The Woman in Cabin 10 by Ruth Ware; 339 pages
Lo is a journalist for a travel magazine. Her newest assignment: writing a piece on the new luxury cruise ship, the Aurora. But her first night on board she hears a splash come from the cabin next to her… She thinks she sees a body in the water, except no one is missing from the ship.
I have a thing against main characters that are drunks…. so Lo was not my favorite person to read about right from the get go. Once she stopped drinking so much I stared to like her a lot more.
Overall, I enjoyed this book. There may have been one or two things I guessed as the story was unfolding but the way the story was told, I was never 100% sure. I liked the way the story was set up, there were little snippets at the end of each part to kinda throw you off. I’m always a fan of a good mystery and I’d consider this a good mystery.
This was my first Ruth Ware book and I’m looking forward to reading more of her books in the future!
Goodreads Challenge: 81/105
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