Recommending… One by One by Ruth Ware

One by One by Ruth Ware

My rating: 4 of 5 stars


I hesitated over starting this book quite simply because it’s by Ruth Ware which meant once I’d started, I’d be reading it while brushing my teeth, making the dinner, (driving if that weren’t highly illegal and dangerous) etc etc.
I wasn’t wrong.
One by One gripped me from the get-go. Great claustrophobic setting (a ski lodge in bad weather), a strong cast of suspects/victims, some likeable, some not; some with secrets, some with more secrets, and an attrition/death rate that openly references Agatha Christie’s And Then There Were None.
For me, there was a bit too much skiing description (I hate skiing) but I enjoyed sussing out who the baddie was… and changing my mind about that a good few times along the way. A good’un.



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