“Beckford is not a suicide spot. Beckford is a place to get rid of troublesome women,” (89). Keep that in mind while reading Paula Hawkins newest novel, Into the Water. Like her last novel, The Girl on the Train, the book is written from multiple people’s points of view, each with their own insight and clues as to who committed the crime. And like The Girl on the Train, the story is full of suspense and twists and turns that leave the reader guessing whodunnit up until the last sentence.
The Girl On the Train is set in modern day London and is told by three different women’s perspectives. The main character, Rachel, is going through a hard time in in her life and has to face seeing her past every time the train she is on passes by the home she used to share with her husband. Not only does she pass her old home, but she passes the neighbors as well.