The Lost Letter
The Lost Letter was an enjoyable read.
We follow Addy on her travels to Morocco following the discovery of a letter from her father after his recent death indicating a lost love she knew nothing about.
I think anyone travelling alone is very brave and it’s something I can’t imagine ever doing. People who do fascinate me. Morocco sounds like a fascinating place too and Addy seems to settle there quite quickly, especially with the help of local tour guide, Omar. She soon finds herself immersed in their culture and family life, but the time soon flies, and she starts to run out of weeks to find the answers she’s looking for. Someone must remember her father and the woman he fell for back in 1984.
I enjoyed following Addy on her journey to the truth. I did think she was far more patient than I would be though when it was obvious people knew more than they were letting on.
I loved the relationship between Addy and her sister.
My only niggle with this book was that I thought it could probably have been shorter.
The ending was a complete surprise. I’d be interested to know what happened next.
**Many thanks to the author and publisher for my review copy via NetGalley**