PUBLISHED BY TRANSWORLD DIGITAL
HOW CAN YOU SOLVE A CRIME IF YOU CAN’T REMEMBER THE CLUES?
PUBLISHED BY TRANSWORLD DIGITALThere is an explosion at a military ball. The casualties are rushed to hospital in eight ambulances, but only seven vehicles arrive. Captain Harry Peterson is missing.
His girlfriend calls upon her old friend Dr Augusta Bloom to support the investigation. But no one can work out if there is a connection between the bomb and the disappearance.
When Harry is eventually discovered three days later, they hope he holds the answers to their questions. But he can’t remember a single thing.
Without any clues, will Dr Bloom find herself lost in this puzzle too?
Leona Deakin started her career as a psychologist with the West Yorkshire Police. She is now an occupational psychologist and lives with her family in Leeds. This is her debut thriller.
WHAT DID I THINK?
I have read the previous book to this, which was called Gone but to be honest there are a lot of books that have come after that one. I don’t think you have to have read the previous book as this is a stand-alone, I think. It certainly keeps you guessing all the way through so you keep changing your mind about the outcome. I read this quick as it keeps you engrossed. Good strong characters that you like but never too sure if they are telling the truth. I really enjoyed this and would recommend it. For a second book, this was excellent.