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Admin25.08.2021

NAT DANIELS

Connie is in a mental facility awaiting trial, for driving into the river with 2 children, both apparently critical.
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Admin02.08.2021

NAT DANIELS

If I could give more than 5 Stars I would.
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Admin24.07.2021

Book Review

The nonexistence of thriller content inevitably leads to disappointment.
Admin20.06.2021

Book Review

You hear it everyday from people around the individuals that make the news for the horrible actions they have taken.
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Admin03.07.2021

Too Close by Natalie Daniels

Connie and Ness have a lot in common: they both were writers, they both had two kids the same ages and they happened to live 4 houses down from each other.
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Admin02.08.2021

Too Close by Natalie Daniels

You know you did something bad, but what exactly? In fact, unless they are sleeping together, they should establish distance right away, distance is good, it gives one perspective and space.
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Admin28.07.2021

Too Close by Natalie Daniels

As a psychological thriller, it also had all the elements within those pages that I love with a darkly atmospheric setting, well drawn and often unlikeable characters and a trail of subtly placed breadcrumbs that lead to a twisty finish! A haunting, edge-of-your-seat psychological thriller about a woman who has been institutionalized for a heinous crime, and the psychiatrist assigned to her case who must uncover the truth beneath the madness.
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Admin26.07.2021

Too Close by Natalie Daniels

Where to start with this one! Too Close opens with the inauspicious first meeting of Connie Mortensen and Vanessa Ness Jones as their children play together in the local playground and sees Connie reflect back on this inaugural meeting.
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Admin26.06.2021

NAT DANIELS

But despite that, they remained close for 6 years.
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Admin03.09.2021

NAT DANIELS

My mind was ready for exploding in a cascade of fury, hurt and betrayal, as my heart went out to Connie.
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Admin13.07.2021

NAT DANIELS

Recounted mainly in the first person by Connie together with chapters from the perspective of Dr Emma Robinson, her psychiatrist.
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