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Vanishing Point

3.39 of 5 stars 3.39  ·  rating details  ·  44 ratings  ·  3 reviews
When Frankie, mid-forties, sees in a passing train the unforgettable face of her long-lost love, she turns straight round and goes after him. For she, more than anyone, knows he is dead; was there when it happened, attended the inquest and later served a prison sentence for his manslaughter. Frankie, Cristina, Cassandra, Jenny and Pippa... five women living quite separate...more
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Published September 12th 2005 by Sphere (first published August 4th 2005)
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Kathleen Hagen
Vanishing Point, by Carol Smith,A-minus, narrated by Judith Boyd, produced by Clipper Audio, W. H. Howes Ltd., downloaded from audible.com.

This is an enthralling book with five women, seemingly unconnected, living in different cities and different countries, but all entwining their lives with the same man. Judith Boyd did her usual wonderful narrating job using different voices for the five women and the man at the center of it all. This is the best of the Carol Smith books I’ve read so far.

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Katie Grainger
This book took allot of getting into, the storyline had real potential five women and one man. It had some interesting elements but somehow the story didn't quite excite. Some of the female characters were just doormats for this man and I fail to see why they would put up with it. The build up of each of he female characters took up the first half of the novel and really the only reason I stuck at it was I wanted to see how it would end.... I am not sure it was worth it.
Nicola Terry
I enjoyed this, not the best ending but a good read
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