Younger Book Review
|Published:||2015, Thomas & Mercer|
|No. of Pages:||316|
|Cover Price:||$15.95 Paperback, $4.99 Kindle|
In her latest thriller, Younger, Suzanne Munshower tells the story of Anna Wallingham who has just been dismissed from her prestigious PR job working with Barton Pharmaceuticals on a serum that promises to undo the aging process. Her dismissal is due to the fact that she is in her late 50s and even though she has done an outstanding job, she is too old to represent this client. She is, however, contacted by Pierre Barton personally, and offered a job testing his new product. Terms of the contract are that things are done in total secrecy, and she must disappear from her friends and colleagues for a period of time. As the story progresses, Anna finds that one of her predecessors was murdered, and also learns of several dubious practices that have been ongoing during the testing. Obviously, there are others who want to get their hands on the formula to the serum, and Anna must be careful. When Anna’s boss comes to her apartment and dies a violent death, she realizes that she may be next.
Almost everyone wants to look younger, and when reading this novel, the storyline is believable enough that readers may even feel that a solution is just around the corner. The book is well-written and plausible, and there is enough suspense that once into the story, it will be very difficult to put down. Munshower has done an excellent job with the characters, and readers will be able to relate to them.
Thriller readers who like to be on the edge of their seats will certainly enjoy this excellent novel. There are several unexpected turns in the novel, and a surprise ending that will satisfy thriller lovers. This novel is highly recommended.
This book was purchased with personal funds and no promotion of the book was solicited by the author or publisher.
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