Author: Naomi Joy

Publication Date: August 20, 2020

Rating: 4 out of 5.

Do Her No Harm is a fantastic thriller. I didn’t want to put this book down and read it in one day.

Tabitha disappears one day. There are no clues left behind. Was Tabitha murdered? Who could’ve murdered Tabitha? Did Tabitha leave to get away from her unhappy marriage?

Do Her No Harm switches between when Tabitha went missing, five years later and fifteen years earlier when she met her husband. Tabitha’s best friend Annabella tries to find out what happened to Tabitha after the police gave up and is still looking five years after Tabitha disappeared. Once secrets about Tabitha are surfaced, Annabella is left questioning if she knew Tabitha at all and if what she thinks happened actually did.

I loved the different time frames. I found this story very entertaining and was very invested from the beginning. The characters were all very interesting and all had so many secrets that were unraveled throughout the book. Naomi Joy did a great job adding suspense throughout the novel.

I recommend Do Her No Harm to domestic thriller fans. Do Her No Harm was my first Naomi Joy book and I am looking forward to reading more of her books.

Thank you NetGalley and Aria for Do Her No Harm.

About the author

Naomi Joy was born and raised in Jersey. After studying English Literature at Durham University, she moved to London and worked for over a decade in the PR and communications industry. The Liars and The Truth, published by Aria Fiction, were released in 2019.




19 thoughts on “Book Review: Do Her No Harm

  1. I like that this book involves the best friend. I get tired of always being husband-wife-child. Or husband-wife-detective. Or neighbor. Or whatever. But I like this scenario, and it sounds like the dual timelines is well utilized here as well!

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