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Nicole Trope

Autor/a de The Family across the Street

25 obres 659 Membres 50 Ressenyes

Obres de Nicole Trope

The Family across the Street (2021) 226 exemplars
The Boy in the Photo (2019) 85 exemplars
The Truth about the Accident (2023) 43 exemplars
Hush, Little Bird (2015) 34 exemplars
The Foster Family (2022) 31 exemplars
The Boy Under the Table (2012) 31 exemplars
The Stepchild (2022) 26 exemplars
The Secrets in Silence (2014) 26 exemplars
The Stay-at-Home Mother (2022) 21 exemplars
Forgotten (2017) 19 exemplars
Blame (2016) 18 exemplars
His Other Wife (2022) 17 exemplars
Three Hours Late (2013) 15 exemplars
The Mother's Fault (2021) 15 exemplars
The Life She Left Behind (2020) 11 exemplars
The Girl Who Never Came Home (2020) 10 exemplars
The Nowhere Girl (2020) 9 exemplars
My Daughter's Secret (2019) 4 exemplars
Bring Him Home (2021) 4 exemplars
Roar (2014) 1 exemplars
Her Lover 1 exemplars


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I finished this very quickly....the action started straight away and I was absorbed. A great thriller! I highly recommend this for anyone who loves this genre
Jfranklin592262 | Hi ha 4 ressenyes més | Feb 9, 2024 |
Damon Kennedy is the CEO of Crisis IT. At home, Damon is Marla's husband, and Sean and Bianca's father. It may sound like the perfect life, but behind closed doors, Damon's life with Marla and his family is not the same reflection that Sonya hears as his therapist nor the same as shared with his mistress, Athena. After being the victim of a hit-and-run accident, Damon is in an induced coma. It will be curious to know which truth Damon will tell the police about the minutes leading up to the accident when or if he wakes up. Damon may not be the only one with secrets.

In alternating chapters, the reader learns about Damon through the POVs of Marla, Sonya, and Athena. Each POV reveals how Damon conducts himself in different settings and relationships. At first, there are more questions than answers of a life with interlocking threads that may unravel faster than Damon can address locked in the silence of a coma. There is also a 4th and anonymous POV, and when the name was revealed, I was taken entirely by surprise. What a plot moment of Gotcha!

It was hard to put the book down, and I look forward to reading more of the author's writing.
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FerneMysteryReader | Jan 4, 2024 |
I enjoyed this book! There weren't really any mind-blowing twists, but it did deal with a lot of heavy topics which really makes you think a lot more than the regular "child is missing" books.

In the first half of the book, I felt like a lot of Leslie's chapters were really repetitive and unnecessary, or could have been way, way shorter. The second half of the book was fast-paced and less repetitive.
filemanager | Hi ha 2 ressenyes més | Nov 29, 2023 |
Leah and Katelyn have been best friends since they were 6. Katelyn had a difficult childhood when she was taken care of by Leah’s parent and they basically became sisters. They went thru life together; marriage, divorce, infertility, depression … one always being there for the other. Cleaning up after Her 36th birthday party (not sure why the number is significant but it’s mentioned a few times throughout the book), Katelyn starts acting strangely. She is rushed to the hospital and diagnosed with TGA, Transient Global Amnesia, that can be brought on by stress. As she tries to unravel the mystery of what happened, secrets lies and betrayal come to light. Can anyone be trusted?

The premise was so intriguing to me, the cover inviting. Unfortunately I was disappointed in the execution. Told in 3rd person, with alternating Leah and Katelyn’s current, young and mid story. It was easy to keep track of and usually I would have enjoyed it, somehow this just didn’t work. It was slow moving and disjointed. I really couldn’t connect with any of the characters.

Thanks to Bookouture and NetGalley for this ARC. This is my honest opinion.
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LoriKBoyd | Oct 24, 2023 |


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