Somebody Out There by Kevin Lynch/ #Review #BlogTour @damppebbles @inkubatorbooks


Be careful what you wish for…

When Ben and Deborah leave the city to start a new life in the beautiful Irish countryside, they can almost taste their perfect future – growing their own food, the kids running free, peace and silence.

But as soon as they arrive in their new home bad things start to happen. And it becomes clear that somebody out there wants them gone.

But ex-crime reporter Deborah doesn’t scare easily. This is the life she’s dreamed of for her family and she’s not giving up on it without a fight.

As the campaign against the family intensifies and becomes truly terrifying, Deborah is determined to unmask whoever is trying to hurt them and starts to dig for the truth.

What she finds is more twisted and horrifying than she could ever have imagined.




Living in a city versus living in the country? Well, there are advantages to both ways of living of course.

In the city you have access to everything in the blink of an eye: shops, takeaway, …, but you have to deal with traffic, noise,…

In the country you only have the small businesses in the centre of the village and you will have to travel a bit more if you are looking for the chain stores, but on the other hand you wake up to the sound of birdsong and you can smell the fresh air.

Home is where you lay your head is often determined by the kind of job you do, but if one day you wake up and realize that there is so much more to life than just your job? Maybe it’s time to leave the rat race and turn your life upside down? It’s time to slow down a bit and make time for what’s the most important: your family.

The solution? Chose country life over city life and start relaxing and enjoying… Right?

Ben and Deborah are looking forward to that, but it seems like someone might not agree with them…

I enjoyed this story. There were certainly some creepy scenes that made me look over my shoulder too and some that broke my heart in a thousand pieces.

In my opinion there was a thread that was not quite solved. I don’t know if it was done on purpose because in this case there is room for a sequel or not. I would not mind that at all. 4 stars.

Thank you, Kevin Lynch and Damp Pebbles Blog Tours


About the Author

Kevin is a Guidance Counselor by day and a thriller author during his off hours. He puts an original slant on some common experiences and creates engaging stories with a personal twist. Kevin lives in Ireland with three great kids and a wife who makes him laugh, which is really all he could ask for.



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