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Born Evil Audiobook

Born Evil

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Publisher's Summary

He's her son, but he's no good. How far will she go for him?

Not all sons make their mothers proud....

June Dawson has come a long way from her rough East End background. She now lives in a nice little cul-de-sac in Rainham with her ultra-respectable husband and a lovely social life. But her world collapses when daughter Debbie announces that she is pregnant by her low-life drug addict boyfriend, Billy McDaid. June feels as though she is being sucked back into the world of villains and thugs she thought she had escaped forever.

But worse is yet to come. The baby - doted on by his violent and feckless dad - grows into the child from hell. He is mean, sadistic and out of control. Suddenly the family is not just in crisis. It is in meltdown.

©2017 Kimberley Chambers (P)2017 HarperCollins Publishers

What the Critics Say

"This beautifully crafted, sharp, well-paced novel will keep you hooked until the very end. An outstanding tale of betrayal, violence and love. Buy it. Read it. You'll love it. I did." (Amanda Prowse)
"Kimberley Chambers is the queen of the gritty, low-life tale...a fast-paced, thrill-a-minute ride that takes you on all sorts of twists and turns." (Bella)
"Easily as good as Martina Cole." (News of the World)
"Brilliantly delivers a story of violence, treachery and family ties.... Easy to read and hard to put down." (News of the World)
"A fast-paced tale with gritty authenticity." (The Guardian)

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    carrie s. 28/07/2017
    carrie s. 28/07/2017 Member Since 2017
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    loved it finnished it in 2 days kept me gripped untill the end worth the listen

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    Amazon Customer 05/07/2017 Member Since 2016
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    "born evil"

    An addictive story. This book just drags you in,it leaves you wanting to read the next chapter

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    Mollikins 27/05/2017
    Mollikins 27/05/2017 Member Since 2016
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    "OK NOT GREAT"

    This book was a little disappointing for me. After reading the Mitchells and the O'Hara's I was expecting more. I was so disappointed with the end and felt the author just rushed to a conclusion. Annie Aldington was, as usual, great but maybe I am a little biased because I am a big fan. Hopefully Kimberley's other stand alone books will be more like that of her series.

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    lydia marie courtney 02/05/2017 Member Since 2012
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    Another great story by Kimberley chambers. This book doesn't disappoint from start to finish,I would recommend

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    Mrs Eva O'Connell Bantry, Co. Cork, ROI 29/04/2017
    Mrs Eva O'Connell Bantry, Co. Cork, ROI 29/04/2017 Member Since 2015

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    "not bad"

    Not Kimberly's best, but entertaining nevertheless. Shame about the narrator s Scottish accent, really dreadful and was hard to keep focused on the sorry as it was so poor. Worth a punt though.

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