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Monday, 16 June 2014

The Long Fall by Julia Crouch

The Long FallThe Long Fall by Julia Crouch
My rating: 4 of 5 stars


Its 1981 and a young girl goes off on her travels through Europe. She's young, she's naive and inexperienced.

The book starts off with what looks like a struggle on a mountain top, but when she peers closer, its two people struggling. One goes over the edge.

The next part of the book covers entry's similar to data in a diary.

We move on to where she has married, and what appears from the outside a perfect home and family life. But cracks in the family life seem to appear bigger and larger as times goes on, opening and bringing in reminders of long past.

This is a case of where the past comes back to haunt you.

The ending was not a surprise, but it didn't spoil the book for me one little bit.

I loved this thriller and would like to than Headline via Net Galley for granted me a complimentary copy to read and give my honest review on.

How far would you go to protect your secrets?

Greece, 1980

Emma takes part in a shattering, violent event. An event to which she is anything but an innocent bystander.
She is only eighteen, but this marks her fall from innocence.
It will haunt her for the rest of her life.

London, now

Kate has the perfect existence: a glossy image, a glamorous home, a perfect family.
But there are cracks.
All is not what it seems.

And now the two worlds are about to collide.
Somebody's out for revenge.
Someone who has been waiting thirty years.

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