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' The window's so small I can't see what happens next But what I do know is that Kim is dead And I know this too that I helped to kill her Kim my lovely only best friend'Five years ago Maura fled life in Dowerby and took on a new identity despera. What's that First review for this book How lucky I amThis was a great readWhen I think crime I don't think summer read But I've read this whole book in the sun in my garden It works The setting is great and I could picture Dowerby perfectly Although I knew it was set somewhere inspired by Alnwick and other Northern market towns I was picturing Dowery just like that anyway and would have regardless Maura was a rather frustrating character She was in a poisonous relationship with her husband and my what a dick he was Men like Nick deserve to die a very slow and painful death and I'm very glad of how the end turned out Kim was great glamorous and sassy she was just what Dowerby needed And she wasn't afraid not until the very end and anyone would have been terrified thenI feel sorry for Rosie in all of this and don't understand why she didn't say anything at nursery isn't that the kind of thing a child would mention Daddy made mummy cry But then again Dowerby's the kind of place this wouldn't have been taken furtherI loved the conflict between the characters and I loved the setting I liked a lot of what the book had to say but resented some thingsHaving attended an event with the author and hearing her talk of the book I really want to know what the strand of romance was that she had had to edit out I look forward to reading of her adult offerings and perhaps her young adult if they are published

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Make up the full picture for Maura to see and the reporter to reveal Hidden secrets are uncovered that have been left to settle for far too long But in life some things can't be left unsaid and eventually the truth will out Whatever the conseuenc. Maura is a young lady living with her husband and child in what seems to be a sleepyflowery'Midsummer Murders' style market town living the life of a woman who is 'looked after' spending her time buying makeup magazines and cooking dinner for the familyA newcomera bright ambitious reporter arrives in town after a campaign to get publicity for the forthcoming summer fair KimKim is a larger than life character with no moralsProbably too full on for such a small place and it's residents that do not accept outsiders readilyMaura befriends Kim and I believerelishes the adventure and excitement Kim has to offer and attractsThe friendship is looked down upon by the rest of the townsfolkMaura's husband takes charge of that summer's annual medieval fair Things start to take a turn for the worst for Maura and eventually for Kim alsoNot going into this for fear of spoilingThis book is told in first person and is uick to reveal vital clues's to the plot and storyline from the get goFive years onwhy has Maura changed her name and left this town She seems to be hiding from someone or somethingMaura's life is now in total contrast to what it was until she is visited by a reporter What made him come looking for her Lots of uestions all become clear as the story unfoldsEventually the truth comes out and reveals the towns hidden secrets from five years previousThis book wasBea Davenport's debut adult novelI read her This Little Piggy first and was blown away by itLoved the smoothness and flowHowever I didn't feel this so much with In Too DeepThe book jumps from when the reporter found her and the events form five years before I have read a few books that jump between time lines but felt this one lacked the continuity and flow to carry this off and I experienced confusion every so oftenThis is not to say I didn't like this book and don't want you to be put off by the three starsI liked it a lotIt just didn't blow me away like her other worksI still enjoyed Bea's style of writing and her journalist background shone through againI wasn't expecting the hard hitting content that bounced off the pages at me later in the book and gasped as I read itI had only read the blurb on the back page which kept this part of the book a huge secret much like Maura's story itselfWowit was uncomfortable and a tender subject to tackle and I think Bea wrote it extremely wellMaking me feel was evidence that the book had drawn me right into this distressing topic and had 'got me' All the sameI did struggle to read these pages and even skim read uite a fewUp till this point I didn't feel anything for these characters but this topic made me feelThis book is well worth a read but you need to have a strong mind about youA good debut novelConstant suspense throughout even though it wasn't a favourite for me personallyI will definitely read from Bea Davenport because if This Little Piggy was even better what will future novels be like fabulous Wizards Tale III up the full picture for Maura to see and the reporter to reveal Hidden secrets are Wizard's Tale III: A Spell To Eternity uncovered that have been left to settle