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Publisher's Summary

A shadow follows Sophie. Watching. Waiting.

Her instinct tells her that it's someone she knows. But who? The man she met Internet dating? The nurse caring for her ill mother? Or is her mother faking her illness?

The only thing she knows is that she can't trust anyone. Sophie must delve into a dark history to reveal her stalker. But there are some stories that should never be told.

©2016 Sarah A. Denzil (P)2016 Tantor

Critic Reviews

"So many interesting characters that I ended up suspecting them all, but then the story twists and you're like... what?! Loved it." (Shalini Boland, author of The Girl from the Sea)

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Boring

This one was Predictable and the reader was terrible. Skip this one and save yourself a credit.

74 of 80 people found this review helpful

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No sure why this got such great reviews....

This was boring and weird. The narrator sounded like a little old grandmother. Yikes- don't even waste your time.

66 of 74 people found this review helpful

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Decent

Not so bad. Sofie is a woman with an abusive mother, a timid personality and a lonely life.
She begins to be stalked and the story leads to learning who is behind it.

While not exciting in anyway, it passes the time nicely and seemed to keep my interest.

34 of 39 people found this review helpful

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The Broken Ones

Kept my interest. Well written. I had the audible version and liked the narrator. The ending surprised me. I received the PDF version at no charge but paid for the audible version. The book is not the usual type of mystery but it is an enjoyable mysterious. I would like to read more books by this author.

24 of 28 people found this review helpful

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Great Story!!

A must read from start to finish very exciting with a little twist. Kept me interested all the way through.

15 of 20 people found this review helpful

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Mind Bending Suspense

This is a great mind messing book. Not give to much away, you do feel sorry for the mane character and wonder the whole time if her mother has finally pushed her off the deep end. The ending is sickly satisfying.

19 of 27 people found this review helpful

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Suspenseful and brilliant reading

The story was refreshingly new and was brilliantly read by Alison Larkin. The Voice differentiation for characters was amazing. The story itself kept me hooked and I couldn't wait to finish the very last bit. Living with an Alzheimer patient is difficult and the author took you straight there.

1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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Pleasantly Surprised!

This audiobook was actually pretty good, with a nice little twist near the end, and for the most part, great narration, except for the fac

1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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A mystery with a Hitchcock atmosphere

An English school teacher spends her nights caring for her mother who is declining with early-onset Alzheimer's. It's not a happy chore, caring for a woman who was angry and cruel when she was a child and is no more pleasant under the burden of this disease.

Strange things begin to happen. Lost keys. A found button. Memories of a shadow friend. Her mother wakes in the dark hours telling of a presence in her room. 

Soon she learns that her mother carries a horrible secret.

Denzil has created a mystery in the Hitchcock tradition as strange events compile around a lonely woman. The reader is teased along wondering whether it's the mother, a man from an online dating site who she only met for tea, or is she the one doing these things with no memory? It has the feel and pace of a horror story until there's a sudden shift in the action and the ending may make you question your own feelings. In any case it's an unusual book that is an interesting and often spooky read. Your ultimate feeling about the book will probably depend on whether or not you accept the sudden change in action and the mystery's reveal. I won't spoil a bit of it for you but I'm still pondering the twist and the ending a few days after finishing the book.

Alison Larkin deserves particular praise for a really exceptional reading.

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endings

good plot but character development poor for some. lately endings not solid, but let's reader decide.

1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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  • MrsV Ridge
  • 08-28-17

A brilliant book

It keeps you guessing all the time is this person or is her her mother

3 of 3 people found this review helpful

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  • Miss Claire A Phipps
  • 10-01-17

Disappointing

I would have given up but since I paid I listened to the end. Very disappointing, the story was predictable and the narration annoying. The main character was meant to be 35 but sounded and acted more like 55. Perhaps the previous book by Sarah Denali was too good and expectations for this straight after were too high. Save to say I'm glad it's finished.

2 of 2 people found this review helpful

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  • Lana
  • 03-22-17

good portrait of Alzhimers

I found this story to go on a little and drag out, the ending was a disappointment for the very long buildup to it. I won't be in a rush to read other books from this author.

4 of 7 people found this review helpful

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  • Mrs. Robina C. Morris
  • 11-05-17

Total thriller

Pulls you in you have to finish the book it grabs you bought for my holiday lasted 2 days

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  • Sally-ann
  • 10-18-17

Frustration

Great concept for a story - gosh I hated the mother through the story - selfish woman right to the end - the first half of the book made me so annoyed - but once the twin was discovered I just wanted to know how it ended xx

0 of 3 people found this review helpful