My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Crafitily written and surprisingly gripping, Gemma Halliday’s Watching You is thirty-two pages of intriguing, alluring, and captivating suspense that throws the reader one helluva curveball!
Set in a hot and humid San Francisco, the swiftly-paced plot swelters in a sauna of vengeance, obsession, voyeurism, and jealousy — surrounded by perfectly constructed cedar wood walls of deception, hatred . . . and murder.
One of the most fascinating novellas that mine eyes have ever enjoyed the pleasure of reading, Watching You is a movielike narrative that I would highly recommend to those readers in the literary community who fancy the enrapturing effects of dark, arousing, and wholly dramatic apprehension. Loved it!
Five peeping Tom stars.
• It is my kindly pleasure to thank Halliday Publishing for the complimentary copy of this fine and wonderfully fulfilling work of fiction.