Resurrection Bay by Emma Viskic – Book Review

Talk about a dramatic start to the book. Caleb is holding the bloodied, dead body of his best mate in his arms as the police try to ascertain if Caleb is the murderer or an innocent bystander. As he tries to work out who the killer was, Caleb finds that there are few people he can trust.

There is so much to love about this book. There are twists and turns throughout, a fair whack of quite brutal violence and an ending that I didn’t see coming. In addition to this, Caleb is hearing-impaired and this does impact elements of his life, but Viskic reveals this as needed, and it’s not his only defining characteristic. This is the first in a series of books by Viskic with this character and I’m very pleased about that. I look forward to more.

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