- Wrong Place Wrong Time by Gillian McAllister was my pick for our monthly book club and due to its speculative fiction (time travel) genre, I was a little nervous about its acceptance, but it was an engrossing read which was well-received and offered lively conversation.
- Unlike Groundhog Day, the story goes back and back and back in time, each waking offers a date preceding the prior which was a format that the author handled well and I really enjoyed.
- The murder mystery was interesting but it was the maternal relativity and personal self-discovery as revealed through each time jump that continues to resonate with me.
Full Title : Wrong Place Wrong Time
Author: Gillian McAllister
Genre: Women’s Psychological Fiction, Mystery, Thriller
Brief Synopsis: After a woman witnesses her son stab a stranger, she wakes a day prior to the crime, and each day after is actually another time before. Struggling to solve the mystery of the murder, she experiences her life in reverse with the benefit of fresh eyes and insight on details of the choices she’s made.
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You certainly didn’t need MY opinion on Wrong Place Wrong Time since it was a Reese’s Pick, but I’m happy to recommend and/or discuss.
Sounds great – I’ll add it to my list!
Thanks so much for the musical healing article (every hospital should have that!) and the hello note—it’s so pretty and good to hear from you! 😊
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