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The Woman in Cabin 10 by Ruth Ware

Compulsive, chilling and with a constant feeling of danger to feed your anxiety, Ruth Ware’s The Woman in Cabin 10 is a must-read thriller.

This whodunit tale channels Agatha Christie, keeping you guessing and on edge with an undertow of fast-fraying emotions.

Journalist Lo Blacklock knows a killer hides in plain sight aboard the ship Aurora Borealis, but it quickly becomes clear that her questions are a dangerous riptide for those who wade too deep.

… there is a murderer on this boat. And no one knows but me.

Covering the maiden voyage of the Aurora Borealis was the opportunity of a lifetime for a journalist like Lo — it was a chance to prove herself. She boarded the ship rattled, however, shaken by a burglary incident just days before. She couldn’t sleep, couldn’t think, couldn’t forget the man who’d broken into her apartment.

Lo was determined to get it together, though, but fate had other plans as the luxury cruise sets off through the waters of the North Sea.

“… there was a splash.
Not a small splash.
No, this was a big splash.”

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