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Summary

Where is the line between hope and madness? 

Stella and her boyfriend were teenagers when their one-year-old daughter, Alice, vanished during a beach vacation. Though her body was never found, Alice was assumed to have drowned. Twenty-one years later, Stella is a happily married mother to a 13-year-old son and a successful therapist. But everything falls apart when a new patient walks into her office. The young woman introduces herself as Isabelle - but Stella is sure it’s Alice. 

When no one believes her, Stella begins to doubt her own mind. Even when her life is threatened, she can’t convince anyone the danger is real. But for the chance to get her daughter back, Stella will risk anything: her license, her marriage, her life. And in doing so, she’ll confront a series of chilling questions. What happened on the beach all those years ago? And if Alice is alive, why has she come back now? And how far will Stella go to save her?

©2018 Elisabeth Norebäck (P)2018 Audible, Ltd

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great book

read this in two days was very good and even though I guessed the plot it didn't stop my enjoyment of reading on.

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A lot of complaining

I don’t know if it was the narrator but I struggled with the complaining in particular the complaint moaning voice. The book became much more interesting towards the end then I couldn’t put it down.
Overall an interesting read.

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Very good and I can't wait till the next book is out
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very compelling listen

at first was very unsure but suck with it and so glad I did it made me feel so frustrated for Stella so sorry for the child caught n a web of lies and sadness.. in parts drew me in that I I dared not to move incase I missed a bit of evidence wished at times I could shout out keep going Stella your not mad they are …….fabulous listen narrated as usual by Annie fantastic narrator