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I Let You Go: The Richard & Judy Bestseller

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Weather like this makes everyone hurry; scurrying past on slippery pavements with chins buried into collars. Waiting for a break in the traffic they duck across the busy road, and she tightens her grip on the small hand inside the soft woolen glove, so he has to run to keep up.

The wooden floor is stained from the lumps of clay that drop from my wheel, firmly placed in the center of the room, where I can move around it and stand back to view my work with a critical eye.

We find out that Jenna was not in fact poor Jacob's mother but she was the criminal who killed Jacob. A distracted mother follows behind her five year old son after picking him up from school on a rainy afternoon. I was lead to believe in part 1, that Jenna was Jacob's heartbroken mother, who could not live with what had happened to her baby. They are lit by the headlights of the car that hit him, as as she looks up at the unseen driver and screams for help, the car reverses, and the beams of light shrink until they are left in darkness.

Even she can’t say for sure it was there ( ‘The sea washes over the writing I’m now not certain I saw at all. Escaping her marriage and past hurts, Jenna finds solace in an isolated and cold stone cottage in Penfach. Jenna’s husband’s voice does not make an entry in later in the novel but Mackintosh does this for strategic plot reasons. Ray wondered if Business Support’s newfound enthusiasm for equipment audits would extend to a replacement, or whether he was destined to run Bristol CID from a chair that cast serious doubts over his credibility. Ray is pretty useless and his perspective is mostly him flirting blandly with another police officer while his poor wife looks after the kids.If it's general chit chat you're after, please do follow me on Instagram, where I go to avoid writing, and to share snippets of my life in rural Wales, complete with teenagers, dogs and Pete the goat.

I should preface this by saying I went into reading I Let You Go knowing very little about the plot except the major event that happens at the very beginning. Upon a visit to a local village, she stumbles across a moving bin bag containing two puppies, unfortunately, one has died. This is a puzzling mystery but the pacing was too slow in the beginning or perhaps it just took too long to get to the action and then once it got there, it really stretched the limits of what is believable. Halfway through, Mackintosh drops the aforementioned twist that changes everything, and the rest of the story untangles with huge impact.

The curtains, bought to match the cushions; the artwork, some of my own, some I found in galleries and loved too much to leave behind. They walk as quickly as five-year-old legs will allow, her free hand holding his bag, which bangs against her knees. Farther up the road a second paper-suited figure was examining one of the huge trees that lined the road.

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