One Year: An intriguing romance set against the backdrop of the refugee crisis

by Marion Macdonald


5.00 · 1 ratings · Published: Dec 3rd, 2017  | 

One Year: An intriguing romance set against the backdrop of the refugee crisis by Marion Macdonald
When Suzie’s husband Andy is killed by a suicide bomber in Syria, she is left devastated and virtually homeless. She discovers that he has re-mortgaged their home in Edinburgh to buy twenty properties in El Paraiso, an almost deserted Spanish golf resort, and she can't afford the repayments.

While in Spain trying to decide what to do with this legacy, she meets and is attracted to the mysterious Josh, who appears to be living illegally in one of the apartments. To complicate matters, Andy's friend, Ewan, delivers a suitcase to Suzie and the contents suggest that Andy may have been involved in refugee smuggling.

Determined to uncover the truth, Suzie embarks on a journey of discovery, but what will the truth reveal?

This thrilling contemporary novel is a page-turner that keeps the reader guessing right up until the final chapter.

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One Year: An intriguing romance set against the backdrop of the refugee crisis by Marion Macdonald