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Now You See Her: The bestselling Richard & Judy favourite Paperback – 7 Mar 2019
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"'I flew through this book in three days, with my heart in my mouth. Seriously page turning' " (Lisa Jewell, author of When She Was Gone)
"Totally hooked from the first page. Such an accomplished thriller!" (Amy Lloyd, author of THE INNOCENT WIFE)
"I read this book in one tension-filled evening and couldn't go to bed until I knew how it ended." (Jenny Blackhurst, author of THE FOSTER CHILD and HOW I LOST YOU)
"‘Loved the female friendships and the constant twists and turns – a definite must-read for summer!’" (Hollie Overton, author of BABY DOLL and THE WALLS)
"Gripping thriller" (Good Housekeeping)
About the Author
Heidi Perks worked as a marketing director for a financial company before leaving to become a full-time mother and writer. She is a voracious reader of crime and thrillers and endlessly interested in what makes people tick. Heidi lives in Bournemouth with her family.
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The action starts very quickly, so there’s none of that slow-paced build up that, in some books, can become a little dull. I instantly needed to know what happened and the wait was agonising but absolutely worth it; Manipulation and twists I couldn’t have seen coming and the depth of impact that certain behaviours have on the other characters were hugely thought provoking.
Taking the edge off the chilling events are beautiful descriptions of Dorset villages and breathtaking coastlines.
This is a book that will stay with me for a long time. Highly recommended.
Charlotte and Harriet have an unlikely friendship. They are poles apart. Charlotte is outgoing, popular, has many friends and a relaxed attitude to child care. She is recently separated from her husband. Yet the women have a common bond or absent fathers and children of the same age. Charlotte is delighted Harriet agrees to leave Alice with her, and pleased she is thinking of forging a career outside of the house.
The unthinkable then happens. While in Charlotte's charge, Alice goes missing.
There are twists and turns to this novel, pretty much to the end, with little clues scattered throughout. My only criticism is as the book nears the end, the time line of 'before' and 'after' Alice goes missing becomes confusing, as does the point of view. Even though labelled in Chapter headings, its hard to follow and keep track, although I did read this on a Kindle and paperback may have made it easier.
The storyline was quite far fetched and, quite honestly (without wishing to give the plot away) it was not clear to me why the child disappeared. I could see it might make an entertaining film, but I am afraid I did not enjoy the book - very long-winded with some unnecessary detail (ie telling a police officer she had imaginary friends).
I had hoped to find a new author whose work I enjoyed, but think I will stick to re-reading my Maeve Binchy books!