Christmas Awards 2011

Sunday, 21 February 2016

After the Crash

After the Crash by Michel Bussi

Publisher: Hachette Books

January 2016

ISBN: 978-0-316-30967-7

Pages: 400


An airplane that is flying at night from Istanbul to Paris plummets into the Swiss Alps with 169 holiday travelers. Right before a fire rages through the aircraft the only survivor, a three-month-old girl is thrown from the plane onto the snowy mountainside. Since there where two infants on board the question becomes who is the miracle baby? Is it Lyse-Rose or Emilie? The families of both come forward for the child. One is powerful, wealthy, and dangerous and the other poor.

A private detective is suicidal and eighteen years later he has failed to solve the mystery of the girl that is now known as Lylie.  He is about to pull the trigger as he sits at his desk when he finally uncovers a secret that changes everything.  But will he live to tell?

This is a book that has some fantastic twists and turns and truly takes the reader on an amazing ride.  Just as the reader thinks they know the answer to the mystery another clue is uncovered that will have them second guessing whether or not they have any idea where this story will end up.  It proves to be a book that is very hard to put down once the reader starts it.  The reader will want to know just how the story ends and will devour each and every page to see if they will be able to figure out just how it turns out. The ending does not disappoint at all.  This is a must read for lovers of suspense.

I give this one 5 red roses


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