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An enjoyable read from Lucy Dawson,
This review is from: Little Sister (Paperback)
When Kate is woken by a phone call in the middle of the night from Mexico to say that her sister Anya is missing, presumed dead, she's confused as as she didn't even know even know Anya was in Mexico!
But the one thing that Kate is convinced of is that Anya is still alive somewhere as she's an accomplished diver, despite what the evidence is pointing to, but how can she help her from the other side of the world especially when she has a newborn baby son to look after.
It's clear from the start that Kate and Anya have a strained relationship and as the story progresses we learn more about the events that led to the tragic death of their younger sister Emily which tore their whole family apart.
However, despite everything family is still extremely important to Kate, especially now she has one of her own, so she's determined to do whatever it takes to make people listen to her in the search for Anya.
The story is narrated from the points of views of both sisters alternating between Kate's fears back in England and Anya's struggles in Mexico. I have to confess that I thought there was going to be a little more behind Anya's disappearance than there actually was but despite this I'm definitely glad that I read this book.