Eager to Please

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Pan Macmillan, Sep 1, 2012 - Fiction - 300 pages
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'Are you listening, outside world? I'm coming back. Are you listening?'

For twelve long years Rachel Beckett has been in prison for the murder of her husband, Martin. A murder she swears she did not commit. For twelve long years she has been denied the touch and the love of her only daughter Amy. Has been forced to watch another woman raise and enjoy her child. Until, at the age of seventeen, Amy has insisted she never wants to see her real mother again. But now Rachel is free. And she is ready to take revenge . . .

'A classy, riveting suspense by a writer who deserves to be up with the big names of crime fiction - Walters, Vine et al' Bookseller

'Brilliant. A star in the making' Minette Walters

'One of those rare authors who can successfully combine psychological insight, literary style and heart-stopping suspense' Jeffery Deaver

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User Review  - Djupstrom - LibraryThing

A twist on the released from prison suspense/drama...this time it is a woman. She is on parole after spending 12 years for killing her husband. Then all sorts of bad things happen. Read full review

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Rachel Beckett, a talented architect, was convicted of murdering her policeman husband, Martin. After serving 12 years of a life sentence in a Dublin prison, she has been provisionally released and is ... Read full review

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About the author (2012)

Julie Parsons was born in New Zealand but grew up in Ireland from an early age. A former producer with RTÉ radio and television, she lives in Dublin.

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