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    ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

    This is the first book I read by the author Jake Cross and wow was it really good. He is my new favorite author. It is a stand alone novel which is nice. This book is about a mother, Anna, who will do anything to get her five year old daughter back. I really liked how the author portrayed Anna. All this mother wanted was to get her daughter back and would stop at nothing to do this. In the end she had to be brave and face her demons of the past to do this. I also liked there were so many twists and turns throughout the whole book. You never knew what surprise was coming next. This book had me guessing up til the end. I just love books like this. Between the plot, characters and all the twists in this book it made it an easy and fast read. I would definitely recommend it and happily give it 5 Hearts❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️
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    The family lie - Jake Cross

    A well told and engrossing tale of deception and anguish . Well worth the read
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    The Family Lie

    The plot was interesting but was overshadowed by the stupidity of the characters. Police who continue to allow the victims to ompromise their work. Parents with a kidnapped child who endanger the child more by repeated behsvior.
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    Fantastic Read!

    Oh, what a tangled web we weave, when first we practice to deceive! This is the perfect quote for this story! Right from the get go there is no build up to this family thriller and we are thrown head first in the main character Anna’s worst nightmare. Her daughter Josie is no where to be found and to makes matters even worse, her husband Nick is also missing! A police investigation quickly gets underway with their suspicions that Nick is responsible for their little lady’s disappearance. Unable to believe that her husband could have taken Josie, Anna receives a text message from Nick that throws her world upside down and it appears that Nick is involved! But when Nick is found drugged and unable to let anyone know where and what has happened to Josie the plot thickens as to who is responsible and why. Is Anna really the victim? or has a mistake from her past come back to haunt her and is she the reason Josie was taken in the first place? What follows is a fast pace thriller to keep you on your toes and has you guessing who can be trusted in this situation. This is a well written thriller that cleverly makes you think you have figured out who the culprit is only to then push it into a entirely different direction. A great read and I look forward to more of Jake’s work in the future. I rate this book ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
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    Solid story.

    A great read, and I loved how all the loose ends were tied up. Chapter titles would have been better, so I could find bits to reread easier. But hey.
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