Who is Harry Dixon?
When Ellie Golden meets Harry Dixon, she can’t help but feel she recognises him from somewhere. But when she finally realises who he is, she can’t believe it – because the man she met on the beach all those years before wasn’t called Harry Dixon. And, what’s more, that man is dead.
For a woman trying to outrun her troubled past and protect her son, Harry’s presence is deeply unsettling – and even more disconcerting than coming face to face with a dead man, is the fact that Harry seems to have no recollection of ever having met Ellie before. At least that’s what he says …
But perhaps Harry isn’t the person Ellie should be worried about. Because there’s a far more dangerous figure from the past lurking just outside of the new life she has built for herself, biding his time, just waiting to strike.
'Intriguing and, ultimately, satisfying, with a wonderful romantic element.’
Bestselling Author, Sue Moorcroft
Girl on the Beach
Really enjoyed this easy to read iBook. It flowed nicely. There weren't too many characters and it had the right amount of pages.
Some books go on and on, and end up over 400 pages half of which you can skip and still keep up with story.
If I didn't read it every day, I could still remember the story. I didn't have to skip back to remind me of what I'd read.
Predictable towards the end, but a nice read. I would recommend it.
Romantic novel with lots of intrigue and suspense which kept me reading. I enjoyed the book very much.