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by Jane Holland
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Url Phantomhive
Url Phantomhive rated it 8 years ago
Eleanor witnessed her mother's murder as a little girl. Now, she finds a body in exactly the same spot. Only, the police can later not find it. I find it slightly ironic that while I read this book I was very annoyed by the main character, while one of the main points of the stories is that the poli...
Just a book blog
Just a book blog rated it 8 years ago
Eleanor Blackwood was only six-years-old when she witnessed her mother's murder. The killer was never found. Now, exactly 18 years later, Eleanor finds a woman's body in the same spot where her mother was killed. By the time Eleanor gets out of the woods and the police arrive, the body is gone. The ...
pie and papercuts
pie and papercuts rated it 8 years ago
DNFThe writing was very draggy, and Ellie was irritating. She was more concerned about someone not calling her back than the fact that she discovered a dead body in the woods. I tried to push through, because this seemed right up my alley, but I grew very bored.
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