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Summary

Another outstanding crime thriller from the highly acclaimed author of Tall Oaks.

Raine sometimes complains that nothing exciting is ever gonna happen in Grace, Alabama, again. Daddy told her careful what you wish for.

Everyone loves Summer Ryan. A model student and musical prodigy, she's a ray of light in the struggling small town of Grace - especially compared to her troubled sister, Raine. Then Summer goes missing. Grace is already simmering, and with this new tragedy the police have their hands full keeping the peace.

Only Raine throws herself into the search supported by a most unlikely ally. But perhaps there was always more to Summer than met the eye....

©2017 Chris Whitaker (P)2017 Bolinda Publishing Pty Ltd

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  • 24-05-18

bloody brilliant

It's been a long time since I've loved a book this much. highly recommend it

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amazing

wish I could erase it from my memory so I could enjoy it for the first time all over again! stunning

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Extraordinary

I don't know how Chris Whitaker does it. His creations of small town, rural, blue collar America and the characters he populates them with are extraordinarily compelling. There's a depth, sense of real lived experience, and richness to the capsuled worlds he creates that is breath-taking, giving they spring from the imagination of a young non-American writer based in a country town in the south-east of England.

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A wonderful story, beautifully read

This was unputdownable! I am suffering this morning because I eventually finished listening at 02:24 as I just couldn’t switch it off. Chris Whitaker’s characters come to life and I really cared about what happened to them, especially Noah, Purv and Rain and Black. It will keep you guessing to the end. Brilliant.

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I was a bit bored

I found it overly long… I would listen for big chunks of time and found that nothing if interest had really happened. I thought about giving up on it a few times but was mildly interested to see what happened. But I was generally glad it was over when I did finish!!