I Let You Go: The Richard & Judy Bestseller

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I Let You Go: The Richard & Judy Bestseller

I Let You Go: The Richard & Judy Bestseller

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They exchanged half-smiles in mutual acknowledgement of the adrenaline rush it always felt so wrong to enjoy when something so horrific had happened. I made ten women, each with their own distinctive curves, their own bumps and scars and imperfections.

The characters were described in detail so you got the picture of how they thought and who they were as people. Shift have got the scene contained and the skipper’s taking a statement from the child’s mother as we speak. The story starts out with a hit and run accident and Jacob, a young child fresh out of school that day, is killed.My latest book is A GAME OF LIES, the instant Sunday Times bestseller, and the second in my crime series featuring Welsh detective Ffion Morgan, who we first meet in THE LAST PARTY. I could not put it down once I got going and was so thrilled that it took me to places I did not predict it would. Ray and Kate have been investigating something which they found in Jenna's purse whilst she was in custody. Floodlights were mounted on metal tripods, their strong beams picking out the fine mist of rain, which had thankfully abated in the last hour.

This novel clearly shows how in one moment an unexpected tragedy can occur leaving many people devastated. The case they have been assigned is of a young boy killed in a hit-and-run right in front of his mother. However, I feel like with this book I need to dive into the plot and discuss more of the details because, man, I had a really complicated relationship with this book. And the significance of the words "OMG" written in the sand has to do with both my reaction and something in the book that I'm not going to tell you!A teenie bit slow in the middle, where I was rushing to get through it, just so I could move along to my next read. Engine whining in admonishment, the car makes two, three, four attempts to turn in the narrow street, scraping in its haste against one of the huge sycamore sentries lining the road. It starts with a mother walking with her son when tragedy strikes as he is mown down in a hit and run. Instead consider keeping this information to yourself until your book club meet in person, and you can then share the page – perhaps after you have all debated the ending. It's so hard to talk anymore about the plot of this book without giving away the entire reason for the book so I am not going to do that.

She starts to drive them both home and he becomes aggressive and insists they swap seats, even though he is drunk. The plot wasn't really exciting and then they were other small reveals throughout the story which were so predictable or just unnecessary, like the bit where it turns out Jacob was Ian's son just seemed so pointless and was only thrown in for shock value.

Ian took what was going so well and brought everything back into the muddy world of those books I mentioned earlier. They are lit by the headlights of the car that hit him, as as she looks up at the unseen driver and screams for help, the car reverses, and the beams of light shrink until they are left in darkness.

I LET YOU GO by Clare Mackintosh tells the story of a mother reeling from the tragic death of her son. I somewhat enjoyed the first part of this novel and the writing along with the descriptions but would I recommend this book? Jenna’s husband’s voice does not make an entry in later in the novel but Mackintosh does this for strategic plot reasons. And why is it taking so long to tell this story--when 'some' of us (me), can see the ending -in the first 20% of this book? I think if I had been able to go in blind on this one and not been told time and again of "the big twist(s)" it would have gotten me; however, because I was expecting them I found myself figuring it all out before the reveals.I Let You Go is told from a number of viewpoints, from Jenna, a sculptor making a new life for herself in Penfach, through to police officers Ray and Kate, to Jenna’s husband. It has some tense, thrilling and shocking moments in it, some you see coming, some you don't, but it's not a boring book by any means. Clare Mackintosh is the multi-award-winning author of New York Times bestseller I LET YOU GO, and Sunday Times bestsellers I SEE YOU, LET ME LIE, AFTER THE END, HOSTAGE, THE LAST PARTY and A GAME OF LIES. This scene in particular hit a little too close to home for me, as the victim of the hit and run is the same age as my own son. Jacob is a 5 year old little boy who lets go of his mother's hand for a brief moment and is killed in a hit and run in the prologue of this gripping police procedural.



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