Friday, 17 February 2017
The Woman in Cabin 10 by Ruth Ware
I enjoyed the set up for the mystery with the introduction of the guests and staff followed by the tour through the ship. I could easily imagine the crowding in the staff quarters and the claustrophobia that Lo felt.
The plot was well constructed and kept me guessing. I didn't feel an affection for any of the characters but I did want Lo to get a grip and start being a better journalist. She missed too many opportunities to do her job well. She should have been much better as socializing and asking leading questions.
Overall, a good, easy to read story.
Cover image courtesy Simon And Schuster Canada.