Book review: You’re Next

You're NextYou’re Next by Gregg Hurwitz

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Woah, this was a good one!!! Gripping or what?

Mike WIngate is a building contractor doing the right thing by his daughter by building an estate of environmentally friendly houses. However he discovers that the company who laid the drainage system for the whole estate took his money but laid PVC pipes. He is persuaded to cover this up however by the powers that be in the state governor’s office.

After Mike guiltily accepts an award for his green project, he is threatened by two men, and is then subject to a break-in at his home. But the police don’t seem to want to help him and things escalate so that he is seen as the bad guy. Things just go from bad to worse.

It’s one of those stories where you are willing someone to listen to him but no-one will. He can only trust a childhood friend to help him find the real bad guys.

It’s a really good read, with good twists and “oh no!” moments. I’ll check out Gregg Hurwitz again sometime.

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