Leah Mills lives a life of a fugitive – kept on the run by one terrible day from her past. It is a lonely life, without a social life or friends until – longing for a connection – she meets Julian. For the first time she dares to believe she can live a normal life.
Then, on the twentieth anniversary of that day, she receives a card. Someone knows the truth about what happened. Someone who won’t stop until they’ve destroyed the life Leah has created.
But is Leah all she seems? Or does she deserve everything she gets?
Everyone has secrets. But some are deadly.
When you stay up late because you want to finish a book, you know it’s a good book. From the first chapter, the book keeps you guessing, because you know something is up, but you don’t know what. And then little hints get dropped and it’s making you more and more curious. You start to wonder what happened with Leah, but also you start to mistrust every person that’s in her life.
The whole atmosphere in the book is just somewhat creepy, because of the things that are happening to Leah and the way she’s hiding her past. But besides creepy, the book keeps you curious as well and that combination is lethal. Well, not really but trust me, you’ll end up staying awake because you’ll want to finish this book.
Kathryn Croft has written an amazingly thrilling and gripping story and I cannot wait to read more of her. ‘The girl with no past’ is a mustread (and secretly even better than ‘The girl on the train’).
DetailsThe girl with no past by Kathryn Croft
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