The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins
My rating: 4 of 5 stars (3.5 stars)
Hangover rating: 3
Objectionable material: F-bombs
Rachel is a drunk. A drunk that rides the train back and forth to her former employer, because she's been fired. For being a drunk.
What she sees on her daily, endless train ride leads to suspicion, a police investigation and murder.
It's a blend of Gone Girl and Before I Go to Sleep. And I would say I liked it more than those two books.
An intriguing mix of neighborhood secrets, infidelity, addiction, and abuse. The author did a great job of creating sympathy for a main character who was overall miserable.
I liked it -- I didn't love it. In retrospect -- it was a bit predictable -- but that being said, I still didn't know "who dun it" until 30 pages to the end.
I would recommend it.