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Am I Guilty?: The psychological crime thriller debut from the No.1 kindle bestselling author of THE PERFECT COUPLE (English Edition) Formato Kindle
A mother’s job is to protect her child…
But everyone makes mistakes…
The gripping psychological thriller debut from the No.1 kindle bestselling author of The Perfect Couple
I never thought it would happen to me…
One moment I had it all – a gorgeous husband, a beautiful home, a fulfilling career and two adorable children. The next, everything came crashing down around me.
They said it was my fault. They said I’m the worst mother in the world. And even though I can’t remember what happened that day, they wouldn’t lie to me. These are my friends, my family, people I trust.
But then why do I have this creeping sensation that something is wrong? Why do I feel like people are keeping secrets? Am I really as guilty as they say? And if I’m not, what will happen when the truth comes out…?
Perfect for fans of Liane Moriarty, Shari Lapena and Lisa Jewell
What readers are saying about Am I Guilty:
‘One of the best suspense mysteries I have ever read’
‘What a wild rollercoaster of a book’
‘Full of twists and the suspense just grows with each turn of the page’
‘Had me on the edge of my seat until the final page!’
‘I love getting so much more than expected out of a story and this is a prime example of that’
‘Heart breaking, fast paced & so many twists. I would recommend this to anyone’
‘Gripped from the first page – a must read for those thrill seekers’
‘This was brilliant. I literally couldn’t put this down’
‘Five stars and I’d add an extra one if I could, it’s that good’
Jackie Kabler was born in Coventry but spent much of her childhood in Ireland. She worked as a newspaper reporter and then a television news correspondent for twenty years, spending nearly a decade on GMTV followed by stints with ITN and BBC News. During that time, she covered major stories around the world including the Kosovo crisis, the impeachment of President Clinton, the Asian tsunami, famine in Ethiopia, the Soham murders and the disappearance of Madeleine McCann. Jackie now divides her time between crime writing and her job as a presenter on shopping channel QVC. She has a degree in zoology, runs long distances for fun and lives in Gloucestershire with her husband.
Facebook author page /jackiekablerauthor
Praise for Jackie Kabler:
'An intriguing and gripping psychological thriller that keeps you guessing as you frantically turn the pages’ Sunday Times bestselling author C. L. Taylor
‘This is a psychological thriller that has everything: intrigue, mystery and constant twists and turns. I couldn't put it down!’ Alex Lake, bestselling author of Seven Days
‘There is no let-up in this twisty-turny thriller…Just when you think you've cracked its secrets, your expectations are upended again’ Kate Riordan, author of The Heatwave--Questo testo si riferisce a un'edizione alternativa kindle_edition.
- ASIN : B07H52VDB5
- Editore : One More Chapter (19 aprile 2019)
- Lingua : Inglese
- Dimensioni file : 2391 KB
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- Lunghezza stampa : 315 pagine
- Posizione nella classifica Bestseller di Amazon: n. 499,960 in Kindle Store (Visualizza i Top 100 nella categoria Kindle Store)
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Sorry forvthe spoiler but really this should not come as a surprise as it appearscto be the must- have preferred shocker event for lazy writers as a way to introduce an unhinged predator into the plot. Is there perhaps a paper on creative writing entitled ' Mutilated cats 101 - the only plot device you'll ever need!'
I am sick of being hijacked by this device over and over. Writers please push your imaginations a bit more and leave cats alone. What did they ever do to you anyway? Oh and if you really can't write a narrative without killing a feline in the process, don't have one of your dozy characters then bring a kitten in to the plot so that it can most likely happen again! Would anyone be so stupid?
Yes it is fiction, but we believe it is real whilst interacting with the narrative. Otherwise the process is redundant. The constant killing of a beautiful animal does not enhance my reading pleasure and in fact it is more likely to make me close the book unfinished.
This is a very well developed book that takes us into the lives of a group of people who were all witnesses to a tragic event which has since destroyed Thea’s life. But perhaps everything isn’t as it seems. It really does seem impossible to talk about the plot without giving any of the details away. Jackie Kabler has crafted a very twisty story here. On several occasions, I thought I had everything worked out, and I thought I knew how the ending was going to unfold, but I was proven wrong, in a very big way, but it did make so much sense.
Thea is a character who I did feel desperately sorry for, not straight away though when I began to understand why she was in the position she was now, but I really did start to connect to her as Thea tried to sift through the puzzle of information that she had to get to an answer. It made for very tense reading as she reached the dramatic conclusion.
Sometimes I find that when drama is played out in books, I don’t always find it very believable, but here everything did feel very real and I could totally understand how the characters were behaving the way they were. I thought this particularly towards the end when secrets that had been kept were slowly revealed to other characters who had previously been in the dark.
I was desperate to know the truth about what had happened to this group of people and find out once and for all if Thea was responsible. I could sense her own need and desperation to get to the bottom of it, even if it did prove if she was guilty. And some of the scenes were definitely shocking.
Jackie Kabler brings her tightly woven story into a very believable, heart-breaking, but satisfactory ending. This is a read which I certainly wouldn’t hesitate in recommending. Jackie Kabler is a name I will be watching out for in the future.
It starts off with one of the main characters Thea out and about and people being nasty to her but you don't know why just that she's obviously done something terrible .
Thea Is a mum of two Nell and baby Zander married to Rupert .Her best friend is Isla and together they enjoy a drink or two .
Annabelle is mum to sienna ,Millie and Oliver and married to Greg She works as a party events organizer .Millie is good friends with Nell .
Flora now works for Annabelle as her pa but helps out with the kids but previously worked for Thea before the tragic event happened .
Something bad happens to Thea and she is convinced she is guilty as that is what everyone has told her .She is awaiting trial for what happens but during this time she starts to get memory flashbacks to that tragic day .She is on the hunt to find out if she really was guilty like everyone said .
Loved this book it kept you hooked all the way through searching for the truth .
Have read a few of this authors books which have all been good and this one did not disappoint.