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Evil In Disguise: Based on True events
Another 5 star read by this fantastic Author.
M A Comley has done it again.
In this book, Mel has taken a different direction, and this one is based on a true story. As always the books are very gripping, to the point you really do get drawn in and I found myself many times talking to the book, sometimes shouting, and at other times trying to tell the character what she should and shouldn't be doing .....
I really felt like I knew the Character, Jenny is in an abusive marriage, and this book covers the subject very well. Jenny has been abused for many years by her husband Bill, yet no one, not even her children know about it.
How will Jenny deal with things, when her children finally do find out. Will they actually believe her? after all he is their wonderful loving father. And for all these years they have had no idea about any of it. Jenny has done such a good job covering up her abuse is it possible to make people believe you when you do finally tell them.
When Jenny finally get's to meet her pen pal of many years, along with another person who has been writing to her, things in her life start to change, and are people taking advantage of such a nice person, or is she just gullible and in a position in her life that it is easy for others to take advantage of her. Can she come out of years of abuse a stronger happier person, or are things just going to spiral out of control.
A must read. available now from Amazon
About the book.
From NY Times bestselling author M A Comley comes this heart-wrenching tale based on true events.
Caught in an abusive marriage, Jenny Slater desperately hopes there is more to life than the lies she tells to hide the bruises. Her three children have no idea their father is a monster, and Jenny struggles with the decision to tell them of her torment, which she can no longer bear alone.
Jenny’s pen pal in the States is the only person aware of the truth. When Helen pleads with her to visit, Jenny is undecided about leaving England when her family is at odds. However, when a letter from a mysterious source arrives, seeking Jenny’s help, she flies to the States. Her attempts to save another trapped soul only entangle her in another manipulative relationship.
Available now from Amazon
About the Author
New York times, USA Today, Amazon Top 20 bestselling author, iBooks top 5 bestselling and #2 bestselling author on Barnes and Noble. I am a British author who moved to France in 2002, and that's when I turned my hobby into a career. I'm fortunate to be represented by a top New York agent.
I share my home with two crazy dogs that like nothing better than to drag their masterful leader (that's me) around the village.
I hope you enjoy reading my books, especially the Justice series, Cruel Justice, Impeding Justice, Final Justice, Foul Justice, Guaranteed Justice, Ultimate Justice, Virtual Justice and Hostile Justice And Tortured Justice. All available now. click here.
Also available is the first book in the Hero series, TORN APART.
Plus two books in the Intention series, Sole Intention and Grave Intention.
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If you fancy a lighter read, why not try one of my romances: A Time to Heal, and A Time for Change--Based on a TRUE story. I also have a selection of short stories and novelettes available which I know you'll enjoy.
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I really wasn't sure what to expect from this book. It turned out to be quite an emotional story which leaves you thinking and asking yourself questions.
Follow Jody in her journey through her quest to get answers and then come to terms with her diagnosis. Her Emotions as she tries to understand what it is that is wrong with her, what it is that her body is doing to her or telling her.
This story highlights just how an illness can be misdiagnosed, and how easy it is to take what the experts are telling you as the right answer.
After struggling myself for many years trying to get my own illness diagnosed. I could relate to some of what was being told in this stroy. Trying to get dr's to listen to you and take what you are saying seriously.
I was really unsure about this book before I started reading it as I had read so many mixed reviews.
The book is based around Christine, who loses her memory when she goes to sleep and has to start afresh every time she wakes up. She wakes up in a strange bed with a strange man every morning, or this is how her morning starts. He's not a strange man, its not a strange bed. It's her husband and she is at home. Thanks to an accident when she was 29, Christine goes to sleep every night and has her memory erased.
With this book I found myself trying to imagine what it would be like, waking up like that each morning. I'm really not sure my hubby would cope telling me the same things each morning, he's terrible if he has to repeat himself.
Lots of twists and turns....thought I'd sussed out what was happening but, no. Brilliant!
Great story line - believable characters - gobsmacked at finding out how it ends. Couldn't wait to get to the end.
And all in all it seemed like a very easy read.
Not really sure what to say about this book, Other than WOW.
What an emotional story.
The journey one woman has to go through to save and protect her child.
How one person can be so selfish an manipulative to the point of controlling another persons life. But also amazing that when people finally realize and face up to the wrongs they have done, how others can find forgiveness.
Once you get into this book be prepared to sit up and read, because once you start you really wont want to put it down.
