The Girl In The Red Coat by Kate Hamer: Book Review

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I finished this book in record time as it was compulsive reading.  It’s about a missing child and is told from both mother and child’s perspective.

The mother’s story is sensitive and beautifully written, charting her struggle, as time passes with no sign of her daughter.

The child’s story is full of twists and turns, some of which I found hard to swallow as they were just too far fetched.

The conclusion left many questions unanswered and some of the themes that were introduced did not seem to be fully explored.

However, I still couldn’t put it down, so that rates it as a good read!

 

 

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