AN ABDUCTED CHILD. AN INNOCENT DINNER PARTY.
When nine year old Emily disappears, Detective Chief Inspector Clarence Landon knows time isn’t on his side.
It’s the 1960s. Child abductions are rare.
Her mother, Ava blames herself. What mother would leave their child alone?
Behind twitching curtains, an unsettling truth of what happened is revealed. A story of family secrets and a chilling tale of deception is unravelled.
What would you be capable of when pushed to your limits?
She’s just a storyteller! E.J. Wood is a thriller writer from England. Although British born, she now resides in Spain, speaks English, and Spanish, and is currently learning German.
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My thoughts: I found this book a bit confusing at times, there seems to be a lot more going on that has nothing to do with the missing child. Her mother is very strange, and seems to have managed to pull the wool over DCI Landon’s eyes, he had no idea who he was living with.
The neighbours who seem to be up to something are also rather odd, and it’s only towards the end that things start to fall into place and their role is explained.
*I was kindly gifted a copy of this book in exchange for taking part in the blog tour but all opinions remain my own.