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The Girl in the Red Coat (Unabridged Audiobook)


The Girl in the Red Coat (Unabridged Audiobook)

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    Available in PDF Format | The Girl in the Red Coat (Unabridged Audiobook).pdf | English
    Kate Hamer(Author)
When Beth Wakeford takes her eight year-old daughter, Carmel, to a local children's festival, they become separated. Unable to accept the possibility that her daughter might be gone for good, Beth embarks on a mission to find her. Meanwhile, Carmel begins an extraordinary and terrifying journey of her own, with a man who believes she is a saviour.

Moving, convincing and completely compelling. I read through the night, desperate to know the little girl's fate. (Erin Kelly, author of THE POISON TREE)An intense, and tense, stunning debut. Early on we encounter a maze, but the whole book is a kind of maze, and one full of striking imagery and chilling atmosphere. Kate Hamer conjures mystery with such grace, cool beauty and urgent suspense it never feels like a debut. Brilliant. (Matt Haig, author of THE HUMANS)Compulsively readable, Kate Hamer catches at the threads of what parents fear most - the abduction of a child - and weaves a disturbing and original story. There is menace in this book, lurking in the shadows on every page, but also innocence, love and hope. Beautifully written and unpredictable, I had to stop myself racing to the end to find out what happened. (Rosamund Lupton, author of SISTER)Kate Hamer's novel is both gripping and sensitive - beautifully written, it is a compulsive, aching story full of loss and redemption. (Lisa Ballantyne, author of THE GUILTY ONE) --This text refers to the Paperback edition.

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  • PDF | 10 pages
  • Kate Hamer(Author)
  • Wholestory Audiobooks; Unabridged Audiobook 10 CDs edition (26 Feb. 2015)
  • English
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  • By Mrs. C. H. O'reilly on 8 March 2017

    I liked this book. Have to say the actual cover of the book initially drew me in. I liked the mum character and really felt for her alone, not knowing where her daughter had gone, wondering how common it is that a child goes missing so suddenly and so seemingly easily.Definitely a book that kept me page turning. I was dreading to read what might happen to the little girl, especially as you weren't quite aware in what direction it was heading. Recommend this one.

  • By StellaB on 7 March 2017

    Whilst this is not my preferred genre (psychological thrillers/mysteries) it captured my attention from page one and retained it to the last page. Kate Hamer has written an unusual book about characters who I cared about. I thoroughly enjoyed it & I look forward to her next book.

  • By rikkimouse on 5 September 2017

    I have to admit, I gave up half way through. After some initial chapters that held promise and set up the premise of the missing child rather well, the story took an unrealistic and far too unbelievable turn. Too much suspension of disbelief was required for my liking. Whether the tale redeemed itself by the end, I have no idea - life is too short to persevere with a bad book.

  • By bev 19 on 30 May 2017

    Didn't enjoy

  • By Abbi G on 9 May 2017

    What a page turner, very well constructed book that I found difficult to put down. I look forward to reading more from this author

  • By Rachel Ives on 9 June 2017

    The sort of book you can lose yourself in and read in one sitting if you had the luxury of time !

  • By toffee on 5 July 2017

    hard to get in to but ok

  • By Ca Loc on 31 May 2016

    After the first two chapters I couldn't put this down. Religious beliefs of early America come to mind mixed with modern day living. Great read.

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