Home can be the most dangerous place…
In a small London bedsit, a radio is playing. A small dining table is set for three, and curled up on the sofa is a body… Jenn is the one who discovers the woman, along with the bailiffs. All indications suggest that the tenant – Sarah Jones – was pretty, charismatic and full of life.
So how is it possible that her body has lain undiscovered for ten whole months?
Addictive and Tense - One of the very best books I've read this year.
What happened to Sarah and how did no one know for so long? Who is Prin? Who is Jane? And did something bad happen to them? What is Alistair hiding? What on earth did Jenn do and can Freya please help her? So many questions and I couldn't stop reading until I found out every answer.
From the very first line this book had me hooked. Why can't she stop worrying about Charlie? What's
wrong with Charlie? More questions! And just like Alice in Wonderland I had not a moment to think about stopping myself before I found myself falling deep into Jenn's world.
So many thoughts and ideas rushed through my mind just to be squashed with the next turn of the page. This was an exhilarating suspenseful ride and I felt a rollercoaster of emotions rush through me, as there is tenderness, love and an overwhelming sadness too in the tale. I wish I could say more but you need to discover these yourself.
Then the shock of finding out that what Jenn did, I once did too, floored me. I wonder how many others might relate.