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Items claimed as being faulty may need to be sent back to ivylee Copenhagen Pty Ltd for assessment. He lives to love and protect. I outgrew him—or at least I thought I did.

We said our goodbye and I walked out of there with my head held high. The real world was beckoning and I was ready to take it by the throat.

He was pushing clients my way. The stress was just too much. I needed him to prosper and without him, I was nothing.

Unfortunately, he had already moved on—I guess that is where you come in. By the time I realized just how badly I needed him, he had already chosen someone else to take my place.

The nightmares started after that and my brother decided I needed to be committed. I spent several months in a mental hospital and they spent every day pumping me full of drugs to keep me subdued.

He has you now. Her words were ridiculous banter fueled by drugs. She left her in her apartment and met John outside. They walked back to the van and climbed inside.

Jenny knew what she had to do, although she knew she had to keep it to herself. The van cranked and Jenny lit a cigarette, watching the smoke drift off the tip.

She was going to fix everything, even if it meant she had to betray the trust of the two people who thought they had helped her.

They ate dinner, drank wine, and smoked until it was so late they were all tired—everyone except Jenny. While they partied, Jenny dumped her wine down the sink.

She was no longer Little Jenny. She was no longer Jennifer. She was something more. The trio headed their separate ways. Jenny lay in her bed until some time had passed and she was sure they would have both fallen asleep.

She walked out into the living room and got a piece of mail, staring at the address for a moment. She walked quickly to it and grabbed it, retreating to her room.

All she could do at that point was wait and hope his secretary took the message seriously. Was it betrayal—or was it something that had to be done?

She felt guilty betraying them, after everything they had to done to try and save her. She knew their intentions were pure, but she still loved her Daddy.

Sammy was the one she was most concerned about. After breakfast, they retired to the living room. As they sat there, a sound could be heard overhead.

As a couple of minutes passed, it got louder. It was definitely a helicopter and it seemed to be getting louder.

She knew it had to be her Daddy, coming to rescue his little girl. John jumped up and ran to the window, pulling the curtain back.

Abigail ran to a window across from him, doing the exact same thing. Jenny stood in the middle of the room, watching the chaos develop around her.

Then she met Rachel and her whole life is turned upside down in more then ons way. The Present - Elizabeth gets a call from her old neighbor.

A skeleton has been discovered in the fields. Will her secret be discovered I found this a slow read. There is not a lot of nail-biting suspence.

It is well written but it could have done with a bit more oemf. Dec 26, Kim Ebner rated it liked it. This book evidences some good, solid storytelling by the author but where it fell a little short for me was in its originality and memorability.

I enjoyed the story and I felt that for most of the book the tension was building nicely and I was psyching myself up for a great ending…and then, boom, the final sentence of the book arrived and I turned the page expe This book evidences some good, solid storytelling by the author but where it fell a little short for me was in its originality and memorability.

It just ended. Just like that. No big reveal, no twist, no dynamite. Okay, so with that said, the book felt slightly simple to me.

Did it tell a story? Was it gripping? Mostly yes. Did it end with a bang and leave you mesmerized? Unfortunately not. This is not a young adult title and it is indeed an adult thriller but for most of the book the lead character, Elizabeth, is thinking back to her childhood and the way her life unfolded at that time.

And I generally love books that alternate between time lines. And I did like this one. I read it word for word and finished it.

It was solid. Our Dark Secret is beautifully written story that plays out in two timelines, the 'then' and 'now' All of the characters are deftly developed by Jenny Quintana as the events that bond two unlikely girls together forever, are revealed.

This story is a lovely combination of a sad family drama whilst taking a poignant look at the difficulties facing children coming from broken and dysfunctional families.

In doing so, the story successfully interlaces the lives of people who are f Our Dark Secret is beautifully written story that plays out in two timelines, the 'then' and 'now' In doing so, the story successfully interlaces the lives of people who are frequently misjudged.

In Our Dark Secret, I was taken on a wonderful journey predominantly by the rather awkward and frumpy main character, Elizabeth, whose father walks away from his marriage to her mum, and gets involved with Charlotte, mother to the strikingly beautiful Rachel.

Rachel becomes the object of Elizabeth's infatuation and also an obsession. This extremely well-written tale was also a gripping murder-mystery that had me captivated from the first page, and trying to guess the killer's identity certainly held my attention.

Although the pace of the story was a little slow, the succinct chapters made this a quick read and I still really enjoyed Our Dark Secret. I really wanted to like this book!

