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Well like Kaylein I had no idea that this was based on an actual case, Knowing this, I can now look at it in a whole different light. I did find this book hard to get into at first but I am glad I kept with it. It is not an easy read and not for the faint hearted, but once I got into it I found it a gripping tale and really got caught up in it. The final chapters flew past I was so tied up in the story and I could not stop reading until I had finished. Well worth a look. ( )
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