Book review: The Death Chamber by Sarah Rayne

The Death ChamberThe Death Chamber by Sarah Rayne

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Georgina is left some papers of her great grandfather’s which relate to a time he was a prison doctor in the wilds of Cumbria. The prison is now deserted and a TV company is making a documentary there. But someone doesn’t want the secrets of the prison’s past revealed and tries to put a stop to both Georgina’s research and that of the film company.

This was a pretty good book. Lots of twisty bits and a bit of tension, although the actual bits where the tension built up seemed to end quite abruptly.

There are three different time frames in this book with a connection running through them, but it took quite a while for this to be revealed and I didn’t work out who was who so that was good.

The author has a few other books out so I will probably try another at a later date.

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