Everywhere to Hide

Author: Siri Mitchell

Publisher: Thomas Nelson

Release Date: October 6, 2020

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Reviewer: Jessica Higgins

With a unique disability and witness to a crime, Whitney Garrison is the perfect protagonist in this top-notch new thriller!

Whitney Garrison has survived an abusive boyfriend, law school and growing up with a unique disorder, face blindness. She is working at a local coffee shop and tutoring kids to make enough money to survive until she passes the bar and gets a job at a high-end law firm. She has done all this on her own, not wanting to burden her father and let him know the mistakes she has made. One afternoon she inadvertently witnesses a murder; even though she saw the killer, she has no idea what the killer actually looks like. He could be right in front of her and she would have no idea.  He follows her every move and thinks she has information he is willing to kill for. Both the local detective, Leo Baroni, and the Feds get involved trying to keep Whitney safe and find their murderer.

Everywhere to Hide is a unique read that kept me guessing and on the edge of my seat, not an easy task with as many thrillers as I read. I loved Whitney for the protagonist in this story. She has gone through a tremendous amount in her short life so far, and even with her face blindness, she never plays the victim card. She finds a way to work around the problems she faces and learn and grow from the experiences. The face blindness was a new one for me, I have never read anything with that as an issue for one of the characters, it was unique and intriguing. Always wondering if Whitney was about to interact with the killer and not know it made the story that much more thrilling for me and kept me glued to the page. Leo was a great character to be there for her and the way Mitchell brought on the romance aspect of the story was just right for me. It was subtle but enough was there to make it believable and easy to follow. Little hints were dropped throughout that helped everything that happened by the end make total sense. This story is a fun blend of complicated mystery and fun thrill rides, the type of book that can be read in one sitting because you are so sucked into the story. I recommend this to readers that enjoy a fun, clean thriller that will keep them guessing and smiling with delight long after they turn the last page.

I received a complimentary copy of this title from the publisher.  The views and opinions expressed within are my own.

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