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The Girl in the Letter by Emily Gunnis
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This book grabbed a hold of me for the first three quarters of it. The whole story in regards a Mother and Baby facility in the 1950/60/70, was fascinating but at time hard to read. To think that these types of places actually existed is hard to comprehend. The last quarter of the book dragged on for me and I found it becoming more far fetched the further in, to the point I couldn't wait to get to the end.
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Reading Progress

July 16, 2018 – Started Reading
July 16, 2018 – Shelved
July 18, 2018 – Finished Reading

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Ravi Doumas Yes! Exactly!

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Zoe Margaritis Initially I was rivetted but then the story became too unbelievable -too far fetched !

Adele Shea I know Zoe, it really disappointed me. Xx

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Zoe Margaritis Hi Adele
The part that I couldn’t believe—well Lynne of the parts (hope I got this right) was how Elvira as an 8 year old took on Kittty’s life!!

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Zoe Margaritis Ooops suppose to read -one of the parts

Adele Shea Exactly. It had so much potential too. Xx

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Zoe Margaritis Have u read anything wonderful lately ?

Adele Shea Yes, I just finished Deliver Me by Karen Cole. It's a "who done it?" book. It had me gripped. I've read so many books this year I find it hard to recommend any.
Do you have any recommendations? Are you a member of Netgalley? Xx

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