A British woman is shocked to find that a new novel, inexplicably, reveals what she thought was a deeply-held secret from her past in Renee Knight’s Disclaimer.
Despite what I think is a poor title, Knight’s novel is a pretty solid thriller (with dashes of domestic drama) that follows two protagonists; one, the woman whose personal life has been made fictional, and is being read by family and friends; and the second a troubled elderly man whose son died saving a child’s life. How their lives intersect in the past and present, as they tell conflicting stories about the same events, creates interest.
Knight is deft at peeling back the onion to a rather shocking event that even an experienced thriller reader like myself did not see coming. Nicely done overall.
I borrowed this from the Morrisson-Reeves Public Library in Richmond Indiana.