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You’ve just survived a plane crash. What next? For Ally it’s a case of packing up the essentials and making a run for it. But why is she so keen to escape the scene? The truth is gradually revealed in this finely plotted thriller by crime debutant Jessica Barry that’ll have you in its thrall and on the edge of your seat. Meanwhile, everyone thinks Ally is dead. Everyone, that is, except for her widowed mother, Maggie, and she’s determined to uncover the truth. It’s a decision both she and her daughter may come to regret… Read the full review here.

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