I finished reading I Let You Go last night. As promised there is a brilliant twist half way through the book, which had rave reviews in WM and beyond. The switching between first and third person viewpoints was unusual, and I saw the final conflict coming a mile away. It’s the second crime novel I’ve read, (the other was a Val McDermid, so who am I to criticise) and the fact I had to make the effort to read to the end of both of them means the genre probably isn’t for me. Onwards to The Tenderness of Wolves then.