for far too long But in life some things can't be left The Friend unsaid and eventually the truth will out Whatever the conseuenc. Maura is a young lady living with her husband and child in what seems to be a sleepyflowery'Midsummer Murders' style market town living the life of a woman who is 'looked after' spending her time buying makeup magazines and cooking dinner for the familyA newcomera bright ambitious reporter arrives in town after a campaign to get publicity for the forthcoming summer fair KimKim is a larger than life character with no moralsProbably too full on for such a small place and it's residents that do not accept outsiders readilyMaura befriends Kim and I believerelishes the adventure and excitement Kim has to offer and attractsThe friendship is looked down The Hate U Give upon by the rest of the townsfolkMaura's husband takes charge of that summer's annual medieval fair Things start to take a turn for the worst for Maura and eventually for Kim alsoNot going into this for fear of spoilingThis book is told in first person and is Chenelyn! Chenelyn! uick to reveal vital clues's to the plot and storyline from the get goFive years onwhy has Maura changed her name and left this town She seems to be hiding from someone or somethingMaura's life is now in total contrast to what it was Pillar of Fire until she is visited by a reporter What made him come looking for her Lots of Power of Deliverance uestions all become clear as the story Place of Refuge unfoldsEventually the truth comes out and reveals the towns hidden secrets from five years previousThis book wasBea Davenport's debut adult novelI read her This Little Piggy first and was blown away by itLoved the smoothness and flowHowever I didn't feel this so much with In Too DeepThe book jumps from when the reporter found her and the events form five years before I have read a few books that jump between time lines but felt this one lacked the continuity and flow to carry this off and I experienced confusion every so oftenThis is not to say I didn't like this book and don't want you to be put off by the three starsI liked it a lotIt just didn't blow me away like her other worksI still enjoyed Bea's style of writing and her journalist background shone through againI wasn't expecting the hard hitting content that bounced off the pages at me later in the book and gasped as I read itI had only read the blurb on the back page which kept this part of the book a huge secret much like Maura's story itselfWowit was Day of Remembrance uncomfortable and a tender subject to tackle and I think Bea wrote it extremely wellMaking me feel was evidence that the book had drawn me right into this distressing topic and had 'got me' All the sameI did struggle to read these pages and even skim read God is Bigger than your Biggest Problem uite a fewUp till this point I didn't feel anything for these characters but this topic made me feelThis book is well worth a read but you need to have a strong mind about youA good debut novelConstant suspense throughout even though it wasn't a favourite for me personallyI will definitely read from Bea Davenport because if This Little Piggy was even better what will future novels be like fabulous

Bea Davenport Á 6 review

Tely trying to piece her life back together and escape the dark clouds that plagued her past But then a reporter tracks her down and persuades her to tell her story putting her own life in danger once againLayer upon layer of violence and deceit. In Too Deep by Bea Davenport is a Legend Press publication and was released in the summer of 2013 I received a copy of this book from the publisher and Netgalley in exchange for an honest review Maura and Nick live in the small town of Dowerby Things are underway for the annual Dowerby Fair One of the traditions of the fair is a medieval tradition that only women are subject to and that is a dunking booth Nick is very involved in the planning of the fair Maura is offended by the dunking but she is just blown off by the committeeWhen a young attractive reporter Kim Carter moves to town she turns Maura and Nick's conventional life on it's earMaura who has never connected with the people in Dowerby makes an instant friend out of Kim The two of them couldn't be different But Kim sees the reality of Maura's life better than Maura Kim helps Maura get a job and begins helping to advance herself Maura is also the mother of a young daughter and is beginning to have a very strained marriage Her time with Kim is most fun she sees in lifeBut Kim is not all that popular in Dowerby She is too open minded to unconventional too attractive too outspoken and too career minded Even Maura has a hard time with Kim's lifestyle and attitudes at times But when life is really looking up for Kim a terrible thing happens and Maura feels responsible and also feels like she could be in danger There are people including her husband who do not want Maura telling her side of the storyMaura feels as though she has no choice but to go into hiding leaving her daughter behindNow five years after the events in Doweby a reporter has found Maura Once she finds