But unfortunately, I did not connect with the characters and i found it very slow. Nothing really interesting happens in the first half part of the book.

Our Dark Secret is told in two timelines from the perspective of Elizabeth, a girl with weight issues who seems to be obsessed with another girl called Rachel.

When they are kids, the body of a woman is found near the orchard where Elizabeth likes to spends her time. Fast-forward a decade, and another body is I really wanted to like this book!

Fast-forward a decade, and another body is found at a near-by location, but the identity of the victim is unclear.

The only thing that is clear to the reader is that Elizabeth knows who the victim is and she is afraid of the death being traced back to her.

Apr 09, Sarah rated it it was ok. Nothing really happened and the ending was pretty poor. Not really worth reading! Mar 10, Karen rated it it was amazing Shelves: crime , united-kingdom , review-books , paperback.

Based around the character of Elizabeth Constance Valentine, the storyline moves from Elizabeth's 70's childhood, an only child, awkward, shy, clever, tending towards a bit frumpy and overweight.

She adored her father Ted of the wandering eye but had a more complicated relationship with her more uptight mother Phyllis, particularly after Ted ran away with the mother of Rachel, the girl that Elizabeth wishes she was, or wishes she could be best, closest friends with.

Moving backwards and forwards through time OUR DARK SECRET takes you through Elizabeth's adult life, drifting from nothing job to nothing job, it's 25 years now since something happened that changed Elizabeth's life completely - and that wasn't just her father running off.

A body found in the woods near her childhood home obviously has significance for Elizabeth, and the reader watches, as a slow motion car crash of the present day, becomes the out of control freight train which turned Elizabeth, Rachel and their families lives upside down all those years ago.

The character of Elizabeth is particularly well executed. A scruffy, sort of a no-hoper initially, Elizabeth's stronger, and smarter than readers might think.

The influence of a broken home, of teenage friendships, of the sheer mind-altering intensity of friendships sought, lost and kept, had and continues to have a profound impact on Elizabeth.

Something happened back in those important, formative years that have stunted her emotional growth ever since then, but she's not a victim, or a figure of derision.

There's something overwhelmingly good, compelling and engaging about this woman. Rachel, on the other hand, is more ephemeral, the story of Elizabeth works it's way around her, she's a catalyst maybe, but what happened, what is the secret here, is tricky to nail down until this author is more than ready for you to understand just what happened all those years ago.

It's a fascinating study in damage, obsession, affection and distrust. It's an interesting study of parental failings and teenage stuff ups, and the complications that secrets create.

Because there's more than one secret here, and each of them is as damaging and confronting as the last. Feb 01, Jessica M rated it liked it.

When she meets Rachel, she grows obsessive — watching her, following her, and desperately trying to find common ground with her.

In , Elizabeth is similar to how we knew her before. She receives a phone call from an old neighbour. A body has been found in her old town, and the police suspect foul play.

Elizabeth is terrified. And Rachel feels like a mythical character. Rachel seems to keep to herself, both in the physical sense and also in the social sense.

Her parents split up, her dad runs off with another woman, but Elizabeth only seems to care about herself and her non-existent friendship with Rachel.

The mysteries within the book are enough to keep you engaged and interested in the story. She was only nine.

Who did she think she was? It was bad enough at school when people my own age called me names, and then there was the stuff about Mum.

Dad would be furious if he knew Mrs Wright had called her prissy. The majority of the book takes place in and if anything, the storyline when it did happen just detracted from the tense, fast-paced action of the other timeline.

Recommended for fans of thriller, crime and mystery novels. Thank you to the publisher for mailing me a review copy in exchange for an honest review.

Jan 24, Nicki rated it it was amazing. She wanted a best friend,someone she could share gossip with about boys and the make up and fashion tips that she got from My Guy and Oh Boy magazines.

Then in the summer of ,which was also coincidentally the year before they found the first body, Elizabeth had her first encounter with beautiful, red headed Rachel.

An encounter that would swiftly turn in - All Elizabeth had ever wanted was to be like every other fourteen year old girl,she didn't want to be lonely,weak,ignored Elizabeth.

An encounter that would swiftly turn into an obsession and be the catalyst for a chain of events that would still be haunting Elizabeth's conscience twenty one years later.

She knows that it is only a matter of time before the body is identified and the dark secret that she has kept hidden for so long will be revealed.

So she decides that it's time to tell the truth about what happened all those years ago. This mesmerising story is narrated by adult Elizabeth and flips back and forth between and ,there was also a couple of chapters that were set in and There was also references to the pop culture of the late s like My Guy and Oh Boy I preferred Jackie myself and The Generation Game which brought back memories of my youth.

