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When Jules Bright hears a knock on the door, the last person she expects to find is a detective bringing her the news she's feared for the last three years.

Amelia Quentin is being released from prison. Jules' life is very different now from the one she'd known before Amelia shattered it completely. Knowing the girl is coming back, she needs to decide what to do. Friends and family gather round, fearing for Jules' safety. They know that justice was never served; every one of them wants to make the Quentin girl pay.

The question is, what will Jules do, and which of them - her or Amelia - has the most to fear?

©2016 Susan Lewis Ltd (P)2016 Random House AudioBooks

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 24-03-2016

loved it,

I really enjoyed this book though sometimes found the accents annoying. soon got so lost in the story I didn't notice them. Got me through a couple of long drives

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  • Janice
  • 22-08-2016

Two stories in one

Loved this book. Very hard to put down. At first you wanted to know what had happened to her family and then when you did find out there was still 17 more chapters to go, so then you wanted to find out if justice was going to be done. Lots of twists and turns, sometimes a little unbelievable perfect family life, but a well thought out story.

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  • vicki
  • 28-04-2016

Exciting listen!

To start with, I got a little confused with who was who, but once the story unraveled, I couldn't stop listening to it, I really enjoyed this story, one of my favourite Susan Lewis books!

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  • Louise Digby
  • 21-10-2016

Heart wrenching story

Very sad at times but the ending was heart warming. The only grumble is that it seemed very short.

I've loved all of Susan Lewis' books so far

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  • Kay Cookson
  • 02-10-2016

What a super book!

I am sorry I have finished this book. Could not stop listening to it,many a household chore got left. Quite complicated at first till you the idea of the two time frames,but soon used to it.
Excellent narration, good accents throughout. One of Susan Lewis's best stories.

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  • Sheila Harvey
  • 19-09-2016

Another great story by Susan Lewis!

Beautifully written, great characters, was moved to tears at times! such a good storyline, excellent.

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  • Annie
  • 23-08-2018

Tedious family story

I stuck with this book because I was hoping for, perhaps, a twist or and exciting ending, but sadly no. It was probably about three hours too long and the author had a very annoying habit in the beginning of mentioning a character's name, but not explaining until much later who that character was. The reader made a fair job of the Devonshire accent for Jules, but the other voices were far too similar to make the story interesting to listen to and I'd have preferred some indication that the story was switiching from the present into the past. The main characters were far too good to be true, as was the incredibly precocious Daisy - I've never known an almost three-year-old who could handle a camera! The trial scenes could have been much more exciting and it was a great disappointment that the mysterious death of Amelia's mother wasn't investigated at all. Glad the book's over, and won't be trying any more by Susan Lewis.

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  • Sally7216
  • 29-03-2018

Always enjoy Susan Lewis books

Another great storyline. Bit disappointed how many times 'incredulously' was used but still loved it.

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  • CLAIRE
  • 19-10-2017

Brilliant

What a fantastic book, was a bit unsure of the direction it was heading in to start with, but was soon gripped. Not many books bring a tear to my eye but this one did. Loved it.