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FORGET ME NOT LUANA LEWIS

November 16, 2015

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FORGET ME NOT LUANA LEWIS

PRETTY LIES CAN HIDE UGLY TRUTHS

A TRAGIC SUICIDE?

When Rose’s daughter, Vivien, is found dead in a suspected suicide, Rose has questions nobody can answer. Wasn’t Vivien living the perfect life? A caring husband, a sweet little girl of her own.
OR THE PERFECT MURDER?   
But as the police investigation develops, their findings raise new questions. Did Vivien kill herself, or was she attacked? If so, who has something to hide?   
As Rose struggles to piece together the secrets of her daughter’s life, the cracks in the family begin to show. But once Rose knows the answers, there’s no going back…
MY REVIEW
This is a tense suspense thriller. The day Vivien was found dead in her house there was no sign of forced entry. Vivien and Ben had been trying for another baby, the day his wife died they had an argument. Ben went off to stay in a hotel. Or is he a suspect?  Things were difficult between Rose and her daughter Vivien, but DS Cole wants Rose to account for what she did the day her daughter Vivien died.  Will Ben let Rose see her granddaughter Lexi? Cleo Baker used to live with Ben and Vivien in another property. Something is not right with Cleo she was attracted to Vivien. Did she kill Vivien to have Ben to herself? Then there Isaac a friend of Ben’s and Vivien. Could Isaac have killed Vivien? Or did Vivien kill herself? Forget Me Not keeps you guessing as it has a cast full of characters who may or may not be telling the truth.
 

 

 

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2 Comments
  1. This is definitely going onto my TBR list! 🙂

  2. Did you read Luna lewis first book

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