her life turned aroundTold from Maura's point of view we alternate between the past and the present as she tell how she met Kim got a job her marriage issues and the Dowerby fair We then fast forward to current events and Maura deals with being found by Paul a reporter that claims to have new information that could help Maura reunite with her daughter Rose But does she dare trust him Could he lead Nick to her Was it really possible that she could be a mother to Rose againThe writing style is very uniue in this novel The author manages to build suspense at a slow pace that keeps you turning pages impatient to find out how Maura's life came to this point and what has her feeling so guilty and so afraid The witch dunking is an actual event in fairs and this tradition was based in fact Issues such as domestic violence small town prejudices and politics are examined If not for these barbaric traditions and the judgments passed by the folks of Dowerby the events that led to this terrible tragedy would never have taken place Thankfully Kim's influence on Maura was long lasting and Maura could have a second chance at a productive life and careerI really enjoyed this book It was difficult to read some of the passages regarding domestic violence but I loved the slow build of suspense and the way Maura finally blossoms Maura's transformation would never have happened if not for the friendship she nurtured with Kim While Kim was not always the most moral person she was the best thing that ever happened to Maura It appears that Maura also makes some new friends that will be there for her in the futureOverall this a good solid A Managerial Decision Making upon layer of violence and deceit. In Too Deep by Bea Davenport is a Legend Press publication and was released in the summer of 2013 I received a copy of this book from the publisher and Netgalley in exchange for an honest review Maura and Nick live in the small town of Dowerby Things are His Punishment underway for the annual Dowerby Fair One of the traditions of the fair is a medieval tradition that only women are subject to and that is a dunking booth Nick is very involved in the planning of the fair Maura is offended by the dunking but she is just blown off by the committeeWhen a young attractive reporter Kim Carter moves to town she turns Maura and Nick's conventional life on it's earMaura who has never connected with the people in Dowerby makes an instant friend out of Kim The two of them couldn't be different But Kim sees the reality of Maura's life better than Maura Kim helps Maura get a job and begins helping to advance herself Maura is also the mother of a young daughter and is beginning to have a very strained marriage Her time with Kim is most fun she sees in lifeBut Kim is not all that popular in Dowerby She is too open minded to Himig Ng Sinag: MGA Piling Tula unconventional too attractive too outspoken and too career minded Even Maura has a hard time with Kim's lifestyle and attitudes at times But when life is really looking The Test up for Kim a terrible thing happens and Maura feels responsible and also feels like she could be in danger There are people including her husband who do not want Maura telling her side of the storyMaura feels as though she has no choice but to go into hiding leaving her daughter behindNow five years after the events in Doweby a reporter has found Maura Once she finds her life turned aroundTold from Maura's point of view we alternate between the past and the present as she tell how she met Kim got a job her marriage issues and the Dowerby fair We then fast forward to current events and Maura deals with being found by Paul a reporter that claims to have new information that could help Maura reunite with her daughter Rose But does she dare trust him Could he lead Nick to her Was it really possible that she could be a mother to Rose againThe writing style is very The Test: Taken By The Men Who Raised Me uniue in this novel The author manages to build suspense at a slow pace that keeps you turning pages impatient to find out how Maura's life came to this point and what has her feeling so guilty and so afraid The witch dunking is an actual event in fairs and this tradition was based in fact Issues such as domestic violence small town prejudices and politics are examined If not for these barbaric traditions and the judgments passed by the folks of Dowerby the events that led to this terrible tragedy would never have taken place Thankfully Kim's influence on Maura was long lasting and Maura could have a second chance at a productive life and careerI really enjoyed this book It was difficult to read some of the passages regarding domestic violence but I loved the slow build of suspense and the way Maura finally blossoms Maura's transformation would never have happened if not for the friendship she nurtured with Kim While Kim was not always the most moral person she was the best thing that ever happened to Maura It appears that Maura also makes some new friends that will be there for her in the futureOverall this a good solid A

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