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Behind Shadows

The Adam Stanley Thriller Series, Book 1
Narrated by: Rebecca Reed
Series: The Adam Stanley Series, Book 1
Length: 7 hrs and 43 mins
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Amanda Flynn's life is falling apart. Her spineless cheating husband has taken her beloved children. Her paedophile father, who went to prison vowing revenge, has been abruptly released. And now someone in the shadows is watching her every move.

When one by one her father and his cohorts turn up dead, Amanda finds herself at the centre of several murder investigations;with no alibi and a diagnosis of Multiple Personality Disorder. Abandoned, scared and fighting to clear her name as more and more damning evidence comes to light, Amanda begins to doubt her own sanity.

Could she really be a brutal killer? A gripping psychological thriller not to be missed....

©2014 Netta Newbound (P)2018 Netta Newbound

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All I have to say is DNF

My main problem was Michael and Amanda's relationship he was a cheating bastard and she was ok with it. That was what hung over my head for the first 7 chapters. literally in the first 2 minutes she walks in on him in the act. Then when they get home he tries pinning her down on the bed feeling scared she fights out of the situation and apologizes in the morning.
I would get it if they were two people who are no longer in love with each other but are staying together for the sake of their kids but no they actually pretend it's a working relationship. she finds proof of him cheating and does nothing about it because finding out the information only clarified to her that their marriage was truly over.

Amanda was such a complacent character in a bad situation that I couldn't continue her story to find out the mystery.