Single mother Jen Cornish is just trying to hold things together for the sake of her seven-year-old son Charlie. Until the day when she does an impulsive good deed to help a neighbour, setting off a terrifying chain of events that quickly spirals out of control…
When she is arrested for a crime she didn’t commit, Jen quickly starts to wonder if someone is playing a cruel game with her - or is she losing her mind?
Desperate to clear her name with the police, she must first untangle a chilling web of lies. But someone is watching her every move – and it isn’t just Jen who is in danger.
They’re watching her child as well.
Wow, wow, Wowzers. What a book. What a great read that was.
Firstly i'm going to start with asking the author, what the hell he thinks he's doing to me?
In See how they run he had me paranoid about taking in any parcels for neighbours. In this book i'm convinced that I should not do any good turns and shouldn't attempt to return anything I find to its owner.
This was certainly a fasten your seatbelt kind of ride, I got so engrossed in this story I had to read on because I NEEDED to know who was doing what. more to the point I needed to know why they were doing it. This was very cleverly woven, the story come together brilliantly. An addictive read.
Jen Cornish is a single mother to her seven-year-old son Charlie.
On her way to work one morning she notices a man has dropped something, being the good samaritan she is Jen tries to get the item returned to the rightful owner. Doing so sets off a terrifying chain of events that quickly spirals out of control… and this is where the book becomes addictive. Jen finds herself in a whole heap of trouble, can she get out it, and can she prove she was just trying to help someone. Jen needs to start learning who can and who can't be trusted.
A brilliant nail biting read.