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From the first day he sets foot in the house, Matthew Gardner begins to realise that life with Caroline is going to be infinitely tougher than he hoped. Not only is he to live in the house that belonged to his new wife's first husband, two of her three teenage daughters, Flic and Imogen, charming to him in public, absolutely loathe him. The girls feel that life would be so much easier if only their mother could see Matthew through their eyes. As things are, however, Flic and Imo, two young sociopaths in the making, are utterly determined to get rid of their stepfather. And their means are chillingly ruthless.
©2002 Hilary Norman; (P)2007 Soundings
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By Sheila on 07-24-07

A gripping read

This unputdownable book starts mildly but builds up steadily to a fascinating and gripping read. The tension begins fairly low key as Martin marries Caro and inherits her three attractive daughters. But what does their beauty hide? Are they disturbed, evil or merely unsettled by the arrival of their new stepfather in their lives. The author reads her own work and takes you on a roller coaster of a tale. Buy it!

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By Jenna on 05-06-15

Ok not totally gripping

Felt a bit disappointed , was a slow burn of a book and never made me feel like I had to know what came next. Found some of the narration repetitive.

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