The Woman in Cabin 10 by Ruth Ware

Reviewed by B. Ullsvik, October 2022

Being woken up by a robber in the early morning is never a good way to start your day. For Lo Blacklock, this shakes her to the core. She can’t sleep, can’t eat, and doesn’t even feel safe in her own apartment. Yet, she must push past all of this and go on a week-long Norwegian cruise that leaves the very next day. After getting on the ship, and attending dinner that night, Lo realizes that something is wrong. A young woman she met getting on the ship is nowhere to be seen. There are only a handful of allowed guests; she should be among them. What happened to this lady? Where could she have gone? Lo knows she must find out before it’s too late.