Book review: The Girl on the Pier by Paul Tomkins


The Girl on the PierThe Girl on the Pier by Paul Tomkins

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I received this book as a digital ARC from the publisher through Net Galley in return for an honest review.

This is the debut novel written by Paul Tomkins and I really liked it.

The story is about Patrick Clement, known as a foreseen sculptor, who helps to identify missing people.

Through flashbacks, the finding of a skull of an unidentified girl found on the pier in the 1970s, Patrick remembers facts form his boyhood, how he lost his parents and went to live to an aunt he didn’t knew before that.

His remembrances continues along his life time until the story continues from the start point of the narrative.

At this face, he has to face the big challenge of his life.

The book is fast-paced and shows unexpected twists into the narrative, keeping the reader’s full attention until the end of the book.

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