The Wake (Paperback)
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The Wake (Paperback)

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Paperback 264 Pages / Published: 27/10/2020
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Publisher: Bloodhound Books
ISBN: 9781913419929
Number of pages: 264

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Marnie Harrison

“An outstanding psychological suspense”

Vikki Patis has done it again! Just when I thought that her last book, Girl Lost, was the best book she has written, in she swoops with The Wake! This book totally blew me away and I absolutely loved it! If you are a... More

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GraceJReviewerlady.net

“Original & Engaging!”

This one is right up my street - I adore stories told from multiple points of view!

Unusually, this book begins with a funeral. Richard Asquith is the deceased who we know nothing about until his life is related... More

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“A compelling domestic suspense novel, full of secrets and lies!”

Cleverley plotted; this story is told from five different perspectives. The Deceased – Richard Asquith, The Daughter – Skye, The Daughter-in-Law – Lexi, The Mistress – Eleanor and the Celebrant – James. As well as... More

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