Ratings: 4 out of 5 stars.
About The Book!!
Skeleton in the Closet by Terence Morais is a suspense drama which revolves around a character named Daniel Roger. The story starts with Daniel being a suspect in the murder of a man he has never met. Daniel’s adopted father tries to help him by getting him the best lawyer and detectives on the case. But it seems to be not that easy. Someone is hell bent on blaming him for the heinous crime and wants to put Daniel behind bars.
Daniel takes it upon himself to investigate who is trying to frame him and why. This leads him to look for his real parents. Every time he gets a new clue another person is dead.
What will Daniel do? Will he be able to meet his real parents? Are they still alive? Who is killing the people around him and why?
The plot of the story is not so unique but still very intriguing. It keeps you hooked to the book and on the edge. The story moves very fast and gets a little hard to keep up with everything that is going on, but in the end it all adds up beautifully and makes sense. If you love a good mystery, then this is definitely for you. It has so many twists and turns that sometimes it is overwhelming and you just want to take a few seconds to absorb everything.
The efforts and the amount of thought put into the plot is clearly visible. The way the author has woven this web of events and put everything into perspective in the end is not an easy task.
There are a few errors in the book like in chapter 17, page 111, “Why are you here?” Daniel grinned, the name should be Hugo, as Daniel is not even present in that scene. There were a few other small errors which were a bit of hindrance. Overall, I give Skeleton in the Closet by Terence Morais a 4 out of 5.