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You Sent Me A Letter by Lucy Dawson

On March 30, 2016

By Sophia Whitfield
You Sent Me A Letter is a gripping psychological thriller that will keep you up at night.

Sophie wakes up at 2am in the morning with a man in her room. It is dark and she can’t make out who he is. When he starts talking to her she is terrified. He is a stranger who knows all about her.

He hands her a letter with clear instructions. On her upcoming fortieth birthday she must open this letter and read it aloud to all her friends and family at 8pm or there will be consequences.

He knows all about her sisters, her mother – where they live and the intricacies of their daily lives. The dark secret Sophie has been keeping is about to be announced to her closest friends and family and in order to protect her loved ones from harm she must do as she is told.

There is only one person she can think of who would do this to her. Could the ex-wife of her fiancé really be as controlling as Marc has made out? Sophie has been a good stepmother to Marc’s two children yet his ex-wife seems set on a course to sabotage her upcoming celebrations.

Fuelled by terror Sophie gets through the day in a haze of confusion and dread. By 8pm everything will have changed.

Make some time in your weekend for this book. Once you start it you will not be able to put it down. Buy the book here.

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