Where do I even start; with so many twists and turns it's hard to know. Ruth Ware's "The Woman In Cabin 10" starts off with Lo Blacklock experiencing a traumatic brake-in leaving her extremely shook up and paranoid, however with an important career opportunity on board a luxury cruise ship only days away, Lo need to try and keep herself together for the sake of her career and reputation in the industry. After having a pleasant first couple of days on board, Lo believes to have been witness to a body being thrown overboard, but all passengers are accounted for. As the cruise continues Lo desperately continues to figure out what happens because she knows in her heart that what she saw was no dream. This book is a crazy page turner, can't put down, finish in a day kind of read. The mystery of what actually happened on board keeps you on your toes until the very last pages. If you haven't heard of or picked up this book yet, you will not be disappointed!