Whodunnit in Everyone in My Family Has Killed Someone | Book Review


Rating: 5 out of 5.

Agatha Christie has taken a bow, and Benjamin Stevenson has stepped on stage.

Genre: Mystery
Author: Benjamin Stevenson
Published: March 2022
Publisher: Penguin Random House
Pages: 384 (paperback)

Massive thank you to Penguin for a copy for review

Sign me up for every book that Stevenson writes from this point onwards because I could cry with joy over the sheer genius of this book.

If you’re a fan of murder mysteries, you’d be missing out on one of life’s greatest pleasures by not reading this. It was exciting, hilarious, thrilling and thigh-slappingly good.

This book is touted as different from the usual because it has a reliable narrator. And that is was makes it so good. There are no real great surprises that the author doesn’t sneakily prepare you for some way. You are walking through this brilliant tale side by side the narrator and frantically putting together the pieces he is rapidly handing you.

I enjoyed this so much. I laughed out loud more than I have in a long time whilst reading a book. I was equally horrified, and banned myself from reading this after 7pm lest my wild imagination took the murdery tension into my dreams.

If you’ve never found anything as good as Agatha Christie, it’s because you haven’t read this book yet. Go on, go get.

Grab a copy!

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