian, her aunt Viktoria and the estate lawyer visit the house to catalogue the property. The visit turns into a nightmare when Eleanor begins seeing and hearing things that none of the other guests seem to be aware of. As Eleanor searches the house and property, she uncovers secrets and mysteries that have been hidden away for half a century.

This book was very well written and is a suspenseful page-turner. If you enjoy a good mystery and love creepy old houses (like I do), you’ll love this book.

I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book in exchange for an honest review from NetGalley. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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