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Traces of Her

Narrated by: Rose Robinson
Length: 7 hrs and 23 mins

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An unsolved murder.

No one believed Gail Millar killed her sister and then herself 18 years ago. But if anyone knows the truth about what happened that night, they’re keeping it to themselves. 

A missing girl.

Rose’s stepsister, Willow, is always disappearing off somewhere without notice. But something feels different this time. When she receives a mysterious package from Willow containing photographs of four men, one of whom she is sure is a murderer, Rose realises she needs to find her sister and uncover the truth about her past. 

Time is running out.

Someone knows where Willow is and what happened to the sisters all those years ago. And they will do anything to stop the truth from coming out. 

Can Rose find Willow and the answers she needs before it’s too late?

©2019 Amanda Brittany (P)2019 HarperCollins Publishers Limited

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  • lisa
  • 29-01-2020

Great book!

Such a different story than your typical physco who done it drama. Loved the characters! pay attention in the beginning to get the characters straight, after that it flows well. Would definitely recommend to anyone looking for a refreshing change!

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  • Joyce Lareau
  • 26-05-2020

The MOST confusing book EVER

Starts out confusing and then just keeps getting more and more confusing. The time jumps were to often and without warning. One minute you are here in time, the next minute you are somewhere else. And I found there were to many characters to keep track of. I would definitely NOT recommend this book.