FORGOTTEN – Neven Carr

ForgottenAn enjoyable read, the first in the exciting ‘Araneya Series’, involving a ruthless band of Italian-Australian ex-Vietnam Vets out to silence a child witness when it appears that her trauma-induced lost memory might be returning.

Young teacher, Claudia Cabriatti does not think it strange that all children have no memory of life in early childhood, but hers begin at age eight. Then a woman is shot and killed in the grounds of Claudia’s home; a strangely familiar face…

Then she senses that she is being followed, and when a second killing takes place, her world of family warmth and trust begins to fall apart when she realises that her beloved Papa is also not what he seems to be. Secrets begin to shatter, and ruthless men will go to any lengths to prevent them breaking open altogether.

Can she trust a secretive man called Saul Reardon who is supposed to be keeping her safe?

Neven Carr

Neven Carr author

Beautifully written emotions, haunting motives; this is a brilliant start to The Araneya Series.

 

Keep ‘em coming, NEVEN CARR. Thank you for this Instafreebie copy. I only select the best of any possibly intriguing titles for review, so, if you would like to, send me more of the same, direct, and FOLLOW this blog.

 

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About peterjearle

Writer of thriller novels. 5 Published: 'Purgatory Road', 'The Barros Pawns', and the Detective Dice Modise Series:'Hunter's Venom - #1' 'Medicinal Purposes Only - #2', and 'Children Apart - #3; all from Southern Africa.
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