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    Superb read

    Had me hooked from the first chapter and I didn't stop turning the pages until I finished the book some 10 hours later. I really hope there's more to come from Francine and Autumn. I'd give it 10 stars if I could.
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    I Know Where She Is

    We have Francine and Will very much in love they have a daughter Autumn who disappears. Will goes all out to keep Autumn in the publics thoughts he does Tv interviews he writes a book and turns to counselling people who have lost children. Whereas Francine turns to the bottle unable to cope with the loss she falls to pieces but all that's about to change coming up for the 10 year anniversary of her disappearance she finds a note saying I Know Where She Is it was written by Lena who tells Francine she's being held as was Lena until she escaped. Francine immediately contacts Will who doesn't want to know he has remarried and he doesn't believe what Lena is saying.... I like the way it's written it shows how a tragedy can effect everyone differently it also shows when there's hope we get strength from within. There are some subjects which people make not like sadly this is a fact of life in this day and age, I think it has been tackled with care and respect while still getting the point across. Would definitely recommend it.

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