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Review: 'Nowhere to Hide' by Nell Pattison

A snow storm, the holiday period, a group of acquaintances, and then, a shot gun blast. What more could you possibly ask for in a thriller? While I enjoyed many of the aspects of Nowhere to Hide , I also had my doubts here and there. This book was first on NetGalley as Hide , but I must say that Nowhere to Hide  does work very well as well! Thanks to Avon Books and NetGalley for providing me with a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. Pub. Date : 12/9/2021 Publisher : Avon Books Seven friends. One killer. You can run, but you can’t hide… The Boxing Day hike is meant to bring their nature group together. Emily , the sister who never lets her hearing loss hold her back. Lauren , the sister who always feels a step behind. Morna , who doesn’t get on with Lauren. Ben , whose feelings for Emily border on obsession. Dan , the quiet newcomer to the group. Kai , who isn’t just on the hike to enjoy the wildlife. And  Alec , the one who knows all their secrets. As the sun sets, a g

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