The Weekend by L.H. Stacey

Thank you to Rachel’s Random Resources for including me on the blog tour for The Weekend. The cover grabbed my attention. Who’s house is this and why are there two lights on? What is inside the house?

About the Book:

That Lake. This house. His friends. They all know what happened to my boy. I know they do. And you... you have to help me find the truth...

A weekend to remember…

Ten years ago, deeply in love, I would have done anything for Thomas Kirkwood.

But on the night of our graduation, fuelled by drink and drugs, Thomas’s lifeless body was found floating in the Kirkwood family lake. That weekend changed everything, and I swore I would never return to Kirkwood manor.

A weekend to forget…

Now, ten years later, I have been invited back to the place that holds such terrible memories for me, to a memorial weekend for Thomas, organised by his still-grieving mother Ada.

But this is no ordinary weekend. This is a reunion to catch a killer…and I fear that I could be top of Ada’s list….



10 years after Thomas’s death a memorial is to be unveiled. All of the people present when Thomas died are invited to the house for the memorial weekend. However the real reason they are there is to uncover who killed Thomas.

The story is dual timeline with the present and 10 years ago. I enjoy dual timeline books because they give little sections of the past just when you need it to understand the present. Thomas was part of a powerful family who also had a lot of secrets. This book kept me guessing who the killer was.


About the Author:

As well as being the author of seven books, Stacey also works full time as a Sales Director. She's also a fully qualified scuba diving instructor and has been known to happily jump in the sea with sharks, without a cage.

Following a life changing car accident in 2008, Stacey was left with limited mobility in her right arm. Unable to teach scuba diving professionally anymore, she turned to her love of writing, a hobby she’d followed avidly since being a teenager.

Her own life story, along with varied career choices helps Stacey to create stories with challenging and unpredictable plots.

Stacey's debut novel 'House of Secrets' was published in 2016 under her full name of Lynda Stacey and her latest book 'The Serial Killer's Girl' was published by Boldwood Books in April 2022, under her new author title of L.H. Stacey.

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