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The Dark Side by Danielle Steel Zoe and Rose Morgan were a perfect complement as sisters. Zoe had dark, shining, straight hair, Rose on the other hand had curly, halo of white-blond hair which sat as a cap on her head. Zoe always was shy, Rose was an irresistible child. Rose was three when she was diagnosed with leukemia. Zoe asked her mother what that was and she tried to explain it to her. Zoe saw something else in her eyes, fear. Rose would go to hospital with her mother and Zoe stayed with her dad.
Rose was in the hospital a lot the first year. She slept a lot and then Rose had a bone marrow transplant from her mother and she got well again. Her hair came back a little darker then it use to be...Read More
About The Book
It was meant to be your daughter’s first sleepover. Now it’s an abduction. Lucia Blix went home from school for a playdate with her new friend Josie. Later that evening, Lucia’s mother Elisa dropped her overnight things round and kissed her little girl goodnight.
That was the last time she saw her daughter.
The next morning, when Lucia’s dad arrived to pick her up, the house was empty. No furniture, no family, no Lucia.
We’re almost an hour delayed when we push back from the gate, but the pilots are confident we’ll recover the time with the strong tail wind. I close all the galley lockers and run through the checklist, then speak to the passengers as we taxi away from the terminal. Gloomy clouds churn above us: another grey and windy day...
Sunday, July 19, 2020 Thriller
About The Book
She’s got your job. She wants your life…
When Katherine first meets her new intern Lily, she’s captivated. Young, beautiful and confident, Lily reminds Katherine of everything she once was – and it’s not long before she develops a dark fascination with her new colleague.
But is Lily as perfect as she seems, or does she have a sinister hidden agenda? As Katherine is drawn into an obsessive power struggle with the intern, a disturbing picture emerges of two women hiding dark secrets – and who are desperate enough to do anything to come out on top…
I don’t believe in coincidences, I am not sure if I’ve always been so paranoid or is a secondary effect of reading so many books...Read More
Wednesday, June 24, 2020 General
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The Man Behind Closed Doors a Mystery by Maria Frankland What could be so bad that a six-year-old stops talking?
Domestic violence isn’t only perpetrated by men. Ask Paul Jackson who is on remand, accused of stabbing his wife, Michelle. As he reveals his reality
behind their troubled marriage, it seems that only his six-year-old knows what really happened. But she’s trapped in her own world of silence.
If a woman is found beaten at her home they will arrest the husband, but if you change the situation and put a man beaten by a woman, the police will not take the situation seriously and let the woman go free. Is it fair? Domestic violence is something that women and men can suffer at home, maybe it’s time that we remember it and start taking it seriously.Read More