Poor Elizabeth had quite a few striking similarities to myself when I was younger, I also felt like a outcast both at home and at school, the one who never got chosen during games and no one wanted to sit next too during school lessons.

Events in her home life also mirrored what happened when I was younger so I couldn't help feeling a close connection with the teenage version of Elizabeth.

We only get to know Rachel from Elizabeth's perspective so you have no idea what her opinion was of Elizabeth and if she actually thought of her as a friend or wether she was just using her for her own means.

Our Dark Secret is a extremely well written tale of relationships and also a gripping murder mystery that had me totally captivated from the first page, the mystery of who the killer was and the identity of the second body discovered in the wasteland kept me guessing and frantically turning the pages.

The characters were vivid and diverse, a number of them were no who they appeared to be. I read this outstanding thriller in one sitting,I just couldn't put it down.

Feb 01, Fay Flude rated it really liked it. Beautifully written this a languid tale of friendship, self esteem, parent-child relationships and the dark and terrifying effects of abuse.

Elizabeth struggles at school to fit in. She is clever but overweight and therefore invisible as a person with the exception of being a prime target for bullying and hurling insults at.

The story is set in the late s, the decade I was born in, and so the portrayal of society then resonated strongly with me.

Flares, platforms and no social media! Elizabeth Beautifully written this a languid tale of friendship, self esteem, parent-child relationships and the dark and terrifying effects of abuse.

Elizabeth is naive for her age, at least compared to today's standards of teenage behaviour and because she is so lonely she often retreats into fantasy in order to cope with life's overwhelming challenges.

She has to cope with loss and seems emotionally adrift which might explain why she becomes so desperate to latch onto Rachel, a slightly older girl unwittingly connected to Elizabeth via the behaviour of their families.

Unfortunately Rachel has a terrible secret and it is this secret that ultimately binds Elizabeth and Rachel together forever.

This sensitive portrayal of the hideous things we humans can do to each other, all in the name of 'love,' which of course doesn't always come in the unconditional, caring form we would all like it to be, seesaws between and As present day Elizabeth looks back at the past, we discover the lengths we can go to and the dark places our motivations can take us to.

I will definitely read another Jenny Quintana book. I think there is one entitled The Missing Girl so off to take a look at that.

Feb 16, Annie Deo rated it really liked it. Originally posted on my blog. My preferred genre is YA contemporary, sci-fi and fantasy, but I've received a couple of 'grown-up' thrillers from the fabulous team at Pan Macmillan Australia and thought I should check them out.

The result? A body has been discovered in the dip in the wasteland be Originally posted on my blog. A body has been discovered in the dip in the wasteland beyond the orchard, formerly the protagonist Elizabeth's childhood stomping ground, and she knows exactly who it is and how they ended up there.

We dip into different time periods as Elizabeth pieces together her history for us, unspooling hints and clues along the way relating to the titular 'dark secret' and periodically returning to the present day in while she reflects on her next move.

This storytelling format isn't reinventing the wheel, but it's highly effective in developing her character, propelling the plot and keeping the reader hooked.

It's the perfect recipe for a page-turner where people keep thinking 'just one more chapter' and then end up binging it in one go because you just HAVE to find out what happened!

The pacing may be a bit slow for some readers as this is largely focused on Elizabeth's personal life and the greater impact of her choices.

There are certainly surprising twists and turns, but it's more akin to a cozy mystery than a story driven by breathless adrenaline-packed gimmicks.

I really enjoyed the no-frills approach that the author chose, eschewing melodrama and frantically escalating stakes in favor of a character study of a normal plain dumpy girl with self-esteem issues who becomes infatuated with the pretty new girl in town.

Not everyone will warm to Elizabeth - she's painfully realistic as a lonely, willful child blind to the problems she causes out of a desire for attention, then as a teenager, it's cringe-worthy how desperate she is for Rachel's friendship, fawning over her and very blatantly making up pretexts to show up at her house in an attempt to inveigle herself into Rachel's life.

But I have a spot spot for 'unlikable' female protagonists - I rooted for her to find security and happiness even as I shook my head in despair at her fumbling social awkwardness I related a little too much at points.

Friendships between young girls can be frighteningly all-consuming and with an obsessive personality like Elizabeth's, the tension builds throughout the story as we wait to see what tragedy unfolds and how Rachel is involved since we know that Elizabeth will do anything for her, anything at all.

