I Let You Go: The Richard & Judy Bestseller

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I Let You Go: The Richard & Judy Bestseller

I Let You Go: The Richard & Judy Bestseller

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Unable to resist, I open the box and pick up the uppermost photo: a Polaroid taken by a soft-spoken midwife on the day he was born. But gee-whiz, she has the thriller writing chops, she could have used that skill a tiny bit at the beginning. Each bus stop brings fresh news, and the snatches of gossip float back across our heads, impossible for me to avoid.

We feel the reverberations of this tragedy, and watch as our story’s characters struggle to carry its weight. They walk as quickly as five-year-old legs will allow, her free hand holding his bag, which bangs against her knees. And the significance of the words "OMG" written in the sand has to do with both my reaction and something in the book that I'm not going to tell you! I Let You Go is told from a number of viewpoints, from Jenna, a sculptor making a new life for herself in Penfach, through to police officers Ray and Kate, to Jenna’s husband.Her little boy dies - yet within three months she is "feeling alive" drawing her name in the sand, taking photos with her camera on the beach.

It has been selected for both the Richard and Judy Book Club, and was the winning title of the readers' vote for the summer 2015 selection, and ITV's Loose Women's 'Loose Books'.They are lit by the headlights of the car that hit him, as as she looks up at the unseen driver and screams for help, the car reverses, and the beams of light shrink until they are left in darkness. The author has written a psychological thriller that may seem to point to certain apparent facts to some readers but turns things around as the story unfolds.

I'm not sure the story could've handled another voice, but without her voice a crucial piece was missing. Without my realizing, hot tears stream down my cheeks and into the tissue pushed gently into my hand. Following the tragic death due to a hit and run accident of five year old Jacob Jordan, his mother disappears, blaming herself for his death. They find out that his mother has vanished and hasn't left any forwarding information of where she is.I absolutely refuse to spoil the twists found in Part Two, so I’m going to keep my Part Two praise limited to generalities. With the investigation hitting a dead end, despite the dedication and tireless work of Detective Inspector Ray Stevens and his team, the case is swept under the carpet, to make way for more high profile cases. Ray is pretty useless and his perspective is mostly him flirting blandly with another police officer while his poor wife looks after the kids. Engine whining in admonishment, the car makes two, three, four attempts to turn in the narrow street, scraping in its haste against one of the huge sycamore sentries lining the road. If you’ve read and liked Paula Hawkins’ ‘The Girl on the Train,’ which was excellent, you’ll like this too.

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