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Summary

ONE DIED. WHO LIED? 

A horrific car crash in Belize has devastated Helen Pengilly’s family, leaving her daughter in a coma and her husband Michael missing. Alone and terrified, Helen’s memory is dragged back to that day 22 years ago. To protect their family, Helen and Michael both said they would forget what happened. But now it seems that there is someone who will stop at nothing to make them remember....

Who is playing the blame game?

©2019 C.J. Cooke (P)2019 HarperCollins Publishers

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I was a bit disappointed by the story I understood the overall concept of the book but in.parts the story felt a bit ridiculous. Some parts were intriguing but as it unfolded I did not get the feeling of a interesting story

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  • 17-09-19

I almost fell asleep. Twice.

This book was very slow. very, very slow. Bea Holland did a good job narrating it but it was hard to stay awake listening to this. The story was alright but took forever to come together considering nothing really happened.

my suggestion? just read the final two chapters. she sums it all up there. save yourself 10 hours of agony.