An Imperfect Past: A Kim Slade Novel Paperback – 1 Apr 2017
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"Aims to please readers who like to keep guessing and aren't put off by a gruesome murder or more."--Kirkus Reviews
About the Author
Eve Seymour lives in the United Kingdom. Married with five grown-up children, she has had a number of short stories broadcast on BBC Radio Devon and is the author of seven crime/spy novels. She works as an editorial consultant, specialising in crime fiction, for Writer's Workshop. Beautiful Losers is her debut in an exciting new series of psychological thrillers wih Midnight Ink.
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I read almost half of this story and honestly got bored. I saw no sense of pursuing Nick as Mimi had passed away. Mimi was dead and it really was none of Kim’s business and she had enough just dealing with her mother and her problems with the law. But as far as Monica goes why would Kim all of sudden be there for her after how Kim had been treated and at the very least go to the cottage and see if there was anything under the floorboards in the attic. This just didn’t keep my interest and kind of jumped all over. The beginning started out pretty good but then for me just went downhill as I read on.
On her first day back of counseling young women wiht eating disorders, she's informed that a former patient of hers, Mimi Vellender, is in the hospital and dying. Rushing to her, Mimi has a request ... please find her brother Nicholas who disappears 5 years earlier.
If that's not enough stress, Kim's mother shows up ... the mother she hasn't seen or talked to in over 20 years. Not exactly thrilled to see her again, she learns that her mother recently worked for a judge who was murdered. Feeling that she can't turn the woman away, she finds a place for her to stay and finds her an attorney. Is this the reason her mother wants this reunion now?
As Kim turns to investigating on her own, she finds all kinds of questions .. but not many answers..... especially when both quests seemingly are one crime.
Lots of suspects keep the reader highly interested. More bodies fall. Secrets and lies are unmasked.
Many thanks to the author / Midnight Ink / Netgalley for the digital copy of this suspenseful book. Opinions expressed here are unbiased and entirely my own.