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  • Are You My Mother?

    Phoebe Locklear needs to find out who she is. She knocks on the door of a woman she believes is her mother. I read this in one sitting as I needed to know too. The book was well-plotted and fast-paced. I enjoyed Phoebe's character. She was a very strong person who just wanted to find out what happened so many years before. There were lots of twists and turns which keep me reading to the very end. I enjoyed Sam Hepburn's writing and look forward to reading her other books. I would highly recommend this book to those who love psychological thrillers. Thanks to Bookcoulture and NetGalley for suppling me with a free copy for an honest review.

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  • Good Read

    My first by this author and it grabbed me right out of the gate. There are lots of twists and turns. Dense and tightly written, it was a good read.

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  • An emotional read

    Gone Before immediately got my attention after reading the blurb and it is a book that I just had to read. When I started, I instantly got lost in its pages and was mesmerised by the story that Sam Hepburn has masterfully put together. San Hepburn has crafted an emotional tale that really pulls on the heartstrings. It deals with a number of topics covering kidnapping, murder, suicide, abuse and rape just to name a few, which may be a trigger for some readers. The story has been very well plotted and skilfully executed. It moves at a fast pace and flows very well. There is a lot going on and at times I was concerned as the pages flew by that there was going to be some loose ends, but I had nothing to worry about and everything wraps up as it should. I enjoyed the characters in the book, who have all been very well written, but the stand out for me was definitely Phoebe. She is a great character that is not without flaws, but this is what makes her so relatable and believable. Sam Hepburn is a new author to me and is one that will now be on my radar. She has a very unique style that I immediately connected with and the whole story has been beautifully written. Based on this, I look forward to reading more of her work in the future. Gone Before is an excellent psychological thriller that will have you glued to the pages. It is a rollercoaster ride that has a lot of twists and turns which makes for a very enjoyable read. It was a pleasure to read and review Gone Before which I recommend.

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  • Gone before

    Starts out a bit slow But gets better Really enjoyed it and some good twists

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  • Interesting Read

    Fifteen years after the worse case of child abduction in British history, a young girl named Phoebe shows up at the doorstep of Kay Duncan, who she was told is her real mother after the woman Roz who abducted and raised her passes away from cancer. She has the childhood memories of the five year old named Maya Duncan and when her maternity test comes back negative and Kay turns up dead, she is determined to find the truth of who she really is in this interesting psychological thriller. Death, sadness, and unanswered questions seem to follow her wherever she goes. She learns things along the way who her father is and more details about both of the mysterious women in her life. Kay had been harrassed and her named dragged through the mud as the media and society believes she killed Maya in cold blood all those years ago. Roz joined a cult when she was young and impressionable, escaped with her baby, and raised her at a nature reserve in Africa. There were so many character's lives woven into this book that sometimes it was hard to keep up, but it all ties together quite well in the very ending. Thank you NetGalley for allowing me to leave my honest review.

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