(3 customer reviews)
Publication Date: Aug. 28, 2021
Categories: Crime and ThrillersISBN: 9781913913250
Clementine Miller, Eveline Macdonald and Adrien Renard all disappear at the end of the 2019 fall term at Harvard University. The press dub it ‘The Harvard Curse’ – but what has really happened?
To solve this mystery we must follow Clementine and Adrien in the months before they vanish – as the pair meet and run into a world of trouble together.
Through the complicity of new and old friends alike, they disappear leaving a trail of evidence that will change how readers judge the events, decide who is to blame and what The Harvard Curse is really about.
Lovers of mysteries will lose themselves in the changing seasons of a New England university campus as the secrets slowly reveal themselves.
Martin Chevreau has worked in Spain, Brussels and the United Kingdom, and has a passion for traveling, not only to different corners of the world but also through books. With The Harvard Curse, he combines his research skills with his love of travel to transport the reader through the seasons at Harvard University’s campus. Martin is currently finishing his degree in Politics and Spanish at the University of Surrey and lives in Ealing.
NetGalley review (Guest Review) - 21 Sep, 2021
An enjoyable mystery psych thriller with some really interesting characters playing parts in a story of obsession and grief.
I really liked the twisty sense of it and especially liked the point of view of one particular character that had a disturbing voice in her obsessive and stalkerish nature.
I do love a university setting and this was a good one with a cleverly horrible ending that was satisfying and disturbing
Yes. Good. Will look forward to more from this author.
Original review: https://www.netgalley.co.uk/book/234824/review/129975
NetGalley review (Guest Review) - 17 Sep, 2021
I love books that can fall under dark academia and this was no exception. A really good suspenseful read with dark undertones and a great setting.
Original review: https://www.netgalley.co.uk/book/234824/review/865607
Isabelle Chevreau (Guest Review) - 13 Sep, 2021
Great book! Very captivating, didn't want to put the book down! Great talent. That young author will go far.
I couldn't imagine a first novel to be that good.