What You Did

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 269 pages
  • What You Did
  • Claire McGowan
  • English
  • 07 February 2017

About the Author: Claire McGowan

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What You Did A vicious assault A devastating accusation Who should she trust, her husband or her best friend It was supposed to be the perfect reunion six university friends together again after twenty years Host Ali finally has the life she always wanted, a career she can be proud of and a wonderful family with her college boyfriend, now husband But that night her best friend makes an accusation so shocking that nothing will ever be the same again.When Karen staggers in from the garden, bleeding and traumatised, she claims that she has been assaulted by Ali s husband, Mike Ali must make a split second decision who should she believe Her horrified husband, or her best friend With Mike offering a very different version of events, Ali knows one of them is lying but which And why When the ensuing chaos forces her to re examine the golden era the group shared at university, Ali realises there are darker memories too Memories that have lain dormant for decades Memories someone would kill to protect. Best Download [ What You Did ] By [ Claire McGowan ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – scottishhomebakingawards.co.uk

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11 thoughts on “What You Did

  1. Sarah says:

    Rape Affairs Domestic abuse This novel covers a range of sensitive issues but does so in a manner that does not make the reader feel uncomfortable Instead, McGowan creates a thrilling, pulsating read that establishes a world that is becoming increasingly claustrophobic for the protagonist, Ali.I was immediately hooked by this book The writer cleverly creates a non linear narrative that means we, as readers, do not follow the chronological sequence of events on that fateful night that Ali s Rape Affairs Domestic abuse This novel covers a range of sensitive issues but does so in a manner that does not make the reader feel uncomfortable Instead, McGowan creates a thrilling, pulsating read that establishes a world that is becoming increasingly claustrophobic for the protagonist, Ali.I was immediately hooked by this book The writer cleverly creates a non linear narrative that means we, as readers, do not follow the chronological sequence of events on that fateful night that Ali s best friend, Karen, accuses Ali s husband, Mike, of rape It s a nightmare for Ali and this is the catalyst of he...

  2. M says:

    Not a thriller Well written women s psychological fiction with unlikeable characters This iss psychological thriller offering for July First Reads, but it is not a thriller, no matter that its pacing is good In addition to a he said she said rape accusation, there is a mystery although the details are annoyingly hinted about for half the book, before it s finally revealed The storyline focuses on three forty three yr old women, detailing how each of their lives are upended after a Not a thriller Well written women s psychological fiction with unlikeable characters This iss psychological thriller offering for July First Reads, but it is not a thriller, no matter that its pacing is good In addition to a he said she said rape accusation, there is a mystery although the details are annoyingly hinted about for half the book, before it s finally revealed The storyline focuses on three forty three yr old women, detailing how each of their lives are upended after a reunion weekend I had problems empathizing with both male and female characters who lie, cheat, blackmail, commit adultery, conceal evidence, drink to excess, lack morals, etc Also, protagonist Ali Morr...

  3. ♛Primadonna♛ says:

    This month only 07 2019 Prime Members get to choose 2 books for the Prime First Reads programs I m so thankful because I couldn t choose between They Could Have Named Her Anything and What You Did

  4. Suze says:

    What You DidThis is my First Read pick for July, it s listed as a psychological thriller I think it should be called a psychological mystery.Basically six friends get together to reminisce after meeting at the university 25 years ago It turns into a he said, s...

  5. Yvonne says:

    3.5 stars rounded up to 4Ali is a feminist a women s advocate chair of the local women s refuge centre She understands the abuse of women the ramifications and disbelief that accompany a rape allegation particularly when the victim is drunk and knows her attacker But when the victim is Ali s best friend, Karen, and the accused is Ali s husband, Mike her children and friends are witnesses, and her home is the crime scene Ali s beliefs, morality, and entire world implodes Facing a traum 3.5 stars rounded up to 4Ali is a feminist a women s advocate chair of the local women s refuge centre She understands the abuse of women the ramifications and disbelief that accompany a rape allegation particularly when the victim is drunk and knows her attacker But when the victim is Ali s best friend, Karen, and the accused is Ali s husband, Mike her children and friends are witnesses, and her home is the crime scene Ali s beliefs, morality, and entire world implodes Facing a traumatised and bleeding Karen and a horrified Mike, both of whom she has known, loved, and trusted forthan twenty years, who does Ali believe who should she believe Torn by conflicting loyalties and utterly bewildered, Ali s determination to uncover the truth leads to two decades of secrets, lies, and betrayals being revealed Then the police reopen a cold case from Ali s time at university, where she met Karen, Mi...

  6. Tina Langford says:

    The title says it all.Love, family, friendship, betrayals, attempted murder, affairs, rape, and murder This book has so many twist and turn O actually got lost a couple of times Great characters that were fully developed This is a great thriller with plenty of suspense for everyone.

  7. Kelley Wallace says:

    It should have been titled What WE Did What a mess Reading it was like watching a car wreck Then another car running into those cars and on and on It was good, though, if a bit unbelievable You can only hope there aren t people in the world like these characters ...

  8. Scott Miller says:

    It didn t sustain my interestI quit reading early on There was no hook a rape is not a hook and the next 20 pages were dull and listless The writing rather pedestrian and the characters stuffy I imagine the rest was as formulaic as the beginning Glad it was a freebie Would not recommend this author.

  9. Teresa Parker says:

    What they did A group of college friends that measured up each other Who was happiest, still single, best house and the all not too polite normal dysfunctional family Great read

  10. Savannah Purcell says:

    This was myfirst reads pick for July I m all about mystery thriller especially within marriages and friend groups This is really well written it just kinda falls short along the way and I found myself skimming until the end

  11. Gloria Simon says:

    Great StorytellingLoved her ease of storytelling The characters were very real I also like the transitions between past and present And just when I thought I had figured something out, each time there was a great twist.