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Gregg Bell

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ONE SLIP is out as an ebook on Amazon! https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07TD9CQ27

When Connie Silverstein agreed to babysit her friend’s four-year-old son, she never dreamed it would end in disaster. Now the usually dependable medical student finds herself responsible for the boy’s near drowning and subsequent brain damage.

Connie is desperate to help the boy recover, but the grieving mother no longer trusts her. Consumed by guilt, Connie attempts to deaden her pain with alcohol. But there’s not enough vodka in the world to right the wrong she’s done. Family and friends attempt to intervene in her downward spiral, assuring her that tragic accidents can happen to anyone.

But only Connie knows the terrible secret that what happened was no accident.


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Louise Hart Thank you for the friend invite, Gregg.


Hazel *Craves the Angst Reviews* Hiya Gregg! Thanks so much for the friendvite! I just finished The Find and LOVED it! Consider me a fan ;) Hope your doing well. Happy Reading/Writing!


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Tess Burton thanks for the add + book recommendation Gregg! have actually been meaning of reading The Stranger for a while now - good to get a bit of a push!


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