The opinions expressed in this review are those of the reviewers. They do not purport to reflect the opinions or views of nospoilerreview.com, its owners, or its staff. This post may contain affiliate links. Read the full disclosure here.
Let’s talk about Do Not Disturb by Freida McFadden. To avoid spending her life in prison, Quinn makes a run for it. She leaves behind her home, her job, and her family. She grabs her passport and heads for the northern border before the police can discover what she’s done.
Note: Our reviews will contain just the basics – no spoilers. We hope they will help you find something new to watch, read, and listen to as well as tv shows, movies, books and podcasts to avoid altogether!
Do Not Disturb
Author: Freida McFadden
Genre: Mystery, Fiction, Thriller
Quinn Alexander has committed an unthinkable crime.
To avoid spending her life in prison, Quinn makes a run for it. She leaves behind her home, her job, and her family. She grabs her passport and heads for the northern border before the police can discover what she’s done.
But when an unexpected snowstorm forces her off the road, Quinn must take refuge at the broken-down, isolated Baxter Motel. The handsome and kindly owner, Nick Baxter, is only too happy to offer her a cheap room for the night.
Unfortunately, the Baxter Motel isn’t the quiet safe haven it seemed to be. The motel has a dark and disturbing past. And in the dilapidated house across the way, the silhouette of Nick’s ailing wife is always in the window. Always watching.
In the morning, Quinn must leave the motel. She’ll pack up her belongings and get back on the road to freedom.
But first, she must survive the night.
This was the second Freida McFadden book I read and I finished it in just two days. I love how easy her books are. For lack of a better explanation, I love that she writes for the average person and doesn’t use words that are so big that I have to stop to look them up.
Unlike The Housemaid, I didn’t find this ending as shocking, though it was very well written.
I love how Freida McFadden writes from each person’s point of view. It helps to tell the full story in ways you wouldn’t understand if everything was from one point of view.
I did notice a printing error in this book — on one page it says that it was a paper bag and then on the following page, it changes to plastic. I made the mistake of reading some reviews to see if anyone else had caught it and wound up reading something that I thought would ruin the book for me. Turns out it was just opinion and really didn’t match up with the story at all. But that will definitely stop me from reading reviews in the future.
I am now reading book three and hope to finish it this week. I gasped during the epilogue, so I’m sure this one is going to be a good one.
I give Do Not Disturb by Freida McFadden 4 out of 5 stars.
Have you read Do Not Disturb yet? Let me know what you think about it in the comments below. Don’t forget to visit often to find out what book you should read next, which tv show or movie you should watch next, and what podcast you should listen to next. We will also be sharing new releases, canceled shows, and more! Thank you for visiting no spoiler reviews!
- Workin’ Moms - March 25, 2023
- Poker Face - March 24, 2023
- The System: The Case of Kevin Keith - March 23, 2023
This sounds like a great read. I’ll have to add it to my list of books that I want to read.
Sounds very a very suspenseful storyline. I like a good mystery.
The plot reminds me of a trailer I saw for Barbarian, I think it was called? I wonder if they pulled ideas from this book!
I am surely going to check this out! This looks like a really great book to read! Thanks for sharing this with us!
It sounds like a wonderful book that i would enjoy. i must add it to my reading list.
It’s a story of adventures! It’s not easy to live all your life behind and to start something new in a new place!
I’ll have to add this to my book list. I need a good quick easy read.
ooo! It sounds so good! I’m going to have to introduce it to my book club.
Love the title of this book. I will have to check it out.
This sounds like a book I’d enjoy. I will add it to my list!