I twisted myself in knots waiting for the final reveal and it was absolutely satisfying once the author revealed all at last.

Recommended for fans of slow-burn psychological thrillers, family drama and languid character studies with a dark underbelly.

All thoughts and opinions are my own. Feb 01, Caroline Kerdouci rated it really liked it. Despite her great name she is a highly complex character, who invokes your sympathy when the author introduces her, detailing her background and home life.

Bullied for her size from an early age, she cuts a sad lonely figure, not helped by her tendency to tell lies. This is a beautifully written novel, evoking memories for those of us who well remember the era but the pace is slow with the author preferring to drip feed details.

I think this is what is commonly known as a slow burner of a book but may well lose the interest of some. The author has captured beautifully the pain Elizabeth and her mother endure when her dad leaves them for another woman.

However as the storyline develops I found myself losing patience with Elizabeth as her self pitying and self centred nature seems to intensify along with her creepy obsession with Rachel.

The past haunts present day Elizabeth, with the reader left to guess for the most part what this dark secret is. Dark it is indeed as all the threads come together, finally making sense and I found myself enjoying the ending, having started to lose interest halfway through.

Elizabeth definitely redeems herself in my eyes in these last pages sorry no spoilers here! My thanks as always to the author and publisher and Netgalley for allowing me to read in exchange for an honest review.

Dec 04, Miss R rated it it was amazing. No gimmicks, just wonderful storytelling from Jenny Quintana. In an age when the high-concept thriller is what many authors aspire to in order to climb their way up the bestseller charts of certain retail outlets, it is refreshing to read a novel that is free of gimmicks and is simply about good old fashioned storytelling.

Her perceptive understanding of human nature and the tangled interplay of relations is up there with Jane Shemlit and Sarah Vaughan.

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I got spanked at least two times a day. I was such a fuck up, but I was his fuck up. I loved being shown right from wrong. I loved showing him how good I could be.

I loved knowing that if I did something wrong, he would punish me. It made my life so simple. I never had that before I met him.

I gave myself to him in every way. The firm started doing very well. I had a lot of clients and I was running everything from my computer.

As I got more successful, it became necessary to meet clients. I had to morph back into a woman for those events, with heels that hurt my feet and dresses that hugged me so tight I could barely breathe.

As I ventured further and further outside of the life we had created, I started missing the life I lived before I became his little girl.

I felt like the time had come and I was ready to grow up. Before long, I had so many clients the work was coming nonstop. I was Samantha more than I was Little Sammy.

I could feel the rift forming. He got more annoyed with me, more critical of what I did. I asked him to take me out on a date…as a woman.

There was no emotion in his voice. He lives to love and protect. I outgrew him—or at least I thought I did.

We said our goodbye and I walked out of there with my head held high. The real world was beckoning and I was ready to take it by the throat.

He was pushing clients my way. The stress was just too much. I needed him to prosper and without him, I was nothing. Unfortunately, he had already moved on—I guess that is where you come in.

By the time I realized just how badly I needed him, he had already chosen someone else to take my place. The nightmares started after that and my brother decided I needed to be committed.

I spent several months in a mental hospital and they spent every day pumping me full of drugs to keep me subdued.

He has you now. Her words were ridiculous banter fueled by drugs. She left her in her apartment and met John outside.

They walked back to the van and climbed inside. Jenny knew what she had to do, although she knew she had to keep it to herself. The van cranked and Jenny lit a cigarette, watching the smoke drift off the tip.

She was going to fix everything, even if it meant she had to betray the trust of the two people who thought they had helped her. They ate dinner, drank wine, and smoked until it was so late they were all tired—everyone except Jenny.

While they partied, Jenny dumped her wine down the sink. But another body has been found, and she can't keep running from what happened.

OurDarkSecret NetGalley Dec 18, Susan Bray DeLong rated it liked it. This was not a comfortable book to read.

Elizabeth grew up stuffing the empty feeling in the pit of her stomach with food. She was a fat kid who was treated by her nightclub bouncer dad with sugary treats.

Elizabeth was left at the edge of the paying kids, mocked for her size and silence. Th This was not a comfortable book to read.

Things changed when a beautiful girl, Rachael, came to live in their village. She was very popular. The boys in school flocked to sit with her and she ignored poor Elizabeth.

She had a whiny younger sister, Melissa, who became a paying charge of her mother. The more Elizabeth tried to make people love her, the worse things became until finally the beautiful Rachael started to find her useful and they hung out together in a secret spot on vacant land, where nobody could see them.

