Where There’s Smoke Simon Beckett

Imagine not knowing the father of your child. Not knowing his name, what he looks like, or what sort of person he is. Although she is desperate for a baby, that is something that Kate Powell cannot accept. Single and independent, she likes to be in control of her own life—even if it has, somehow, become strangely shallow and meaningless. Then Kate meets a man who seems to be the answer to all her problems. But we all know appearances can be dangerously deceptive.

This is a creepy tale about how people can take on the identity of other people with disastrous results. The twisting and turning plot keeps you interested, with well-formed characters and a premise that the reader can identify with.

I received a copy of this book from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Click on the book cover to go to the Amazon page.

 

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