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Book Review: Little Voices

Devon Burges is in the throes of a high-risk birth when she learns of her dear friend’s murder. The police quickly name another friend as the chief suspect, but Devon doesn’t buy it—and despite her difficult recovery, she decides to investigate.
Haunted by postpartum problems that manifest as a cruel voice in her head, Devon is barely getting by. Yet her instincts are still sharp, and she’s bent on proving her friend’s innocence.
But as Devon digs into the evidence, the voice in her head grows more insistent, the danger more intense. Each layer is darker, more disturbing, and she’s not sure she—or her baby—can survive what lies at the truth.

I received a digital advanced reader copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

This was a very interesting read. It was very well written and had such strong characters. The story line was strong too! I did find it a little slow at times, but I did really enjoy it.

The plot kept me guessing and I loved the post partum depression representation in this book. It is a real thing that we need to be discussing more frequently. Despite dealing with a newborn and postpartum depression, the main character is such a strong woman! 

THAT TWIST THOUGH! I did not see that coming at ALLLLLLL. I found myself going crazy not knowing who actually commited the murder. I kept piecing it together in my mind even when I was not reading. 

Wonderful murder mystery and full of suspence and realism. Thank you to Netgalley, the author, and the publisher for allowing me to review this title.

Image and synopsis taken from NetGalley.

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