Beneath the Surface

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They’re on the run. Grace doesn’t know why but her father insists it's the only way.

 

She’s clinging to her mantra: Finish high school. Turn eighteen. Freedom.’

 

She’s almost there but now she’s wondering if she can survive that long. Her father has never been father of the year.

 

Since landing in Sydney, her recurring nightmares are coming hard and fast. A red suitcase. Thorns. A phone number she can’t remember. And blood. Way too much blood.

 

What does it all mean?

 

Her friendship with Lowell may be her lifeline. But there is risk in trusting someone. Life-altering risks.

 

If Grace only knew who she really was, and what the nightmares were trying to tell her.

 

From the author of ‘Camino Wandering’ comes a gripping suspense which will have you on the edge of your seat, cheering on this young woman as she discovers her truth.

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Reviews:Trish Weiner on Amazon wrote:

"I absolutely LOVED it!"

Angela Garwood on Goodreads wrote:

"I definitely recommend this if you enjoy a good suspense novel... Beneath the Surface doesn't read like a novel FOR teens, rather it is a thriller that happens to be ABOUT a teen.

Some of the content is a bit heavy, but that's not to say it's unrealistic. Grace's story is sometimes difficult to read, but everything is handled with the care and attention that I've come to expect from this author."

Vicki Waters on Goodreads wrote:

Heartbreaking...heartwarming...sad...joyful...overwhelming!
These are just some of the words to describe Beneath the Surface. It is the first book by Tara Marlow that I have read. She is such a good author and the book is so well-written. The warning that she gives the readers that there are possible triggers for some people is appreciated and definitely needed.
I can't say enough about this book. I would give it six stars if I could.

Chelle Collie on Goodreads wrote:

This is a story of a resourceful, hopeful, resilient young woman. Who's home life is destroyed by an event she only just remembers, one that slowly reveals itself in dreams. She is able to fall back on the love of friends and long lost family to overcome and prosper. Though a bit harrowing at times, and purposefully written, it was a page turner.

Victoria on Amazon wrote:

I found this book through Bookdoggy. I am glad I got it. Although it has some tough subjects it was well written. Everyone needs a friend like Lowell. Grace made some choices I found hard to take going back to the apartment but finally escaped. What a great finale for Grace at the end. Perseverance and determination. Well worth a read.


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