Review: Why don't you come for me?, by Diane Janes

Lancashire Telegraph: Review: Why don't you come for me?, Diane Janes Review: Why don't you come for me?, Diane Janes

WHY DON’T YOU COME FOR ME?, Diane Janes, £7.99.

WINDERMERE author Diane Janes has already proved she is an adept psychological thriller writer — her first novel The Pull of the Moon got her into the finals of the prestigious CWA John Creasey Award 2010.

This second book, which portrays the emotional trauma of a woman unable to cope with the abduction of her daughter 12 years before, is no less gripping.

Echoing the real life drama of the Madeleine McCann case, Jo still believes her daughter is out there somewhere, although the police dismiss the posted photos of Lauren she receives as the work of a hoaxer.

Truly, a page-turner of a novel, with a dramatic denouement.

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