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If you could have a sequel to any stand-alone which would it be?
The Kind Worth Saving is a follow-up to Peter Swanson’s riveting thriller The Kind Worth Killing. It’s a new mystery that keeps a couple of characters from the first novel while also keeping the atmosphere. You can read it as a standalone, but I really enjoyed reading it right after The Kind Worth Killing.
Henry Kimball is a private investigator. Earlier in his life, he was a high school English teacher for one year before his career ended when a school shooting took place in his classroom. A student from that classroom, Joan, has turned up asking him to investigate her husband whom she believes is cheating on her with a co-worker. As Henry digs into the case, the story takes many unexpected turns and he seeks out help from a person from his past.
Like The Kind Worth Killing, the Kind Worth Saving had a plot with many twists and turns that kept me guessing all of the way through. I loved the characters that returned from the first book and the path that this book took. I really like to be surprised and this book delivered. The characters all had serious flaws, but they were intriguing. I kept trying to figure out why they did what they did. It was a fascinating psychological thriller that made you think.
This was a fast-paced thriller that also kept me up too late at night to see what happened just like the previous book. I highly recommend it to all thriller lovers out there.
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