Title: Your Life Is Mine
Author: Nathan Ripley
You Life Is Mine is your average typical psychological thriller. The story isn't wow but it isn't bad either. The story just exist with like able characters and a average story line that readers who enjoy this type of thriller will be able to see the predictability of the the story. The characters do not stand out as memorable. The story moves slowly giving readers a chance to decided to stop readers or finish the book in hopes of twist they do not see coming. Unfortunately the story doesn't give readers the twist they are hoping for leaving the bored.
Thank you to Netgalley and the publisher Atria Books for the advance copy of Nathan Ripley Your Life Is Mine
Blanche Potter never expected to face her past again—but she can’t escape it.
Blanche, an up-and-coming filmmaker, has distanced herself in every way she can from her father, the notorious killer and cult leader, Chuck Varner. In 1996, when she was a small child, he went on a shooting spree before turning the gun on himself.
Now, Blanche learns that her mother has been murdered. She returns to her childhood home, where she soon discovers there’s more to the death than police are willing to reveal. The officer who’s handling the case is holding information back, and a journalist who’s nosing around the investigation is taking an unusual interest in Blanche’s family.
Blanche begins to suspect that Chuck Varner’s cult has found a new life, and that her mother’s murder was just the beginning of the cult’s next chapter.
Then another killing occurs.
ebook, 304 pages
Expected publication: June 4th 2019 by Atria Books
Nathan Ripley is the pseudonym of Toronto resident and Journey Prize winner Naben Ruthnum. Find You in the Dark, Ripley’s first thriller, was an instant bestseller and an Arthur Ellis Awards finalist for Best First Novel. As Naben Ruthnum, he is the author of Curry: Eating, Reading, and Race.