Guess Who by Chris McGeorge Review

When I heard this book was "similar" to Saw, I had to read it! The main character, Morgan Sheppard, wakes up handcuffed in a hotel room with five strangers. They soon discover that they have three hours to solve a mystery or they all die...

The story goes back and forth between the past and the present. That way, we get a glimpse of Morgan Sheppard, and why he is the way he is. I couldn't help but feel sorry for Morgan and really rooted for him along the way. I thought this was a story of overcoming your demons.

Great writing, it was an addictive action-packed book! I also didn't quite expect how it all turned out. Highly recommend.

Thank you to HARLEQUIN - Hanover Square Press for providing me with an electronic ARC of this book via NetGalley. As usual, my reviews are my honest and unbiased opinions.

The rules are simple.

But the game is not.

At eleven years old, Morgan Sheppard solved the murder of a teacher when everyone else believed it to be a suicide. The publicity surrounding the case laid the foundation for his reputation as a modern-day Sherlock Holmes. He parlayed that fame into a gig as TV’s “resident detective,” solving the more typical tawdry daytime talk show mysteries like “Who is the father?” and “Is he cheating?”

Until, that is, Sheppard wakes up handcuffed to a bed in an unfamiliar hotel room. Around him, five strangers are slowly waking up, as well. Soon they discover a corpse in the bathtub and Sheppard is challenged to put his deductive skills to the test. One of the people in the room is the killer. He has three hours to solve the murder. If he doesn’t find the killer, they all will die.

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