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    The lost kids

    Very easy read. Believable flawed characters. It is still full of suspense after you know tge identity of the killer. Great job
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    Predictable ending

    Not enough suspense and surprises. More twists would have been better.
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    brilliant star to a new series

    Meet DI Lucy Harwin and get drawn into a story full of fright, misunderstanding and hate. At times it was hard to read about how mentally ill people where treated not so long ago. And to find out that even children got the same treatment as the adults was really upsetting. How can it be that little children have to live in an asylum, getting no love (due to nurses slapping them around, high on the power they have over their wards) and than forcing into having a lobotomy. I had to stop reading a few times, just to take a deep breath and be thankful for that today medicine has come a long way. In the history of The Moore, the asylum where hundreds of children met their fate, there was at least one girl, deserving to be in that place. After killing her little brother, Lizzy gets placed in the asylum by her parents. And she never talks to them again, until one night 38 years later. A great read and a very good start to a new series. I can’t wait to see what’s going to happen next with Lucy and her colleagues. especially Mattie. I think there is a lot more to tell about them and I’m looking forward to finding out. I chose to read this book and all opinions in this review are my own and completely unbiased. Thank you, NetGalley and Bookouture!
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    Great new series

    Great story! Well written. I like the new series and the characters! Looking forward to #2.
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    Great

    Couldn't It it down, gripping from beginning to the end
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