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  • Easy read

    Great build up but the ending was a little disappointing.

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  • Captivating

    This is a solid read combing family drama with some police procedural thrown in. Mostly told from the perspective of Annie who has a very close family base, works with several of her family and lives near to them. Annie’s life is thrown into chaos when a teenage prank results in her daughter being arrested and in time her dna proves to be a familial match to a cold case murder meaning her husband, brother in law and father-in-law are all prime suspects. The drama is very well considered, the effect both on Annie and the rest of the family, the doubt, the loyalties being questioned and the pressure of just waiting for the damning dna evidence proving which of the males is the likely killer. On the flip side the police case was well handled with an interesting lead detective and her frustration with the handling of the original case. This was a great read, captivating and very easy to sympathise with Annie and the overall storyline proved quite disturbing.

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  • Great book!

    Really enjoyed this book. As always the characters are believable and the story line is compelling.

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  • Simply Superb!

    Susan Lewis continues to impress with her art of taking an ordinary family, and placing them in extraordinary situations whilst making a good story from it. The Lost Hours is a well written, emotionally charged story chock full of suspicion and accusations. David and Annie Crayce have everything they could ever have wished for...then something happens that turns their lives upside down. David is accused of murder and it seems there is DNA evidence to prove his guilt. The reader follows Annie and the Crayce family on a collision course in a search for answers. The Lost Hours was gritty, emotionally gripping and the story built very nicely. The characters were well-drawn and an interesting combination as Susan Lewis revealed their struggles, gradually drip-feeding information in a way that made me desperate to continue reading. For certain, it was a provocative drama-style tale that explored the emotional impact of the situation on the close-knit family with divided loyalties as the main theme, as well as doubt, love, anger, guilt, disbelief and much more besides. I enjoyed reading The Lost Hours as much as my last novel, Forgive Me, by Susan Lewis who continues to thrill me with her wonderful, top-notch writing. The Lost Hours is an extremely worthwhile read that I have no hesitation in recommending. I received a complimentary copy of this novel at my request from HarperCollins UK via NetGalley. This review is my own unbiased opinion.

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