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The Picture on the Fridge

Narrated by: Matthew Lloyd Davies
Length: 7 hrs and 36 mins
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Mags Barkworth still suffers the effects of a life-changing tragedy over a decade ago.

She knows her husband loves her. She knows he would never do anything to hurt her, or their daughter. But what if the voice in her head, the one she's pushed away with therapy and anti-depressants, is telling the truth?

What if it's all a lie?

When Tam, their daughter, draws an uncannily detailed picture of a place she's never been, Mags's life starts to unravel. But even in her most paranoid moment, Mags could never have guessed the secret she is destined to uncover.

©2019 Ian W. Sainsbury (P)2019 Tantor

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the picture on the fridge<br /><br />

loved this book. suspenseful to the end.
characters were alive in my head narration clear and concise.
would happily recommend this book to anyone who loves reading. language was great. Thank you

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  • SandraL
  • 03-01-2020

Interesting storyline

This book had an intriguing beginning but then I got a bit bored, before it picked up again and the last third had me gripped. The storyline was quite horrific because it felt like something like this really could happen (It made me think of a documentary on Netflix about triplets separated at birth)

An interesting first read/listen in 2020

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  • David M
  • 25-12-2019

Science Fiction

I struggled a bit with this one. Audible classify it as a Suspense Thriller. From that perspective it just feels like a silly story. Once I got my head around it actually being a *Science Fiction* Thriller, I managed to upgrade it in my mind to 4 stars, (i.e. a reasonably good story, but still not great literature).

On the positive side, most of the story was a good read and I felt engaged and was looking forward to a good ending that explained everything. I just didn't get what I hoped for when the ending finally came. At least the story wasn't too long.

In brief, this is about Mags Barkworth from London. She's married to Bradley, a high flying Genetic Researcher originally from Boston. They have a daughter, Tam, who keeps going into a trance and drawing incredibly detailed pictures of different buildings. Afterwards she has no memory of what she did.

The story eventually leads onto a serial killer and we feel for those who are threatened by him.

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  • Miss Subratty
  • 30-01-2020

gripping

loved it.
narrator was good 😁
couldnt stop listening
finished in 2 days, which is unlike me.

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  • Elizabeth Kittredge
  • 21-01-2020

Great story

Really enjoyed listening to this. Great story line, fast moving with interesting twists and well read