Out of Reach PDF Ë Out of PDF \ Paperback

Out of Reach PDF Ë Out of PDF \ Paperback

Out of Reach [PDF / Epub] ☀ Out of Reach ✍ Elizabeth McGregor – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk The truth is always just out of reach Kate McCaulay thinks she has rebuilt her life She has a job as a local newspaper reporter, a flat above an antiques shop in a village by the sea, and a close grou The truth is always just Out of Reach Kate McCaulay thinks she has rebuilt her life She has a job as a local newspaper reporter, a flat above an antiques shop in a village by the sea, and a close group of friendsBut one day her carefully erected existence collapses when tragedy explodes back into her lifeTen years ago Kate s eight Out of PDF \ week old baby, Jamie, was stolenThe loss destroyed her marriage and still haunts her dreams with guilt and longingAnd now letters have started arriving on her doormat, anonymous letters that read, I know where he is Tragedy strikes again when her colleague and close friend, Maggie, is found, deadKate is torn between running once again or finding out who sent the letters so she can finally have some answersShe enlists the help of Johnathon Reeve, a psychiatrist, to help her work through her issuesHe seems to be exactly what she needs someone who listens, understands, and is willing to helpKate soon comes to the realisation that she must put her fear to one side and find the truth behind her son s disappearanceEven if the child will always remain just Out of Reach.


10 thoughts on “Out of Reach

  1. ReadAlongWithSue ReadAlongWithSue says:

    It doesn t happen often, in fact I can t remember the last time this happened but I gave this book a good innings I read it until the halfway mark, with a struggle I might add I really couldn t grasp the characters, the jumping, the actual layout of the book.Now I realise this was in a different cover years ago and now been re introduced I m evenmind boggled Maybe it wasn t just the cover that needed looking at.I don t mean to sound harsh as lots of time and attention go into writing a It doesn t happen often, in fact I can t remember the last time this happened but I gave this book a good innings I read it until the halfway mark, with a struggle I might add I really couldn t grasp the characters, the jumping, the actual layout of the book.Now I realise this was in a different cover years ago and now been re introduced I m evenmind boggled Maybe it wasn t just the cover that needed looking at.I don t mean to sound harsh as lots of time and attention go into writing a book But for me, this story needs to be rewritten to make sense and beof a gripping flow of a read.Thank you to Endeavour Press via Net Galley


  2. Bandit Bandit says:

    I seem to be finding a lot of these British stories lately, thanks to all the freebies from Endeavor Press, but lately I m actually enjoying these Not like loving them, but there is a kind of subdued enjoyment to it And I m pretty sure it s mainly due to its Britishness, it reminds me of BBC shows tone wise And it s usually pleasantly dated too, this one came out 21 years ago So here s a story about a woman whose baby boy disappeared 10 years ago and she s since resigned herself to a quiet s I seem to be finding a lot of these British stories lately, thanks to all the freebies from Endeavor Press, but lately I m actually enjoying these Not like loving them, but there is a kind of subdued enjoyment to it And I m pretty sure it s mainly due to its Britishness, it reminds me of BBC shows tone wise And it s usually pleasantly dated too, this one came out 21 years ago So here s a story about a woman whose baby boy disappeared 10 years ago and she s since resigned herself to a quiet solitary life, but then certain loud things occur with her at the center of it all and suddenly it s time to make decisions, possibly crucial lifesaving ones even A very quiet story, though, there are murders, which usually results in suspense, but for a thriller it s very mild and the plot twist is very predictable, but the ending is interesting, not the easy ready made solution, but something realistically complicated Nothing mind blowing, but decent enough Very quick read too


  3. Melissa Borsey Melissa Borsey says:

    I received a copy of this book from Netgalley in exchange for my honest review I thought this was a really good psychological thriller The story was really well done and there were alot of possible suspects I highly recommend this book


  4. Marbea Logan Marbea Logan says:

    What a very thought provoking novel I m not sure of how I would feel if I found my child after ten years abduction, but she did harbor resentment when he was kidnapped for her baby beforehand Maybe it was easier to feel the guilt, hit rock bottom and let it go after all I m like Jack they don t deserve a happily ever after I don t care if they got other kids or not, they should ve tried ivf before kidnapping other people babies Maybe Jamie gets put in the system, maybe he gets to stay with t What a very thought provoking novel I m not sure of how I would feel if I found my child after ten years abduction, but she did harbor resentment when he was kidnapped for her baby beforehand Maybe it was easier to feel the guilt, hit rock bottom and let it go after all I m like Jack they don t deserve a happily ever after I don t care if they got other kids or not, they should ve tried ivf before kidnapping other people babies Maybe Jamie gets put in the system, maybe he gets to stay with the Charles family relatives until the prosecution or trial is over and whatever happens will happen But it isn t her final decision because she put in the extra investigation work to say keep my son I m not going to call the police She can t make the decision for Richard right off the bat despite him having another family This story is very sentimental and all but I just don t think it s realistic There s just no way Merry ass shouldn t be prosecuted period Then the father went along with all the illegal stuff took him across borders and all wow yall wrecked a family and got extra kids while a woman s life was ruined Now let s get into the psychological part with Johnathon and his crazy murdering self I believe his mother is the reason he s like he was, and the reason Isabelle didn t care too much for her sister ways is because she probably knew it was going to create a sociopathic serial killer I would ve cut all ties to that part of my family to, especially those that bring nothing but negativity in your life never love All I have to say is for all Jack s worth he better get the girl if you wrote his character to love her that much


