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    Jenny Blackhurst(Author)

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Jenny Blackhurst's debut psychological thriller and #1 Kindle bestseller HOW I LOST YOU was described by Clare Mackintosh as 'utterly gripping'. If you love Louise Jensen's THE SISTER or Tracy Buchanan's NO TURNING BACK you will love this.

My name is Emma Cartwright. Three years ago I was Susan Webster, and I murdered my twelve-week-old son Dylan.

I have no memory of what happened but you believe what your loved ones, your doctor and the police are telling you, don't you?

But if you can't remember what happened, how can you be sure that they are telling the truth?

And if there was the smallest chance your son was alive, wouldn't you do anything to get him back?
If there was the smallest chance your son was alive, what would you do to get him back?

A fantastic debut from an outstanding talent.

As twisted as a mountain road, Blackhurst's fast-moving and unputdownable debut will keep you glued to your seat (Alex Marwood)An absolute and complete page turner that had me completely enthralled . . . Definitely highly recommended for fans of psychological thrillers ( read that I couldn't put down, gripping storyline, brilliant debut' (Helen M Jones Amazon, 5*)Utterly gripping - brilliant debut! (Clare Mackintosh author of I LET YOU GO)Haunting, moving and wonderful! A gripping interpretation of post-natal emotions and the roller coaster that follows (Sarah Morris Amazon, 5*)Loved this book! Once I got started I couldn't put it down desperate to know the next twist or turn (E Webster Amazon, 5*)This is the best book that I've read in a long time . . . I was completely hooked (Tried and Tested Amazon, 5*)

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Book details

  • PDF | 368 pages
  • Jenny Blackhurst(Author)
  • Headline (23 April 2015)
  • English
  • 9
  • Crime, Thrillers & Mystery

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  • By marj on 3 September 2017

    I really enjoyed this book, I got into it almost from the first chapter and just wanted to know what happened next, I could barley pit the book down, I was engrossed in it. At one point I realised I hadn't eaten, yet to go and do myself something it meant I would have to put the book down. I didn't bother eating, I was so so far into the book the sheer thought of putting down well I just didn't happen. Now for how engrossed I was in the book, I do have to say I was a little disappointed and confused at the ending. Firstly if Jenny was Rebecca's daughter how come Susan refers to Matthewses as Dylan (Simon ) peternal grandparents. Rebecca said she had never met mark, until the night he went looking for Jenny, so that bit did really confuse me, they weren't Marks parents ????? So no way could they be paternal grandparents. Strange to say the least unless it was a mistake and it was put in accidentally, also they would not be his Dylan/ Simons grandparents at all. Good book well worth reading. I just think the author could try not to confuse me in the future and perhaps spend a little more time at the ending it felt a bit rushed to me. Apa

  • By Bagpuss84 on 5 August 2017

    I loved this debut novel from Jenny Blackhurst. It's written in the first person from the point of view from Susan who has just been released from prison.The story follows Susan as she begins to believe her son, whom she was imprisoned for killing, may still be alive. What can she believe and who can she trust?It is so well written and I was encaptured by the storyline I had to read the novel as quickly as possible as I wanted know the truth.For me, if I get gripped and pulled into a book in this way, it is well deserving of 5* and wholeheartedly a full recommendation.

  • By Susan Hampson on 12 August 2015

    Susan has served time for killing her baby son Dylan. She can't remember doing it but everyone said she had. Susan is starting a new life, with a new name Emma Cartwright, in a new town and only her best friend Cassie knows this. Cassie also served time for murder but she knew she had killed.Only four weeks after moving in the photos, messages and parcels started to arrive. They were addressed to her former name and were delivered by hand. The first a picture of a child 2/3 years old and written on the back was Dylan January 2013. Was someone trying to tell her her son was alive? This also meant someone close knew who she was.Susan puts her trust into only two people to solve the mysterious clues, her friend Cassie and a newspaper reporter Nick Whitley and she has to face people from her past, her ex husband and her dad.Running along side this story is also another thread from the past. Set in the 1980's/90's involving the friendship between a group of boys.This is an intriguing story that will keep you turning page after page. A good ending too.

  • By Georgie on 18 March 2017

    Excellent book which kept you guessing until the end. Finally understanding where the different stories all connected at the end.

  • By Debra Deen on 20 August 2017

    This is my second book ive read from this author and really enjoyed it,im not going into the story but what i will say is it kept me turning the pages and wanting more,read this book in few days...what i will say is i dont think its a holiday read....its more of on the sofa after a long day with a GOOD Book ...x

  • By Guest on 17 April 2017

    I really enjoyed this book from start to finish. Yes it is a little far fetched but it is a fiction book and many fiction films are the same.

  • By crackers on 6 March 2017

    A little slow to start. Stick with it. Lots of twists and turns .believable characters. You won't want to put it down.

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