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The Hidden Hours by Sara Foster

Genre: Psychological Thriller
Publisher: Legend Press

About The Book

Keeping her secret may save her family.
But telling it may save her life.
Arabella Lane, senior executive at a children’s publisher, is found dead in the Thames on a frosty winter’s morning after the office Christmas party. No one is sure whether she jumped or was pushed. The one person who may know the truth is the newest employee at Parker & Lane – the office temp, Eleanor.
Eleanor has travelled to London to escape the repercussions of her traumatic childhood in outback Australia, but now tragedy seems to follow her wherever she goes. To her horror, she has no memory of the crucial hours leading up to Arabella’s death – memory that will either incriminate or absolve her.
As Eleanor desperately tries to remember her missing hours and uncover the events of that fateful night, her own extended family is dragged further into the dark, terrifying terrain of blame, suspicion and guilt.
Caught in a crossfire of accusations, Eleanor fears she can’t even trust herself, let alone the people around her. And soon, she’ll find herself in a race against time to find out just what happened that night – and discover just how deadly some secrets can be.

My Thoughts

What do you do when you can’t trust your own memories?
Eleanor has spent almost all of her life hiding from her memories, she traveled to London to hide from her childhood memories; now she will have to stop hiding and try to remember all the horrible things her memories hide from her, even the last hours of her boss. Her freedom depends on it. Ready?I have to say that I was intrigued by this plot since the beginning, I am a book lover, so everything related to books interests me, imagine a murder! This is a book full of tension and lies, don’t expect to like the characters, they all have their own agenda; in-between all of this there’s Eleanor, with her own problems and fears, she doesn’t know who to trust or what to believe.
Told between two different timelines, Eleanor’s present in London and Eleanor’s past in Australia makes the story more complete and makes the reader understand the story.
This is one of those books that you can’t stop reading, the need to know more and discover the truth makes you keep turning pages without noticing. Well written and with a detail for characters, Sara Foster has done an amazing job with this book, I can’t stop thinking about it!Ready to discover “The Hidden Hours”?

About The Author

Sara Foster is the bestselling author of three psychological suspense novels, COME BACK TO ME, BENEATH THE SHADOWS, and SHALLOW BREATH. Born and raised in the UK, she worked for a time in the HarperCollins fiction department in London, before turning her hand to freelance editing, and writing in her spare time.
It wasn’t until 2007 that she decided to take seriously her aim of getting published, and she took time out from editing to finish her first book. COME BACK TO ME was published in Australia in 2010 and reached the Sydney Morning Herald top ten Australian bestsellers list. Her second book, BENEATH THE SHADOWS, reached No. 4 on the Australian Sunday Telegraph bestsellers list, and has been published in the USA/Canada and Germany. In 2011 she was nominated for Cosmopolitan Australia’s Fun Fearless Female awards in the author category.
Sara loves to travel, and has taken extended trips to South America, Asia, and all around Australia. She writes for the female-friendly travel website http://www.holidaygoddess.com, and is one of the contributors to their Handbag Guide on New York, Paris, London and Rome. She is also very proud to have been one of the original editors of the bestselling Kids’ Night In series, which has been raising money for the charity War Child since 2003.
Sara moved to Western Australia in 2004, where she lives with her husband and young daughter.


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