Post Script: Tell Me You’re Sorry – Kevin O’Brien

Tell Me You’re Sorry

Kevin O’Brien

Kensington Books


ISBN: 9780786031603



First You’ll Say You’re Sorry


A family is wiped out after a burglary gone wrong. An executive accused of embezzling kills himself and his loved ones. A house fire claims the lives of all its inhabitants. Separate incidents with two common threads–a first wife who took her own life, and a secret the victims took to their graves. . .


And Then


Stephanie Coburn has barely recovered from her sister’s mysterious suicide before her brother-in-law and his new wife are murdered, her face disfigured beyond recognition. Stephanie never met the bride, has never even seen a clear photograph. But she knew her sister, and she knows something is desperately wrong. . .


You’ll Say Goodbye


The police won’t listen. Her only ally is another victim’s son. Step by step, they’re uncovering a trail of brutal vengeance and a killer who will never relent–and whose forgiveness can only be earned in death. . .


My View:

This is a pulse racing 500 odd pages of adventure, mystery, suspense, tension and …just a few murders. There were several places in the narrative that I caught my breath and waited for my pulse to settle before I read on. O’Brien certainly knows how to spin a complex, intriguing and great psychological drama that keeps you on the edge of the chair whilst you carve a swathe through this narrative. You will not want to put this book down!


I urge you to sit, read and enjoy this masterful creation of suspense and fear; don’t try and think too much, just read and absorb and let the story take you away…to somewhere where the  atmosphere and the sense of evil and foreboding dominate, where you breathe tight fast breaths and you  forget about the outside world. What a great book to lose yourself in. Indulge your passion for nerve tingling, psychological mystery with this great read

4 thoughts on “Post Script: Tell Me You’re Sorry – Kevin O’Brien

  1. Carol – That’s certainly something when a book of about 500 pages keeps one spellbound – without a lot of murders and gore. That to me takes a deft hand and I’m glad you found that here.

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