The English Boys by Julia Thomas ~ Book Review

Book Synopsis:
Daniel Richardson and his best friend, Hugh Ashley-Hunt, both rising British actors, are in love with the same woman, the free-spirited Tamsyn Burke. Reluctantly, Daniel steps aside when Tamsyn decides to marry Hugh. Shortly before the wedding, however, she's murdered, and suspicion falls on the family, friends, and associates present.

Motivated by both Hugh's grief and his own, Daniel joins forces with Tamsyn's younger sister, Carey, to find out who killed her. In the process of digging into Tamsyn's past, Daniel tries to discover what secret she was hiding, and why someone close to her might want to silence her forever.

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Book Review:
Julia Thomas’s debut novel embodies the true definition of literature - a written body of work with artistic and intellectual value. The English Boys is a brilliant story, and Thomas certainly tells it with a clever finesse.  

This murder mystery is set in modern-day England with a very intriguing plot - a young British actor in love with his best friend’s bride becomes a suspect, along with close family and friends, after the bride is found murdered moments before her vows. 

Although multiple POVs are used, the story is mainly told from Daniel Richardson’s POV. Through Richardson’s character, the reader travels through an emotional journey of love, grief, anger, and trauma of discovering secrets of those closest to you.

This book is a suspenseful must-read if you are a fan of murder-mysteries - a solid five-star book! Just remember that you can never really know another person. One can never truly decipher another person's motivation; therefore, everyone remains a suspect. Preorder now, and enjoy on July 8th. 

~*Disclaimer: This post was written by Andrea'. I received a copy of this book from NetGalley and Midnight Ink Publishing in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are honest and my own.*~ 


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