[Emily Gone] E–pub ☆ Bette Lee Crosby


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    [Emily Gone] E–pub ☆ Bette Lee Crosby review Þ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ò Bette Lee Crosby Read & Download Emily Gone 1971 GeorgiaRachel Dixon is tired So very tired The last couple of days a music festival has been playing at a nearby farm The music has kept her small family awake for days Weary and ready to drop she puts her six month old daughter Emily down to sleep in her crib and finally sleeps herself Only to wake up to a nightmare Emily is gone No longer in her crib where could she be?Vicki Robart is at the music festival numbin

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    [Emily Gone] E–pub ☆ Bette Lee Crosby review Þ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ò Bette Lee Crosby Read & Download Emily Gone Hesterville was a small town in Georgia and when a music festival was slated to happen one long weekend on a property out of town the locals objected But the sheriff said there was nothing he could do about it as it was out of the town’s and his jurisdiction Rachel and George Dixon lived in a house abutting the property and the constant loud thumping music kept them and their six month old baby Emily awake each night On the fi

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    [Emily Gone] E–pub ☆ Bette Lee Crosby The Dixon’s live in rural Georgia where a music festival is being held in the summer of 1971 Over a three day period the family endures blaring music with shrieking crowds leading to frayed nerves and sleep deprivation As the festival winds down Rachel Dixon forgets to lock her back door and wakes to find her baby missing from her cribVicki Robart is attending the festival with her boyfriend after arriving from Kentucky The last night of

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    [Emily Gone] E–pub ☆ Bette Lee Crosby In 1971 when a music festival comes through to Hesterville Georgia many of the locals are not too happy given the noise and upheaval it would cause But nothing prepares Rachel and George Dixon for the trauma it would bring to their lives Rachel tucked her baby into sleep as usual one night and when she woke the next morning baby Emily was gone Vicki Robart one of the festival attendees had a stillborn baby some months earlier Faced with th

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    Bette Lee Crosby Ò 4 review [Emily Gone] E–pub ☆ Bette Lee Crosby A music festival shook the uiet town of Hesterville Georgia with its loud music and with the kidnapping of Rachel and George Dixon's babyThe Dixons had been exhausted from lack of sleep because of the music festival didn't hear anyone enter the house through the unlocked door and awoke to find their baby's crib emptyWe find out that Vicki one of the festival goers had just lost her baby chose a random house t

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    Read & Download Emily Gone [Emily Gone] E–pub ☆ Bette Lee Crosby Bette Lee Crosby Ò 4 review If you're going to embarrass yourself by crying on a train at least make it over a good book This was the case when I finished Emily Gone Or to the point I started AND finished this book on my train ride The premise was gripping from the start and as it played out I thought of many different ways it could end Crosby has written an exceptional book that raises uestions about love family faith and forgiveness This one will stay with me for u

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    Read & Download Emily Gone [Emily Gone] E–pub ☆ Bette Lee Crosby I won an autographed copy of this novel through a Facebook contest and although a review was not reuired I wanted to honour the author and do one anyway In 1971 a music festival rolls through the usually uiet town of Hesterville Geor

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    Bette Lee Crosby Ò 4 review [Emily Gone] E–pub ☆ Bette Lee Crosby No wonder every reviewer I follow on social media is crazy about this book A page turner of a great Southern story by Bette Lee Crosby The tale of three women and one child compelling from beginning to end

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    review Þ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ò Bette Lee Crosby Bette Lee Crosby Ò 4 review [Emily Gone] E–pub ☆ Bette Lee Crosby A crime of opportunity a grieving unhinged young woman breaks into a home looking for food — and comes out with a 6 month old baby she's convinced is her own stillborn child While her boyfriend agonizes over how to get the baby gi

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    Read & Download Emily Gone Bette Lee Crosby Ò 4 review [Emily Gone] E–pub ☆ Bette Lee Crosby Emily Gone had me captivated from its first pages until the last ones because of the superb storytelling of Bette Lee Crosby The book starts in the small town of Hesterville Georgia in 1971 The Dixon family lives close to Baker field where a music festival takes place Vicki and her boyfriend Murph are attendee

