Thursday, 22 February 2018

Hiding- Jenny Morton-Potts-4*  

Rebecca lives with her two siblings with her grandparents as their parents died in
a car accident. She does some research and can’t understand why her name is not
the same as theirs was. Keller makes his last journey to the prison where his father
has been incarcerated and then travels to England to find out more about a family
he has known about for a very long time. Two separate stories of two very different
lives. This is a well written novel that took me a while to get into but once I did I
really enjoyed it and wanted to know what the connection was. Jenny gives
excellent character portrayal especially to the main pair. Rebecca you take to easily,
Keller you have to wonder what his intentions are and are more and more
suspicious as the plot thickens. I couldn’t see where this was going- at all which to
me shows how well it has been planned and written. To me it was more of a crime
book (albeit with a psychological element) than a pure psychological thriller.
That said I still really enjoyed it. One of those books that is a different read from
the formatted norm. An unusual, thought provoking read.
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About the author

Jenny is a novelist, screenplay writer and playwright. After a series of 'proper jobs', she realised she was living someone else's life and escaped to Gascony to make gîtes. Knee deep in cement and pregnant, Jenny was happy. Then autism and a distracted spine surgeon wiped out the order. Returned to wonderful England, to write her socks off.
      Jenny would like to see the Northern Lights but worries that’s the best bit and should be saved till last. Very happily, and gratefully, settled with family.
      She tries not to take herself too seriously.

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