All Your Fault

All Your Fault

by J.C. Lewin

NOOK Book1. Aufl. 2018 (eBook - 1. Aufl. 2018)

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* Winner of the Janklow & Nesbit 2015 Debut Novel Competition * Shortlisted for the Luke Bitmead Bursary 2015 "A gripping thriller with an authentic voice" - Luke Bitmead shortlist "Expect great things from J.C. Lewin"- Julia Crouch She's saved so many lives. But can she save her own daughter? Social worker Suzanne Walker has spent her life protecting children from abuse. For Suzanne it's not just a job but a duty. Then one of her young wards is found dead. And her own teenage daughter, Teigan, goes missing. Suzanne's cosy life shatters to pieces. It's like Teigan vanished into thin air. What really happened that day? The question haunts Suzanne, as she recounts the morning leading up to Teigan's disappearance. They'd had a fight. A normal mother-daughter spat. Did Teigan run away? Detective Sergeant Anthony Clarke takes on the case, and the clues begin to paint a grim picture of events. Why are there traces of blood in the house? Why didn't Suzanne contact the police sooner? It seems like everyone is hiding something. As the investigation deepens, one thing becomes clear: no matter who you are, the past always catches up with you. About the Author J.C. Lewin loved writing stories as a child, but started writing more seriously in 2014 when she quit her job as a social worker to study a Masters in Creative Writing at City University, London. Her debut novel won the Janklow & Nesbit debut competition in 2015 and was shortlisted for the Luke Bitmead Bursary. J.C. Lewin now manages a care home by day and continues to write by night.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9783732555321
Publisher: Bastei Entertainment
Publication date: 07/10/2018
Sold by: Readbox
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 626
Sales rank: 881,888
File size: 1 MB
Age Range: 14 - 18 Years

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All Your Fault 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous 28 days ago
first time reading by this author and I had trouble putting it down I loved it
reneewellwood More than 1 year ago
All Your Fault by J.C. Lewin Publisher: Bastei Entertainment Thanks to NetGalley and publisher Bastei Entertainment for the ebook ARC of All Your Fault by J.C. Lewin in exchange for an honest review. She’s saved so many lives. But can she save her own daughter? Social worker, Suzanne Walker has spent her life protecting children from abuse. Then one of her young wards is found dead. And her own teenage daughter, Teigan, goes missing. Suzanne’s cosy life shatters to pieces. It’s like Teigan has vanished into thin air. What really happened that day? The question haunts Suzanne, as she recaps the morning leading up to Teigan’s disappearance. They had a fight. A normal mother-daughter disagreement. Did Teigan run away? Detective Sergeant Anthony Clarke takes on the case. Why are there traces of blood in the house? Why didn’t Suzanne contact the police sooner? It seems like everyone is hiding something. As the investigation deepens, one thing becomes clear: the past always catches up with you, no matter who you are. I give this book a rating of 5 stars and I highly recommend reading this fast paced thriller. The book started out a bit slow, and wasn’t sure how I was going to like it. Then Teigan disappears and the story quickly picks up. Suzanne did not remember what had happened the morning her daughter disappeared and J.C. Lewin made you doubt the main character, Suzanne. I did not see that ending coming and I was really pulled in. The book was amazing and I really look forward to reading more by J.C. Lewin. AllYourFault #NetGalley
booklover- More than 1 year ago
Suzanne Walker is a single mom, a job of social worker. She has spent her life caring for those forgotten children ... Recently one of her charges was murdered by her mother. Laden with guilt, her life shatters even further when her teenage daughter, Teigan, goes missing. More guilt by mom .. the last time she saw her daughter was when they had a huge argument. DS Anthony Clarke investigates and from the beginning he wonders about Suzanne. He feels she's hiding something ... but what? He has questions, lots of questions. Why did it take Suzanne two days to miss her daughter? Why are there traces of blood in the house? Why doesn't mom seem to know anything about her daughter? Why is Teigan's bedroom door locked? Who is the older man she's been texting for the last few months? Suzanne has no answers ... she remembers almost nothing about the morning Teigan disappeared. Did she black out and hurt her own daughter? Heaven help her, she didn't kill her daughter, did she? After all ... it wouldn't be the first time she has killed. It seems like there are secrets on top of secrets. The reader learns of Suzanne's past which collides with her present. Even DS Clarke has things he has not shared with his colleagues. And what is the obscure connection between Clarke and Suzanne? This is a well-written psychological thriller/crime fiction. The characters are outstanding. I really enjoyed the relationships among them and the mix of professional and personal. There are enough surprises and twists to keep your eyes glued to the pages until the surprising ending. Many thanks to the author / be ebooks / Netgalley for the digital copy of this psychological thriller. Opinions expressed here are unbiased and entirely my own.
readers_retreat More than 1 year ago
Having read two books from be ebooks previously and absolutely loving them, after reading the synopsis for this one it was an easy decision to request an advance copy. It also reminded me to purchase and try some of the other crime writers they publish. I get all gushy like this when I feel as though an author or publisher is very underrated, this is definitely the case here. I will be going to purchase some of their other publications once I have completed this review. "All Your Fault" is the third title from this wonderful publisher to totally and wholeheartedly blow me away! I am not surprised it was the winner of the Janklow & Nesbit 2015 Debut Novel Competition and was shortlisted for the Luke Bitmead Bursary 2015. This is a first-class, gripping thriller and just when you think you have it all figured out Lewin pulls the rug out from under you and you realise that you were completely wrong! I just love it when that happens! The story moved at a rapid pace, the characters were likeable and realistic, and I found it pretty unputdownable. An excellent read that would be a worthy addition to any crime buff's library or TBR list. Many thanks to be ebooks for an ARC. I was not required to post a review and all thoughts and opinions expressed are my own.
readers_retreat More than 1 year ago
Having read two books from be ebooks previously and absolutely loving them, after reading the synopsis for this one it was an easy decision to request an advance copy. It also reminded me to purchase and try some of the other crime writers they publish. I get all gushy like this when I feel as though an author or publisher is very underrated, this is definitely the case here. I will be going to purchase some of their other publications once I have completed this review. "All Your Fault" is the third title from this wonderful publisher to totally and wholeheartedly blow me away! I am not surprised it was the winner of the Janklow & Nesbit 2015 Debut Novel Competition and was shortlisted for the Luke Bitmead Bursary 2015. This is a first-class, gripping thriller and just when you think you have it all figured out Lewin pulls the rug out from under you and you realise that you were completely wrong! I just love it when that happens! The story moved at a rapid pace, the characters were likeable and realistic, and I found it pretty unputdownable. An excellent read that would be a worthy addition to any crime buff's library or TBR list. Many thanks to be ebooks for an ARC. I was not required to post a review and all thoughts and opinions expressed are my own.