SHE THOUGHT SHE’D SEEN THE BACK OF THE DELANEYS. HOW WRONG COULD SHE BE . . .
Annie Carter should have demanded to see their bodies lying on a slab in the morgue, but she really believed the Delaney twins were gone from her life for good.
“Annie Carter believed the Delaney twins were dead. But when she and her daughter are attacked, she has to think again. Not only are they alive, they want her and her family dead. Swift- moving intrigue.” – 5 Crime Fan Picks, Woman and Home, August 2013.
“This will keep you on the edge of your seat.” Lifestyle, yahoo.com
“This hectic paced novel will not disappoint Keane’s growing fan band of enthusiastic readers – her language, settings and characters will contribute to the earthy realism she creates.” – welovethisbook.com
‘Jessie Keane has once again created a brilliant, gripping and thrilling book which I didn’t want to put down’. – Best Crime Books
‘The suspense and tension that the author generates in the storyline is breathtaking as the direction is never predictable. The ending is totally unexpected. A well-crafted and written book that is exciting and enjoyable. It throws up many surprises and the only disappointment was that it had to end. Hopefully there will be more. Highly recommended.’ – Marjolein Books
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