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  • When She Was Good

    Absolutly loved it. As always a beautifully written book that leaves you wanting more.

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  • Outstanding!

    When She Was Good is the 2nd book in Michael Robotham's fantastic criminal psychologist series. Cyrus Haven is a man who has suffered serious trauma following the loss of his family. Being a survivor, he is racked by guilt though visits his brother, Elias, at Rampton, a high security psychiatric hospital. In this story, Evie (Angel Face) Cormac, now 17, who was found as a child hiding in the home of a gruesomely murdered man, is growing up in a secure children's home. Adam Guthrie, her social worker, is a professional without much skill and Evie has a hard time at the home. With a history of being let down, trust is a mammoth issue for her, and as Cyrus gets closer to uncovering answers about Evie’s dark past, he exposes Evie to terrible danger... When She Was Good, with its dual timeline, was suspenseful and dark and the flawed characters were both wonderful and fascinating with a richness to them that really drew me in. There was a fantastic flow to Michael Robotham’s writing which was extremely appealing. The perfect pacing allowed me to fully appreciate the story with no dips in concentration. The story itself highlighted some very uncomfortable issues, including human trafficking and both physical and sexual abuse but nevertheless, it was a thoroughly immersive and compulsively readable thriller and a possible contender for one of my favourites of the year. I am eagerly awaiting the next instalment! I received a complimentary copy of this novel at my request from Little, Brown Book Group UK/ Sphere via NetGalley. This review is my own unbiased opinion.

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  • When She Was Good

    Excellent fast paced story . A lot of twists and turns keeping you riveted Ali g the way. Highly recommend this book

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  • A satisfying, gripping read

    The second of a 2 part novel with many echoes from the real world. Robotham draws his characters delicately but precisely until one feels one knows the protagonists intimately. An unstoppable read which takes you gradually into a sometimes revolting world without descending into graphic detail, tempered with the resilience and beauty of human relationships.

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  • When she was bad

    What a fabulous writer Robotham is,you will be gripped by this book from the moment you start to read . I've read everyone of his books mostly from my local public library but this new format is brilliant. I am hooked now

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