11 Missed Calls
Here are two things I know about my mother:
1. She had dark hair, like mine.
2. She wasn’t very happy at the end.
Anna has always believed that her mother, Debbie, died 30 years ago on the night she disappeared.
But when her father gets a strange note, she realises that she’s never been told the full story of what happened that night on the cliff.
Confused and upset, Anna turns to her husband Jack – but when she finds a love letter from another woman in his wallet, she realises there’s no-one left to help her, least of all her family.
And then a body is found…
This is my first read by this author, it won’t be my last as I enjoyed this read.
The story is told through two points of view. We are taken back in time to the 1980s for Debbie’s point of view. We are then told of Anna’s point of view, Debbie’s daughter. This point of view is told in the present.
I didn’t like the female characters very much however they were certainly more likeable than the male characters in the story. Although the characters weren’t as likeable as I’d have liked I enjoyed the story and I’m looking forward to reading more from this author in the future.