Jackson Brodie returned to the old profession in One Good Turn because he thought that the town still needs him in cases that are tough for the investigation department. Since then the life again became busy for him and this is what he likes about life, perhaps the life of a cool millionaire was never his passion. The story of this novel begins thirty years in the past when Joanna Mason’s family faced a big tragedy.
After a few chapters about those past happening the story comes to the present and Jackson is on a train at this moment of time and he does look happy because of the hustle and bustle. The train was late because of which Jackson had to wait at the station for quite some time, after that when he entered the train he was shocked to see that the train was full pack at this time of night. Not a lot of people travel at this time of night and that’s what Jackson like about travelling at night.
Surely this night is not one of those average nights and in the mean time the ex-detective listens to the voice of a teenage girl named Reggie. She was just talking about watching some TV when the incident happened. None was ready for the incident except for the one who planned it in the first place. Kate Atkinson gives a chill feeling to the fans whenever the story gets a dramatic twist. Ellen Archer as a narrator fully understands such things and in this novel the narrator has given special attention to these breathtaking twists in the middle and at the climax.
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