All That's Left Unsaid
All That's Left Unsaid by Rowena Holloway
An exotic suspense I couldn't put down
The skeleton of Positano is found in a cave, and this is what starts Harriet’s journey, but it is just one of many threads that tangle together and eventually converge in a satisfying ending.
There were plenty of surprises and a very clever twist at the end.The European element gave the story an exotic feel, imbued with rich culture, with the language done to perfection. It seems that everyone is trying to manipulate Harriet for their own purposes, and it’s nice to see her inner strength grow during the story. I particularly identified with the relationship between mother and daughter, and the final scene brought me to tears.
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