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3.78 of 5 stars 3.78  ·  rating details  ·  9 ratings  ·  4 reviews
At 8 3/4 months pregnant, Tracey Parkes has everything she wants in life. A nice house, even if it is a bit on the small side, a long awaited baby on the way and a reliable husband to boot... Well, as reliable as a husband can be when he's keeping a long held secret - a secret she's desperate to uncover. But with Jonathan continuing to keep schtum over the whole thing, Tra ...more
Paperback, 264 pages
Published June 1st 2011 by Mirador Publishing
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Rachel
A big thumbs up to Suzie Tullett.

Going Underground tells the story of Tracey and Jonathan - as he is left with no choice but to set out on a hilarious yet emotionally poignant journey, whilst she has no choice but to go chasing after him.

The book made me laugh from start to finish, its characters (both male and female) were believable and identifiable and the setting was penned with such imagery, I was easily transformed into their world. It was fast paced and I would consider very well writte
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Angelo Marcos
This book was recommended to me by a friend, and I actually really enjoyed it even though I'm going through a bit of a 'crime fiction only' phase at the moment!

There are a lot of socially awkward moments in this book, which I think is quite difficult to get right in writing (as opposed to a scene on television which is obviously much more visual). I do think that the author pulls them off though, and some of those scenes are genuinely hilarious. The scene where Tracey meets Mickey P and Andrea i
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Bella Crow
I couldn't finish it. I gave it till I was 25% done & had to call it quits. She gets 2 stars for proper grammar & actually coming up
& executing the plot.

What tanks the book - A bad case of too much telling instead of showing. A good editor could have helped that.

Too many PoV's & all of them totally unsympathetic. I couldn't relate to _any_ of them.
Mark
When Jonathan's past rears its head again by way of a friend's funeral the die is cast as Tracey (his unforgiving wife)sets out to discover more. This starts the ball rolling for a humorous tale of misadventure.

I originally bought this book as the author and I share the same surname, but without realtion. I look forward to more of her works.
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