Review: Alicia’s Ghost

Alicia's Ghost
Alicia’s Ghost by Nick Iuppa
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

A very interesting and ingrossing read. It started a little slow as we see Carlos coping with the death of his wife. Murdered three years prior, he took comfort in logic and OCD tendencies. As a professor, one part of that helped him, the other, not so much. When emotional pain threatens to overwheml him, he buries himself in patterns, counting and lists.
One day, he comes home to find his apartment trashed. And the next day and the next. Turns out, his fiery dead wife Alicia never left him.
Lots of action and twists in this book as Carlos tries to help two young women escape from being sold to a sadistic man.
Nick Iuppa did a fantastic job in creating two seperate voices for his main characters. Not once did I have any issues figuring out who was “talking”.

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