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The Hidden Hours by Sara Foster

On April 18, 2017

By Sophia Whitfield

Sara Fosterís taught thriller is full of suspense.

Arabella Lane, beautiful wife of Nathan and senior executive at a childrenís publisher, is found dead, drowned in the Thames.

The discovery is made the morning after a work Christmas party. Arabella had a fight with her husband on the night of the party, witnessed by numerous guests, before running off into the night.

21-year-old Eleanor has moved from Australia to stay with her aunt and uncle. Her Aunt Susan works at the publishing company and got her a job as Nathanís assistant. On the night of the party Eleanor is seen leaving with Arabella but she has no memory of what happened after she left the party on that fateful night.

Having moved to London to escape her past in Australia, Eleanor finds herself embroiled in a new tragedy. She doesnít know who to trust and just wants to remember the events that led to the death of Arabella.

A gripping read, The Hidden Hours is the perfect companion for a lazy weekend at home. You can buy the book here in Australia.

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