My rating: 5 of 5 stars
I have had to give this wonderful thriller 5 stars. Rather than tell you what the story is about as you can see this from the blurb, I'll focus a little on how I felt and reacted to what I have read.
I was lucky to get a complimentary book from Quercus Books via Net Galley and was anxious to read it. The description of what the book was about grabbed my interest. I wasn't wrong in my assumptions that I would like this book, I actually loved this book!
The storyline grabbed my attention from the first page and continued to keep my enthralling interest throughout. I had to put the book down at times due to life commitments, but if I could have just sat and read this in one sitting, I certainly would have as I wanted to keep picking my Kindle up. For me, this is a good sign!
The plot was very well handled and kept me guessing throughout the story.
I loved the touch of the 'up to date' technology of a Netmums forum which played a huge part in book. It was very cleverly done and very cleverly worked out.
I'm going to be looking for more of this authors books, as if they are anything like this one, I'm going to have my nose stuck in books for a very long time!
It was crazy really, she had never met the woman, had no idea of her real name but she thought of her as a friend. Or, at least, the closest thing she had to a friend in Dublin.
Struggling with a new baby, Yvonne turns to netmammy, an online forum for mothers, for support. Drawn into a world of new friends, she spends increasing amounts of time online and volunteers more and more information about herself.
When one of her new friends goes offline, Yvonne thinks something is wrong, but dismisses her fears. After all, does she really know this woman?
But when the body of a young woman with striking similarities to Yvonne’s missing friend is found, Yvonne realises that they’re all in terrifying danger. Can she persuade Sergeant Claire Boyle, herself about to go on maternity leave, to take her fears seriously?
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