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Stranger Child (DCI Tom Douglas)


Stranger Child (DCI Tom Douglas)

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    Rachel Abbott(Author) Audible Studios(Producer) Lisa Coleman(Reader)
One dark secret. One act of revenge. When Emma Joseph met her husband, David, he was a man shattered by grief. His first wife had been killed outright when her car veered off the road. Just as tragically, their six-year-old daughter mysteriously vanished from the scene of the accident. Now, six years later, Emma believes the painful years are behind them. She and David have built a new life together and have a beautiful baby son, Ollie.

Lisa Jacqueline Coleman is an English actress and volunteer occupational therapist, best known for her roles in the BBC TV program The Story of Tracy Beaker (and later Tracy Beaker Returns) as Cam Lawson, and as Nurse Jude Korcanik in Casualty. Her radio work includes a six-part series for the BBC in 1999, Old Dog and Partridge.Rachel Abbott is a British author of psychological thrillers. A self-publisher, her first three novels have combined to sell over one million copies, and have all been bestsellers on Amazon's Kindle store.

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  • By Dorothy Gingell on 2 March 2017

    Another absolutely gripping thriller from Rachel Abbott. Tense, disturbing and nearly made me miss my stop on my commute a couple of times. I realised that I was reading it out of sequence with regard to the life of the detective - but it honestly doesn't matter as Rachel's books don't presume you know everything about a character used before and work perfectly as "stand alone" reads. Can't wait to read Nowhere Child now, which at least will be in the right order for the same characters......

  • By Happy Reader on 3 September 2017

    I alway enjoy Rachel Abbott's books but this one in particular, really kept me turning the pages. Believable plot, good characterisation and a thoroughly good read. It made me go on to re-read Nowhere Child (the follow up novella), and it added so much more dimension to that, knowing the back story. If you enjoy this sort of genre and want a good read, look no further.

  • By Janie on 10 June 2015

    I started 'Stranger Child' yesterday and was immediately hooked. I read well into the night, and woke up early this morning to finish it. Absolutely brilliant ... as are all of her books. She had me right from 'Only the Innocent' and I only hope that the next one isn't too far away. Thank you so much, Rachel ... please keep the books coming.

  • By Suzy on 12 April 2015

    What an amazing book! So many twists and turns kept me enthralled from the first page.The author brings her characters to life in such a way as you feel you know them and I'm upset to have finished. This is the first book I've read by Rachel but it definitely won't be the last.If you like thrillers you'll love this I'd definitely recommend it x

  • By Daisy on 18 March 2017

    What a great read. Loved it. Did start to wonder towards the end of what did happen was going to happen but regardless I thoroughly enjoyed it.

  • By Felicity Wills on 13 March 2017

    Buy this immediately. It is not often you come across a really original plot, but this mystery will keep you guessing right til the final page.

  • By Eva C on 17 September 2016

    A good read! As a commuter I couldn't wait to get on the train and continue reading this story! Interesting plot, likable characters. I've enjoyed all the books by this author and look forward to reading more in the future.

  • By Andrea aged 41 & Ben aged 6 on 13 March 2017

    Enjoyed this book because it detailed how characters feel and interact on normal everyday lives ... was very thought provoking - excellent!

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