Police swarmed all over the village. Questions were asked. But nobody thought to ask Elizabeth, who had seen the woman kissing a man, a couple of days before her body was found.

I can tell you it was no problem to keep turning the pages to find out who the killer was! Had the girls done something really terrible?

You must read Our Dark Secret to find out. I give this book five stars. Feb 09, Helen rated it it was ok. That was a different style of reading for me.

Other people were also reading and commenting on the staves on the same day they were released. I feel the book focused on teenage angst to a large degree, which is not a bad thing.

I had been expecting it to be more of a murder mystery thriller. The first person narrative allowed Elizabeth to wallow in her feelings about the destruction of her family and her obsession with Rachael.

The author writes very descriptively — her metaphors are vivid. I feel the structure needed further development as not a lot happened for two-thirds of the book.

The last section seemed quite rushed. The characterisation was inconsistent. I got no real sense of them. I guess that is a potential problem when one writes in the first person, particularly when the narrator is presented as quite naive.

Thank you to Netgalley for the opportunity to read this book. I hope it does well. Feb 01, Susan Page rated it really liked it.

This story starts slowly but gathers pace and depth as it goes on. It is really a story about obsession.

Elizabeth is dismayed and jealous that they took Melissa and not her! Rachel chose not to go, she stays with her father, and Elizabeth becomes obsessed with This story starts slowly but gathers pace and depth as it goes on.

Rachel chose not to go, she stays with her father, and Elizabeth becomes obsessed with her. She sees her father occasionally, and speaks to him on the phone, but it is never satisfactory.

Elizabeth and Rachel bond a little over their shared circumstance, but Rachel is very withdrawn, so their friendship is quite tentative, and only when others are not about.

Events happen that draw them together, with Elizabeth looking out for Rachel, and their relationship remains like that for the next twenty years.

It appears though that Rachel is stronger than she seems, and is prepared to deal with whatever might happen. A thoughtful story, with the main characters finely drawn.

Worth reading. Feb 01, MoMo rated it really liked it Shelves: to-be-reviewed , pigeonhole , This was a new author for me and I could have easily read the whole book in a day!

This book is one which I eagerly recommend to fans of suspense. It is not so much a chilling thriller and a mystery suspense which was a nice change after reading so many dark and chilling novels of late.

The author tells the tale of Elizabeth and Rachel switching between past and present. It is an enjoyable read which had me guessing most of the way through the book.

There are a few points where I thought I knew This was a new author for me and I could have easily read the whole book in a day!

There are a few points where I thought I knew the direction the book was going only to find it didn't.

I like that!! The story itself was believable, the characters likeable and the setting very clearly described. Another book that I will be purchasing in paperback to read at my own fast pace after the start stop of pigeonhole.

Don't get me wrong I do love the pigeonhole format - it is just taking a bit of time to get used to staves and waiting, I don't do waiting well!!

All opinions are my own and not biased in anyway. All my reviews can be found on my blog momobookdiary. Easy to read and easy to relate to if you were a teenager in the seventies.

I liked the characters, the story was engaging and tragic. For me the ending was a little strange but would definitely read more by this author.

Jan 31, Pheadra rated it it was amazing Shelves: 5-star-rated , pigeon-books. This beautifully written story plays out in two timelines. Then and now.

All the characters are sensitively developed as what happened to tie two unlikely girls bonding together forever, is revealed.

Partly a sad family drama and partly a poignant look at the challenges facing children who come from broken and dysfunctional families, the story weaves together the lives of people who, true to human nature, are often misjudged.

Don't judge a book by its cover comes to mind, as the reader is taken This beautifully written story plays out in two timelines.

Don't judge a book by its cover comes to mind, as the reader is taken on a journey predominantly by awkward main character Elisabeth, whose father checks out of the marriage to her mother and takes up with Charlotte, mother of the beautiful Rachel.

Rachel is the object of Elisabeth's infatuation and idolisation. I read this story in the Pigeon Book club and many readers complained about the pace of the story, but I did not agree.

By the end of the book, all loose ends had been tied up and all that remained was for the reader to decide whether or not either or both girls were ever discovered and convicted for the dark secret which they shared.

I read this via Pigeonhole and nearly gave up but something made me keep going. This is all about the characters and the thriller aspect is a very slow burn.

My nosiness was too strong to give up apparently. However the ending left me wondering was it all worth it for the two of them.

Feb 04, Gina Schwartz rated it really liked it. This was also a great novel and reading it in staves gave it a slow burn that just hyped up the suspense.

