Why would anyone confess to the murder of someone who isn't dead? Ruth Bussey knows what it means to be in the wrong and to be wronged. She once did something she regrets, and her punishment nearly destroyed her. Now Ruth is rebuilding her life, and has found a love she doesn't believe she deserves: Aidan Seed. Aidan is also troubled by a past he hates to talk about, until one day he decides he must confide in Ruth.
He tells her that years ago he killed someone: a woman called Mary Trelease. Ruth is confused. She's certain she's heard the name before, and when she realises why it sounds familiar, her fear and confusion deepen - because the Mary Trelease that Ruth knows is very much alive.
©2009 Sophie Hannah (P)2009 ISIS Publishing Ltd
The narration was good, with excellent voices.
The story dragged on a little and was quite a complicated story. However, it was gripping at times.
She brings the characters to life very well.
"Read them in order!"
I've done my usual and read this particular series out of order, don't make the same mistake as me, as it is quite relevant to the two main characters.
A couple are considering getting married, but decide they must be completely honest about their lives before they met. The girl is understandably gutted when the guy admits to killing a woman. Did he really do it, or is there a cover up going on?
She writes well, but honestly she doesn't half go on. I read some of her short stories previously and liked them, but this finished me with her. It wasn't worth it, I dont believe a word of it and wish I hadn't bothered
"Really enjoyed this"
Well written and couldn't wait to go to bed to listen to it there! (Think I went early one night just so I could)
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