Deceived by Irene Hannon

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Kate Marshall is shopping. She is in the mall. She decides to head down the escalator. Across the rail, on the “up” side of the escalator, a word grabs her attention. A little boy with the same color as her son had. That word he is saying. They lock eyes for a split second. Could it be?

The past 3 years have been spent grieving, but Kate had felt she was moving on. But it’s all rushing back… the boat, the life jacket, the water, the police. Her husband and son gone. Although her son’s body had never been found, there was no way he could still be alive. Or could he?

Knowing she can’t rest until she does all she can do, she decided to hire a Private Investigator. Connor Sullivan is an ex-Secret Service agent, and very respectful and trustworthy. As he begins to dig in, the results are shocking.

I loved this book! It never stopped moving. It was so heartbreaking, and yet so full of hope! A great read!

I’m giving this book away, so if you’d like to win it, just leave a comment below!

I was given a free copy of this book by the publisher, in exchange for an honest review.

 

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4 thoughts on “Deceived by Irene Hannon

  1. This sounds like a book it would be hard to put down. Thanks for the chance to win. I really enjoy reading your book reviews.

  2. New books are always fun! Stories about mothers and their children affect me a lot differently then they used to. This one sounds like it would make me cry.

  3. Melody

    I’d love to have it… 🙂

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