The author has created characters that are very believable but somehow not very likeable and that somehow also adds to the novel's intrigue. They become like the neighbours you hide from but at the same time need to know what they are up to.

Too many things happen too fast. Overall a good read though Jan 22, Lisa Jordan rated it really liked it.

Told in two timelines almost, it was mostly set in the 70's , this story tells the tale of how Elizabeth met Rachel and developed a weird teen-girl crush on her.

There are secrets and murder hidden in these pages, but the build up is slow and the story spends so much time on the breakdown of family and relationships.

The last little bit of the book is fast paced and excellent, but it was a bit of hard work to get there. Feb 02, Diane Smillie rated it really liked it.

Read this book pre release through pigeonhole. Good book, but slow to get going but story does keep you intrigued to carry on.

Characters not particularly likeable and I was wondering through the whole book if the main characters were victims or had actually done something and that kept my attention all the way through.

Definitely worth a read. Feb 05, Linda Richardson rated it it was amazing Shelves: netgalley. Mar 23, Emma rated it liked it.

The ending spoiled this for me. Otherwise it was a good book. I wasn't sure what to expect from Our Dark Secret when I began to read it, but I felt some exciting vibes about it; unfortunately, it didn't feel that great once I finished reading.

The lack of character growth was no doubt, the biggest disappointment. The story is told from Elizabeth's perspective, back when she was a teenager and 20 years after that, however, 'adult Elizabeth' seems the same person she was 20 years ago.

This might not seem l - thanks to macmillanaus for sending the book my way! This might not seem like a big deal, but her youth was troubled and awful, and her obsession with Rachel never ends, not even when she is a grown-up.

The pace was awfully slow I had a few theories, but I did not see it coming; however, I cannot say the final revelation was as impactful as I would have liked.

By this point, I was already annoyed by Elizabeth and the overall slow pace, so I wasn't that interested. On the positive side, the author does a great job portraying bullying and fat-shaming; although I wasn't the biggest fan of Elizabeth, it was effortless to feel for her and understand the reasons behind her odd behaviours.

More often than not, I wished I could get transported inside the book, and yell a few things to some disgusting characters. Overall, Our Dark Secret was okay, albeit the lack of character growth and the substandard execution of the 'mystery' elements of the story.

With a slow pace but definitely a page-turner, I'd recommend it to any patient reader looking for a different read. Our Dark Secret was a holiday read for me, taking three days for me to read picking it up and putting it down amongst various children's activities :- It was easy to maintain the thread and pick it up where I had left off.

What to say about this book, and I have taken some time to gather my thoughts about this one. I love thrillers and dark, twisted thrillers at that.

I don't always feel the need for things to be fast paced. That being said, it took me a little to get into Our Dark Secrets and I Our Dark Secret was a holiday read for me, taking three days for me to read picking it up and putting it down amongst various children's activities :- It was easy to maintain the thread and pick it up where I had left off.

That being said, it took me a little to get into Our Dark Secrets and I was waiting for something to happen in the early stage of the book that was perhaps prolonged a bit too long.

The book is told from two different perspectives, a then and now narrative from Elizabeth, a sad and unfortunate style of young teenage girl, who, by her own description has grown into a sad and unfortunate style of woman.

I imagined her to be something like Bernie a character in the British TV show Eastenders, but without Bernie's endearing qualities.

During we see Elizabeth struggle with the separation of her parents after her father runs off from her mother with another woman.

We see Elizabeth struggle with the ideal of her father as opposed to the more reals aspect of his character she learns about through his relationships and treatment of others.

We see Elizabeth pine after Rachel, a beautiful and edgy school friend, new to her school, with her own individual and familial struggles.

And then a body is discovered in an allotment near their homes. We see Elizabeth's not so subtle insertion of herself into Rachel's life.

They are then forever bound together after another death that will see them glancing over their shoulders for the next twenty years.

Because in this second body is found, sending Elizabeth's thoughts to the past and she tries to remember whether evidence exists of the crime she thought was long buried.

Because weeks had turned into months, the knock on the door had not come, and no police officers appeared asking questions about a body in an orchard.

Will they now and what can Elizabeth and Rachel do? This one is a dark, twisty read about a complex co-dependent relationship spanning two decades.

It does not sit comfortably. It has stayed with me as I continue to ponder these two characters and their unusual relationship. I would give this a 3.

I am grateful to Pan Macmillan Australia who provided a copy of this book for review. All opinions are genuine and my own. This book is due for publication on 11 February There are no discussion topics on this book yet.

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