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Publisher's Summary

A devastating and unsettling story of a powerful and unshakeable twin bond, Too Close is a gripping psychological thriller full of twists and turns, secrets and lies. For fans of The Twins by Saskia Sarginson.
Cecelia and Sebastian have a connection like no other - more than just brother and sister, they'll go to any lengths to protect each other. Growing up in a bleak old farmhouse, their mother gone and their father violent and abusive, the twins have only each other to keep them alive.
But when the secrets of their mother's disappearance start to emerge, and truth and lies are thrown into question, events take a terrifying turn....
As Cecelia tries to break away from the ties that bind her to her brother, Sebastian is determined that the twins should be together - whatever the costs.
©2016 Gayle Curtis (P)2016 Bolinda Publishing Pty Ltd
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Critic Reviews

"A horribly absorbing tale that uses the most innocent domestic details to paint an intimately disturbing nightmare." (Anthony J. Quinn, author of Disappeared)
"So addictive I found myself completely unable to put it down." (Lisa Hall, best-selling author of Between You and Me)
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By jayne23 on 12-29-16

Gripping stuff

I loved this book so much I listened to this in one day even while cooking and driving. Imogen Church is a fantastic narrator and I look forward to more from this author.

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By Hazel on 01-19-17

Good read

Very enjoyable if a bit dark. One thing that spoiled it a lot for me was the narration, particularly on the male characters. They all spoke irritatingly slow and lethargic ...separating out every word making their sentences drag out enormously. I wish narrators would just use their normal voice when speaking lines of characters in the opposite sex. Apart from that it was gritty and most enjoyable.

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