Everything She Forgot

Everything She Forgot

By: Lisa Ballantyne

Margaret Holloway, loving mother, dedicated teacher, has her life all squared away until she ends up caught in the middle of the worst traffic accident in the history of London.  As gasoline and flames threaten to simultaneously suffocate and engulf her, Margaret is pulled free from her car with just seconds to spare by a strange man.  Turning to thank this scarred hero for saving her life, Margaret finds that he has disappeared.  As the days progress and Christmas draws near, Margaret manages to find her savior, in a coma in the hospital.  Wrestling with the memories of the crash brings back fragmented memories from a year of her childhood that no wants or seems to be able to talk about.  Holloway becomes convinced, that the only way to overcome her PTSD is to figure out the identity of this stranger whom she can’t be certain has nothing to do with the year she cannot remember.

Three stories are tangled together for the reader to unravel in Lisa Ballantyne’s latest book, Everything She Forgot now gracing the shelves of bookstores.  Margaret Holloway, a journalist chasing the story of his career, and the baby of Scotland’s most notorious crime family weave together a story that critics and reviewers everywhere – including yours truly, are buzzing about.  Just in time for Thanksgiving, this book is one you can gobble up in a long weekend or curl up with at night for a week.  It’s an easy read that you will end up devouring because you cannot wait to see how all of these stories relate and who is the abducted little girl.  If you seek out mysteries, crime dramas, thrillers or suspense novels, get your paws on a copy and sink your teeth into this one.  Lisa Ballantyne is definitely an author we’ll be chasing as she continues to blow readers away around the globe. Help me wish her the very best of luck in her nomination for the Edgar award, by picking up a copy of Everything She Forgot.  

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