Do Not Disturb by Claire Douglas

Do Not Disturb

After what happened in London, Kirsty needs a fresh start with her family.
And running a guesthouse in the Welsh mountains sounds idyllic.

But then their first guest arrives.
Selena is the last person Kirsty wants to see.
It’s seventeen years since she tore everything apart.

Why has she chosen now to walk back into Kirsty’s life?
Is Selena running from something too?
Or is there an even darker reason for her visit?

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I have only previously read Claire Douglas’ Local Girl Missing  and I had really enjoyed it. I liked Do Not Disturb, but I think it may be a novel that I will forget about in the next few weeks.

The book was a bit slow to open. In the first chapter, Kristy’s mom is lending over a body with blood on her hands. The novel then goes back and shows the early days when Kristy and her mother open a bed & breakfast.

My favourite part of the novel was how there was a number of suspects that could of been responsible. Everyone had their secrets and I liked how it was a family, because family secrets are always juicier!

3 calculators out of a potential 5. Even though this wasn’t my favourite Claire Douglas novel, I want to go back and read more of her earlier novels!

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Thank you to Penguin Random House and Netgallery for providing me with an advanced reader’s copy in exchange for my honest review. 

7 thoughts on “Do Not Disturb by Claire Douglas

  1. It’s not my favorite novel either and after reading the fantastic Last Seen Alive which was on my fav top 10 list last year (you have to read that one!) I was kind of disappointed it wasn’t as surprising as that one. My review’s coming up next week.. I feel kind of guilty of not loving it more but those expectations.. they were too high I guess.

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