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characters What She Knew 107 Rachel Jenner is walking in a Bristol park with her eight year old son Ben when he asks if he can run ahead It’s an ordinary reuest on an ordinary Sunday afternoon and Rachel has no reason to worry until Ben vanishesPolice are called search parties go out and Rachel already insecure after her rece. 45 stars What an absolutely thrilling and emotional ride this book took me on I am in awe that this was GILLY MACMILLAN s debut novel as I thought this was even better than THE PERFECT GIRL WHAT SHE KNEW by GILLY MACMILLAN is a beautiful and cleverly written psychological thriller that takes you on a very emotional and apprehensive tale here of every parent s worst fear their missing child GILLY MACMILLAN delivers an impressive and descriptive story that was interesting believable suspenseful heartbreaking and compelling The story is about a missing child Ben who vanishes during a walk in the woods with his mother Rachel who allows him to run ahead to the swings and the search for Ben as the clock is ticking to find him before it is too late This story was interestingly told in alternating points of view of Rachel and DI Jim Clemo along with therapists reports blogs and various different accounts online through social media What I particularly loved about this book was that you could really feel Rachel s pain and devastation through the detailed descriptive telling of this storyI have read uite a few novels about missing children but this one really resonated with me When one of my sons was much younger he decided to go on a little adventure while visiting family in a big city without us knowing He was gone for a couple of hours with the whole neighbourhood and police looking for him We were devastated and didn t know where he was or what could have happened to him Was I a bad mother because I let him go to the washroom on his own in the house MY SON was found safe and sound but boy I sure connected with Rachel and the rawness of her emotions and her state of mind The conclusion was done so well with no loose ends and was wrapped up so nicely to give me a complete feeling of gratification To sum it all up it was a gripping steady paced and an easy read with a very satisfying ending Would recommendReview can also be found on blog Bead and Weave Primer is walking TheMoving Pictures Generation in a Bristol park with her eight year old son Ben when he asks In the Hall with the Knife if he can run ahead It’s an ordinary reuest on an ordinary Sunday afternoon and Rachel has no reason to worry until Ben vanishesPolice are called search parties go out and Rachel already The Collar insecure after her rece. 45 stars What an absolutely thrilling and emotional ride this book took me on I am Live and Let Fly in awe that this was GILLY MACMILLAN s debut novel as I thought this was even better than THE PERFECT GIRL WHAT SHE KNEW by GILLY MACMILLAN Live and Let Fly is a beautiful and cleverly written psychological thriller that takes you on a very emotional and apprehensive tale here of every parent s worst fear their missing child GILLY MACMILLAN delivers an Así funciona su ordenador por dentro impressive and descriptive story that was Men of Blood Murder in Everyday Life in the woods with his mother Rachel who allows him to run ahead to the swings and the search for Ben as the clock Forbidden Vow Forbidden #3 it Nascent The Stork Tower #1 is too late This story was Ninja Gaiden Worlds of Power interestingly told Christmas in Harmony Harbor Harmony Harbor #9 in alternating points of view of Rachel and DI Jim Clemo along with therapists reports blogs and various different accounts online through social media What I particularly loved about this book was that you could really feel Rachel s pain and devastation through the detailed descriptive telling of this storyI have read uite a few novels about missing children but this one really resonated with me When one of my sons was much younger he decided to go on a little adventure while visiting family ColorsColores in a big city without us knowing He was gone for a couple of hours with the whole neighbourhood and police looking for him We were devastated and didn t know where he was or what could have happened to him Was I a bad mother because I let him go to the washroom on his own The Butterfly Groove in the house MY SON was found safe and sound but boy I sure connected with Rachel and the rawness of her emotions and her state of mind The conclusion was done so well with no loose ends and was wrapped up so nicely to give me a complete feeling of gratification To sum The Book Thief it all up The Year Mrs Cooper Got Out More Great Wharf Series Book 1 it was a gripping steady paced and an easy read with a very satisfying ending Would recommendReview can also be found on blog

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characters What She Knew 107 Nt divorce feels herself coming undone As hours and then days pass without a sign of Ben everyone who knew him is called into uestion from Rachel’s newly married ex husband to her mother of the year sister Inevitably media attention focuses on Rachel too and the public’s attitude toward her begi. 35 StarsAfter a bit of a slow start Gilly McMillan s What She Knew became an engaging page turner Primarily told from the perspective of a mother who searches for her missing son the novel s strength I think lies in exploring whether our ideas about who we are matches up with reality This reality isn t just about the devastation of losing a child but a new perspective on yourself friends family and the world which the spotlight of child abduction cases brings about I had hoped things would stay a bit messier at the end but this was still a satisfying read Behind the Mountain is called Addiction into uestion from Rachel’s newly married ex husband to her mother of the year sister Inevitably media attention focuses on Rachel too and the public’s attitude toward her begi. 35 StarsAfter a bit of a slow start Gilly McMillan s What She Knew became an engaging page turner Primarily told from the perspective of a mother who searches for her missing son the novel s strength I think lies Harry Gruyaert in exploring whether our Burning Central Coven 2 ideas about who we are matches up with reality This reality A Cry in the Wilderness Poetry from Pakistan isn t just about the devastation of losing a child but a new perspective on yourself friends family and the world which the spotlight of child abduction cases brings about I had hoped things would stay a bit messier at the end but this was still a satisfying read

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characters What She Knew 107 Ns to shift from sympathy to suspicion As she desperately pieces together the threadbare clues Rachel realizes that the greatest dangers may lie not in the anonymous strangers of every parent’s nightmares but behind the familiar smiles of those she trusts the mostWhere is Ben The clock is ticking. Rachel lets her son Ben run ahead when they are out for a walk and he disappears Usually mystery or thrillers aren t very good even when I try to be generous about the writing and the characters but wow I really enjoyed this one The writing was good and the characters were sympathetic I actually related to the characters and was rooting for Rachel through out the book I didn t see the ending coming and the way the story is developed it excellent because my excitement kept building up all the way to the climax I felt so much anxiety about not knowing what was going to happen to Ben Definitely one of the better mystery books I ve read


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    Free E–pub [What She Knew] ´ Gilly Macmillan Rachel lets her son Ben run ahead when they are out for a walk and he disappears Usually mystery or thrillers aren't very good even when I try to be generous about the writing and the characters but wow I really enjoyed this one The writing w

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    Free E–pub [What She Knew] ´ Gilly Macmillan What She Knew by Gilly Macmillian is a 2016 William Morrow Paperbacks publication This is one of those harrowing stories in which a child is abducted as the clock tick tocks along and each moment that passes makes the situation hopeless In this case Rachel Jenner’s son Ben is abducted while they are out walking their dog Once the critical missing is reported Rachel’s life is upended in ways she never could have im

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  • Paperback
  • 512
  • What She Knew
  • Gilly Macmillan
  • English
  • 26 September 2020
  • 9780062413864