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The Darkest Secret

The Darkest Secret by Alex Marwood
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Apologies for the general email, but I desperately need your help.

My goddaughter, Coco Jackson, disappeared from her family's holiday home in Bournemouth on the night of Sunday/Monday August 29/30th, the bank holiday weekend just gone. Coco is three years old.

When identical twin Coco goes missing during a family celebration, there is a media frenzy. Her parents are rich and influential, as are the friends they were with at their holiday home by the sea.

But what really happened to Coco?

Over two intense weekends - the first when Coco goes missing and the second twelve years later at the funeral of her father - the darkest of secrets will gradually be revealed...

Taut, emotive and utterly compelling, an unputdownable 'ripped from the headlines' novel that you will want to talk about with everyone you know.

Little, Brown Book Group; January 2016
384 pages; ISBN 9781405521215
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Title: The Darkest Secret
Author: Alex Marwood
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While 'The Wicked Girls' was an extremely good read, 'The Killer Next Door' was less so this 'Darkest Secret' was, for me personally, very disappointing. Maybe I'm slow on the uptake, but with so many characters involved, I didn't realise what the hell was going on until c. page 130.Up to this the superfluous use dreary detail, sometimes repetitious and often tedious to the extreme, lead me to near abandonment of the entire novel. The latter half of the book was reasonable but with this author's obvious self enrichment of English grammatical constructions it could bore the hell out of many of us, me included. I'm afraid it will be my final association with this writer.

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