Paperback : 04 Sep 2008
Read an extract from: Monster Love
'I've kicked myself that I didn't do anything about it then. I've often thought, what if I had? Would she be alive now?' Charlotte, neighbour
'I wonder at how gullible I was... because when I asked them if I could see Samantha, just for the record, she said she was playing at the rec with her friends and I just went Oh, OK' Kaye, social worker
'You see it all the time in videos and that, but until you're in the room with them you don't really know what it means' Sharon, juror
No one in the neighbourhood has seen the Gutteridges' little girl Samantha for months. But Brendan and Sherilyn look happier than ever, so nothing is wrong. Is it?
For the Gutteridges, Samantha was just a thing that threatened to worm its way into their perfect love. For everyone else, her story is the stuff of tabloid headlines. But this time it's not in a newspaper, it's happening right next door...
Customer Review: 23 November 2008
'I’m reading this book at the moment and am very intrigued by it. It’s cleverly written and different from the norm. But I’ve come across the most amazing booboo and I cannot believe she didn’t get her facts straight on this: “He arranged them on his table in the exact position of the pyramids in the Valley of the Kings” “I took it when we were in Egypt, in the Valley of the Kings….she was standing next to one pyramid, with two others in the background” If she’d bothered to read up about the place she describes she’d have found that there are no pyramids in the Valley of the Kings. They’re in Giza near Cairo, hundreds of miles away!'» Submit a review
Size : 129 x 198mm
Pages : 272
Published : 04 Sep 2008
Publisher : Fig Tree
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