The One You Love - Kindle Edition Reviews
Description:Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: Paul Pilkington / Kindle Edition
Newest Review: ... brother, father and ex-fiance, Stuart, with an even darker secret apparently hidden and waiting to come out. Is the past ... more
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by - written on 10/07/13 (Very useful, 30 readings)
This was a Kindle free book, and to sum it up in one phrase it would be: I'm glad I didn't pay for it. ~Synopsis~ The book opens with the central character, Emma, setting off on her hen-party, receiving a call from her brother who tells her that her fiancé, Dan, has failed to turn up for his stag night. Amid some panic Emma and best friend Lizzie leave the hen party to find out what's happened to Dan, and they discover his brother in their flat, having been brutally attacked and left for dead, with Dan nowhere to be found. The story (in theory) follows the search for Dan, as he is initially assumed to be guilty of the attack. The central ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/01/12 (Very useful, 54 readings)
In this suspense mystery by Paul Pilkington we meet a young actress, Emma Holden, whose life is about to get very complicated. On her hen night she learns that her fiancé, Dan, has gone missing and she finds his brother, Richard, unconscious on the bathroom floor of their flat, with a serious head wound. Is Dan responsible for the attack and, if so, why? The police seem to think so, but Emma can't bring herself to believe it. With the help of her brother, Will, and best friend, Lizzie, she embarks on an investigation of her own, determined to find her fiancé and uncover the truth. Emma can't shake off a nagging fear that history may be repeating itself, because her last . Read the complete review
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