Can't Let Go - Jane Hill Reviews
Description:ISBN 0099514982 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Jane Hill / Paperback / 384 Pages / Book is published 2009-01-29 by Arrow
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I'm watching you. I know everywhere you go. When Beth Stephens op ...
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I'm watching you... I know everywhere you go... These are the words glaring up at Beth Stephens when she opens a mysterious note which has been delivered to her and understandably, it leaves her feeling terrified. Somebody appears to be watching Beth and knows her every move, which would be alarming to anyone, but to Beth it suddenly seems that everything she has done to build her life over recent years is about to come crashing down around her. Since an incident which occured when Beth was just 18 years old and spending some time with her sister's godmother in San Francisco, Beth has carefully built her life on a lie and tried to keep herself ... Read the complete review
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