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July 9, 2017

The Second Sister Claire Kendal

Paperback I bought at Sainsburys £3.85

I’m the sister that got away. The lucky one. Until now.

It is ten years since Ella’s sister Miranda disappeared without trace, leaving her young baby behind. Chilling new evidence links Miranda to the horrifying Jason Thorne, now in prison for murdering several women. Is it possible that Miranda knew him?
At thirty, Miranda’s age when she vanished, Ella looks uncannily like the sister she idolized. What holds Ella together is her love for her sister’s child and her work as a self-defence expert helping victims.
Haunted by the possibility that Thorne took Miranda, and driven by her nephew’s longing to know about his mother, Ella will do whatever it takes to uncover the truth – no matter how dangerous…


 An unsolved Case. New linked discovered between evil Jason Thorne and missing Miranda. Eight years ago when Jason Thorne was arrested for torturing and killing three women, there was speculation that Ella Brooke’s sister Miranda was one of his victims.
As time passes Ella wants to meet Jason Thorne in a hospital where the outside walls are topped with razor wire. They are all confined to the hospital because they have done unspeakable things, some of the patients will never be allowed to leave.
Jason Thorne is too disturbed to be interviewed by detectives he is kept in the main part of the hospital building ward for patients with dangerous and severe personality disorders.
Ella made the request two weeks ago to visit Jason Thorne and it was approved. Mr Thorne consented to her visit and put her on his list. It is essential for Ella to meet Jason Thorne to ask him did he take her sister Miranda?
She wants to uncover the truth no matter how dangerous it is meeting Killer Jason Thorne.


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