This is the first book i have read from this author, but i will be looking out for her other books now.
Product Description‘Your mother has been arrested. She stole you.’
For as long as thirteen-year-old Diya can remember, it’s always been just her and her mum, Vani. Despite never staying in one place long enough to call it home, with her mother by her side, Diya has never needed anything else.
Then, in an instant, Diya’s fragile world is shattered. Her mother is arrested, accused of abducting Diya when she was a baby…
Vani has spent a lifetime looking over her shoulder, determined to make the best possible life for her daughter. Now she must fight for her child, re-opening the door to her own childhood in India and the woman who was once as close to her as a sister.
Told through the eyes of Diya, Vani and Aarti, this is a heart-breaking story of friendship and betrayal, love and motherhood, which asks the question; how far would you go to protect your only child?
The Stolen Girl is an emotional, culturally rich and utterly compelling read from the new must-read name in women's fiction—Renita D'Silva.
Book 9 in the Justice series. Wow so much has happened and changed since book 1. This is one of those series that one day you know you just have to start all over again and re read them all.
In Tortured Justice - Lorne is back and still working for the met, she's now been back 12 month. And is a Detective Sergeant , along with her partner Detective Inspector Katy Foster they have a new case to solve, A man has been found dead outside a local hospital.
Before to long more bodies start to turn up, and we are soon thinking this is the same killer, and if it is Why. When reading the book, you know the who and why, but you need to know how Lorne and Katy are going to figure things out, can they piece things together and find out why these men are being murdered?
Along side working for the met, Lorne is still interfering in the day to day running of her dog rescue center which is now run by Lorne's Husband Tony, a former MI6 officer, and Lorne's daughter Charlie. We also see a return of Carol, her character I just can't help but like. I also felt like I really knew some of the new characters and could really put faces to their names. Amazing. (anyone who is friends with Mel on Facebook, or follows any of her groups, will know what i mean)
The story, like all other stories written by Mel Comley is just a fantastic enjoyable read. I can't believe how excited I get when I know the new book is out, and again, i am eagerly awaiting the next one... (No pressure, hey Mel)
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From the Back Cover
Long before Jessica Daniel became a police detective, Manchester was a ghost city after dark. Fear ruled as people were afraid to be out by themselves, the notorious Stretford Slasher terrorizing its inhabitants.
Now, twenty-five years on and the media are feeling nostalgic. But Jessica has a new case to worry about. Apparent strangers are being targeted in broad daylight, the attacker unworried about being caught. If only Jessica and her team could track him down . . .
It's the coldest spring in memory and Jessica has old friends to look out for, plus secrets - so many secrets - that should have long been buried.
About the Author
Despite two national newspaper reports to the contrary, Kerry Wilkinson is male. Honestly.
His debut, Locked In, the first title in the detective Jessica Daniel series, was written as a challenge to himself but became a UK Number One Kindle bestseller within three months of release.
His three initial Jessica Daniel books made him Amazon UK's top-selling author for the final quarter of 2011. When Think of the Children followed in 2013, he became the first formerly self-published British author to have an ebook No.1 and reach the top 20 of the UK paperback chart.
Following Playing with Fire, Thicker Than Water and Behind Closed Doors, Crossing the Line is the eighth title in the Jessica Daniel series.
Kerry has a degree in journalism, plays cricket badly and complains about the weather a lot. He was born in Somerset but now lives in Lancashire, thus explaining the climate gripes.
I was lucky enough to receive an advanced copy of this book. And as with all of Kerry's other books, I was really looking forward to reading it. As usual I was not disappointed.
Some series I find when they start getting 7/8 books in, you can start to get a little fed up of them, or going off certain characters. Not with these books, I have enjoyed each and everyone of them.
Kerry has written this the 8th book as book one of Series two, so If you have not read any of the previous books you could pick up from this point and start from here. (personally i would read them all from book one first).
I just love Jessica, there is something about her that is real, and her character is believable, with all she has been through over the years you just can't help liking and admiring her.
In this book Jessica is back to work after being off following a case that messed with her life slightly (I don't want to give to much away). And following her last case she has now been promoted to Detective Inspector. We follow a few very good story lines in this book, and one of them is based around the Stretford Slasher, a name that i couldn't help giggling at when I first read it. But is really nothing to laugh at,
As usual with Kerry this book keeps you on the edge all the way through, and has some fantastic twists in it. All in all *A Bloody good read*
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