Tuesday, June 15, 2021

Hairpin Bridge by Taylor Adams

Lena’s estranged twin sister committed suicide according to the police report, but Lena isn’t buying it.

Cambry wasn’t suicidal, and the last text that she sent to Lena made Lena doubt her sister jumped off of Hairpin Bridge.

That specific text had a police officer’s name in it which was strange.

Lena is back at the scene with the same officer re-living her sister’s nightmare.

Mr. Taylor definitely knows how to put the reader in the scene.  You will make every turn at high speed with Cambry as she is outrunning the policeman chasing her and you feel her fear.

You will also feel Lena’s fear as she questions Officer Raycevic and sees discrepancies in his story.

What really happened to her sister?

Was Officer Raycevic involved in her death?

Is Lena safe all alone at the scene with Officer Raycevic and no cell service?

Beware of fast-paced, tense action and unsettling, gory scenes.

HAIRPIN BRIDGE is a descriptive read filled with twists that thriller fans will completely enjoy. 4/5

This book was given to me by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.


  1. A very intense read - have you read it?

    Thanks for stopping.

  2. Nice review. I did read it and I loved it. It's a definite edge of your seat thriller.

    1. Too much of an edge-of-your-seat thriller for me, but it was good.

      Thanks for your comment, Linda.

  3. I loved her last book. I think I was approved for this one. Need to check again.

    1. Thanks for commenting, Ti.

      I hope you like it.