516 pages / 11h 19m
When a body is discovered in Okeham, England, Tabitha is shocked to find herself in handcuffs. But as dark memories come to light, she begins to question if she knows who she really is.
House of Correction will keep you guessing. Tabitha is a complex character who doesn’t conform to the norms of society and that is partly why she finds herself in her unfortunate predicament. This was an enjoyable read that keeps pace through out, with some psychological suspense included.