  5. Liza Liza says:

    So Many Typos.Oh, you think one person is talking Nah, the first person finished their sentence and the second person is just responding at the end of the same paragraph Not confusing or frustrating at all This book was hard to read because of it So many formatting issues and so much missing punctuation It really affected the quality of my read.On top of that honestly, nothing felt tied together At the end, view spoiler Jonathan s responsible for everything and that s that neat lit So Many Typos.Oh, you think one person is talking Nah, the first person finished their sentence and the second person is just responding at the end of the same paragraph Not confusing or frustrating at all This book was hard to read because of it So many formatting issues and so much missing punctuation It really affected the quality of my read.On top of that honestly, nothing felt tied together At the end, view spoiler Jonathan s responsible for everything and that s that neat little bow tied on top It didn t work for me And the progress of Kate s manipulation she went from someone independent and yes, I get that she had major issues to someone that just walked right into it Maybe it was a perfect cocktail of a manipulating sociopaths and a woman with PTSD, but it felt too fast and too easy hide spoiler I expectedof a search for Jamie,of a background on Isabelle We had these main characters who got so little time and backstory.Anyway, decent idea, but the book needs to be gone through with a toothbrush and fixed up


  6. harplady harplady says:

    I received this book through NetGalley, and I am very late writing a review, for which I m very sorry I thoroughly enjoyed this book as it fits my parameters of lots of suspense with little gore and violence Occasionally you find a book where an author throws in a rare complication or disease or something similar that always makes me wonder if they have that condition themselves I ve encountered this occurrence in several novels In this particular novel, McGregor introduces synesthesia, a c I received this book through NetGalley, and I am very late writing a review, for which I m very sorry I thoroughly enjoyed this book as it fits my parameters of lots of suspense with little gore and violence Occasionally you find a book where an author throws in a rare complication or disease or something similar that always makes me wonder if they have that condition themselves I ve encountered this occurrence in several novels In this particular novel, McGregor introduces synesthesia, a condition where a person sees words as colors or objects Made for a very interesting narration.Claire s child has been abducted through a lapse for which she is responsible, and she has been living in a hell ever since For ten years the slim hope she has retained that he is still alive has been repressed A very good mystery which I had a hard time putting down


  7. Kathleen Gray Kathleen Gray says:

    well done suspense novel which reminds you that things aren t always what they seem Kate is extremely sympathetic you ll be struck by how hard she s worked and what she has to deal with Thanks to Netgalley for the ARC and to Endeavor Press for reissuing this book, which was originally published in 1999 As always when I read a reissue mystery suspense novel, I wonder how the plot details would have differed in 2016 with all the technology we gained The bottom line, though, is that Kate s pa well done suspense novel which reminds you that things aren t always what they seem Kate is extremely sympathetic you ll be struck by how hard she s worked and what she has to deal with Thanks to Netgalley for the ARC and to Endeavor Press for reissuing this book, which was originally published in 1999 As always when I read a reissue mystery suspense novel, I wonder how the plot details would have differed in 2016 with all the technology we gained The bottom line, though, is that Kate s pain would be the same


  8. Cathleen Cathleen says:

    Well written and a great plotTo suddenly and unexpectedly have your baby taken Leaving you with a vacancy that you are unable to fill Your life becomes a void as you try to continue on when all meaning and purpose are gone.That is how this story made me feel The tragedy, the loss and the numbness that is left.Well written story that is a bit sad, edgy and a touch of mystery I wasn t sure I would like it in the beginning, but the book and the author lived up to my expectation of a good read.I Well written and a great plotTo suddenly and unexpectedly have your baby taken Leaving you with a vacancy that you are unable to fill Your life becomes a void as you try to continue on when all meaning and purpose are gone.That is how this story made me feel The tragedy, the loss and the numbness that is left.Well written story that is a bit sad, edgy and a touch of mystery I wasn t sure I would like it in the beginning, but the book and the author lived up to my expectation of a good read.I recommend this title to anyone who enjoys a mystery


  9. Karen Karen says:

    Whilst the story was fairly gripping in parts mostly the last 40 percent or so , some other parts felt so far fetched and unbelievable I found myself skipping through character monologues that were way to dreary whilst other parts of the interweaving story lines could ve done withfleshing out There were some story lines that made so little emotional impact on not just myself but apparently the characters that then later turned out to be significant to the plot


  10. Rachael Cochlin Rachael Cochlin says:

    Outstanding Well written, beautiful descriptive language With this originally published in 1997, McGregor was way ahead of her time and Out of Reach should be topping the charts with the likes of Gone Girl and Behind Closed Doors.


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