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Reviewed by Keith Mbuya for Readers' Favorite
Perhaps Harriet Blimm would never have found herself in her current plight had her mother made even the slightest effort to be there for her. Having put up with an abusive drunkard who was looking after her, Harriet pushes him down a staircase and murders him. Obliged to live on her own as her addicted mother is hardly ever home from her workplace at a local bar, Harriet becomes frustrated and lonely. In trying to persuade her mother to come back home, Harriet ends up accidentally killing her too. With no relatives or anyone else to take care of her, foster care seems to be the only solution for the young girl’s problem. Having no friends except for two crows, are things going to get better for Harriet? Find out what happens to Harriet in Tamara Merrill’s Just One More.
Enthusiasts of character-driven psychological thrillers will love Tamara Merrill’s Just One More. Merrill’s style of writing is unique. She captures the moods and sentiments of her characters with an impressive amount of intensity. She has a way of making everything feel raw, exquisite, and overt. This encouraged me to connect with her characters, loathing some and loving others. The descriptions she gives in her short and twisted sentences are highly graphic. Coupled with the emotional depth of her narration, this had me going on an emotional roller-coaster. Reading through some of the scenes left me heartbroken. Her polished choice of words gives the story a professional touch. Tamara Merrill is undoubtedly a master of her craft.