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Bette Lee Crosby Ò 4 review Emily Gone Read & Download ´ 104 A missing child sets the lives of three women on a collision course in this powerful and compelling novel by USA Today bestselling author Bette Lee Crosby 1971When a music festival rolls through the sleepy town of Hesterville Georgia the Dixon family’s lives are forever changed On the final night a storm muffles the sound of the blaring music and Rachel t. Hesterville was a small town in Georgia and when a music festival was slated to happen one long weekend on a property out of town the locals objected But the sheriff said there was nothing he could do about it as it was out of the town s and his jurisdiction Rachel and George Dixon lived in a house abutting the property and the constant loud thumping music kept them and their six month old baby Emily awake each night On the final night a violent storm hit the area which muffled the music and all other noises Their exhaustion meant Rachel and George slept deeply but when morning arrived Emily s cot was empty Vicki and her partner Murph had enjoyed the festival the marijuana Vicki used kept the emptiness at bay most of the time But her grief was always there and Murph didn t know what else to do The night they left the festival the storm was rampant it was also the night that lives changed foreverGrief guilt and sadness sucked at Rachel and George but gradually with the help of George s mother Mama Dixon Rachel slowly picked up the pieces Would Emily ever be found Was she safe and loved Would Rachel ever know Poignant heartbreaking with lessons in compassion forgiveness and empathy Emily Gone by US author Bette Lee Crosby is up to her usual style probably one of her best in my opinion Incredibly well written and starting in 1971 with hippies marijuana and music being felt right across the country the story works its way through the years until the satisfying conclusion A wonderful contemporary novel which I highly recommendWith thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for my digital ARC to read in exchange for an honest review

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Bette Lee Crosby Ò 4 review Emily Gone Read & Download ´ 104 N she leaves the festival and is faced with an opportunity to fill that void she is driven to an act of desperation that will forever bind the lives of three womenWhen the truth of what actually happened that fateful night is finally exposed shattering the lives they’ve built will they be able to pick up the pieces to put their families back together agai. No wonder every reviewer I follow on social media is crazy about this book A page turner of a great Southern story by Bette Lee Crosby The tale of three women and one child compelling from beginning to end

Bette Lee Crosby Ò 4 review

Bette Lee Crosby Ò 4 review Emily Gone Read & Download ´ 104 Ucks her baby into bed before falling into a deep sleep So deep she doesn’t hear the kitchen door opening When she and her husband wake up in the morning the crib is empty Emily is goneVicki Robart is one of the thousands at the festival but she’s not feeling the music She’s feeling the emptiness over the loss of her own baby several months before Whe. In 1971 when a music festival comes through to Hesterville Georgia many of the locals are not too happy given the noise and upheaval it would cause But nothing prepares Rachel and George Dixon for the trauma it would bring to their lives Rachel tucked her baby into sleep as usual one night and when she woke the next morning baby Emily was gone Vicki Robart one of the festival attendees had a stillborn baby some months earlier Faced with the opportunity to fill the void left behind by the baby they named Lara Vicki s distraught mind convinces her she is meant to have this baby She kidnaps baby Emily Murph her partner wants no part of this but he loves Vicki Can he convince her they need to return the baby It is not just theses lives that are affected George s mother comes to alter her attitudes and her ways while Angela Vicki s estranged sister finds her life changed in way she never imagined Meanwhile Rachel is convinced Emily is still alive but will she ever know the truth of what happened that nightBette Lee Crosby has fast become one of my favourite authors With consummate ease she is able to draw me into a situation and involve me from the start of the story to the end Told from than one point of view it is easy to understand each of the women in this story their motivations and their anguish There are moments that brought tears as well as some that brought smiles I never wanted to have to put this book down and kept snatching it back up whenever I got the chance This thought provoking book is one of grief and heartbreak but also of love and hope Highly recommended for anyone who likes family stories with complex characters I adored it Another gem from the talented Bette Lee Crosby