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The Rumor When a single mother hears a rumor outside her son s school, she never intends to pass it on But one casual comment leads to another And now there s no going back.Rumor has it that a notorious killer, a woman who has been released from prison years after her brutal crime, is living under a new identity in Joanna s seaside town So who is the supposedly reformed murderer now living in their neighborhood Suspicion falls on everyone.As Joanna becomes obsessed with the case, her curiosity will expose her son and his father to a heartless psychopath who has killed and may kill again And she will learn how dangerous one rumor can becomeand just how far she must go to protect those she loves from harm She is going to regret the day she ever said a word


10 thoughts on “The Rumor

  1. says:

    An engaging thriller, I found The Rumour to be unputdownable It sees single mum Jo trying to fit in with the women in her new town, where she has moved to be closer to her mum after her son was being bullied at his school in London In trying to be liked, for her sons sake than her own, she passes on a rumour she has heard, that a famous child killer has been living in the ar


  2. says:

    Gossipy school moms in a small seaside setting, YES PLEASE I have wanted to read this debut for awhile now I read several blog reviews that piqued my interest and I just LOVE the cover That counts, right I was able to fall into the writing and story right away and immediately had to find out if the rumor was true I don t like gossiping, BUT if it involves a murderer living in


  3. says:

    This book exhausted me.It took me six days to finish this book.SIX DAYS I say This is the longest 263 pages I have ever read in my life You would think that with all of the skimming I did that it would have lessened the load but inexplicably it did not.The first 70% is excruciatingly tedious with painfully unnecessary fillers, so many characters with no development thankfully t


  4. says:

    Lesley Kara s debut novel is an intense, well written and beautifully plotted psychological thriller, set in the small seaside town of Flinstead Single mother, Joanna Critchley has recently located here with her son, Alfie, the victim of bullying in London Her mother lives in town, and Joanna is working as an estate agent, hoping the Alfie will settle here without problems In he


  5. says:

    I am much earlier reading this book than intended before it s release date.But I ve been anxious to read it I love debut novels and discovering new authors I can follow.I can honestly say I ll be following Lesley Kara for her next book as this book was so good.I became very invested with each character and without giving much away, I was so intensely motivated with questions of m


  6. says:

    3.75 A little harmless gossip among the moms waiting at the school drop off Did you hear Rumor is, there s a child killer now released from prison living in their seaside town Could that be true If so, the obvious next question is, are their children safe from this predator This particular feed of gossip peaks the interest of one of the mom in particular, Joanna Curious, later tha


  7. says:

    Full of twists and unexpected turns I zoomed through this one because I was dying to get to the end, even as I hated to finish it.This book was SO good


  8. says:

    2.5 Stars rounded down Joanna and her son Alfie move into the quite community of Flinstead where her mother lives in hopes that both Jo and Alfie will fit in Fitting in has never been either s strong suit It is then that Jo does it Starts the rumor Of a notorious murderer living in Flinstead It takes off like wildfire And just like that, Jo is a part of the in crowd and everyone wan


  9. says:

    It all started as gossip at the school gates and spread like wild fire Is there a child killer living amongst them I could have bet money on who I thought was the culprit, but I was constantly changing my mind I couldn t rest until I knew the truth A very thrilling book that spellbound me with its many twists, full of tension and suspense The house could have been on fire but I was s


  10. says:

    So much harm can be done by rumors, as we learn when Joanna moves back to her hometown so she and her six year old son can have a new start Little Alfie had been bullied at his old school in the city and now Joanna and Alfie are living near her mom, where Joanna can work fewer hours and devote time to helping Alfie adjust to his new school life Joanna needs to adjust to, realizing sh


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