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Best-selling author Maggie James is back with a stunning new thriller full of twists, turns and intrigue. 

When Lyddie takes her sister to Devon to recover after a recent suicide attempt, it starts a train of events that will put their lives in grave danger. Ellie has been the victim of a professional con artist who stole her savings, then disappeared from her life. 

Driven by her own history of failed relationships, Lyddie vows revenge on the man who broke her sister’s heart. She assumes a false identity and begins her hunt for a man she knows to be cold, calculating and ruthless. But who is fooling whom? Can Lyddie find the justice she seeks and heal her damaged sister?

©2018 Maggie James (P)2018 W. F. Howes Ltd

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Superb book

I loved this book . The characters seemed real and I felt I could empathise with their situation . It has a great storyline full of twists and turns with a thrilling climax that kept my attention to the very end .
I would highly recommend this book and this author !

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Intriguing tale

I really enjoyed the book, unusual plot, p!entry of surprises and the ending didn't disappoint. I would certainly read this author again , plus the narrator was excellent.

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Don’t bother.

I really wanted to like this book - the synopsis sounded really interesting. It started off ok, but quickly became far fetched, predictable nonsense.