Her whole world hinged on the moment one man jumped.... On a perfect summer's day in Paris, tourists on a river trip watch in horror as drama unfolds. A small boy has fallen overboard and disappeared below the surface of the water. As his mother stands frozen to the spot, another passenger jumps....
This is the story of how a single act of courage transforms the lives of all those involved. Louise Candlish returns with her most page-turning and emotional story to date.
©2012 Louise Candlish (P)2012 W F Howes Ltd
This would be in the top 10 of the books I have read
She is always very good.
The grandmother she was strong all through the story.
I loved it, initially the first half hour was a little boring but after the story settled it was a really good read.
The depth of the story and the exploration of the characters - I looked forward to getting into my car and listening to the next chapter...
I love her voice...she is very talented and I often choose a book simply because she is the narrator.
No extreme reaction...more of a prolonged enjoyment of the story.
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