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The Second Life of Amy Archer

by R.S. Pateman

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Every mother's nightmare just got worse...

Ten years ago she disappeared without a trace... now she's back.


It's been ten years since Amy Archer went missing. Snatched from her local playground, Amy disappeared without a trace and the lives of her parents, Beth and Brian, were torn apart.

Now Beth is alone, still struggling with her grief and the horror of not knowing the fate of her only child. But on the anniversary of the disappearance, a stranger appears at Beth's door, claiming to know what happened to Amy.

Beth is introduced to a little girl who is the uncanny double of her missing daughter, who knows things that only Amy would remember: the name of her favourite toy, the place where she scratched her initials, what Beth likes for breakfast. But this can't be Amy; she hasn't aged a day...

Desperate to know the truth about what really happened to her daughter, Beth is forced to question everything she has ever believed in, and push her faith and her sanity to the limits.

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On 31st December, 1999, ten-year-old Amy Archer went missing from her local playground. Her body was never found and the lives of her parents, Beth and Brian, were torn apart. On the tenth anniversary of the disappearance, Beth is still struggling with the horror of not knowing the fate of her only child. Then her world is turned upside down when a stranger knocks on her door. Beth is introduced to a little girl who is the uncanny double of her missing daughter, who knows things that only Amy would remember. But this can ?t be Amy; she hasn ?t aged a day...… (more)

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