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  • Compulsive & Thrilling

    Stop At Nothing was an incredibly thrilling and compulsive read - in this instance, inspired by events in Tammy Cohen’s own life, as she disclosed in a postscript. Unlike virtually everyone else it seems, Tammy Cohen is a new-to-me author and I think I have been missing out, but not any more! I loved everything about this book from the love-to hate characters, the fascinating plot, the brilliant pacing and the astonishing and completely unexpected ending. I will be catching up with some this author's previous work, probably starting with The Mistress' Revenge. A very worthwhile read and a well deserved five stars. I received a complimentary digital copy of this novel, at my own request, from Random House UK/ Transworld Digital via NetGalley. This review is my own unbiased opinion.

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  • A great read

    Tessa is woke late at night by her 16 year old daughter, Em being brought home by a stranger, Frances after being attacked when she got off the bus on her way home from a party. Luckily, Frances was passing and frightened off the attacker and both Tessa and Em were eternally grateful. When Em is unable to identify her attacker in the ID parade, Tessa starts to obsess about protecting her daughter and convinces herself that she knows who he is and where he lives. Encouraged by Frances, she starts to broadcast what Stephens did but then he finds out where she lives and turns the tables. Tessa is recently divorced, estranged by her oldest daughter and menopausal so this extra stress spirals her imagination out of control. A gripping story line that every parent will relate to in one way or another - a young daughter being attacked but the perpetrator walking free and the feeling of helplessness to keep them safe. As the story progresses, you do start to work out what is really going on but a great read.

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