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Snap by Belinda Bauer

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Hannah Writes Reviews

With unusual main characters and a fast-paced story, this book keeps you intrigued for the whole story.

I liked that the main character was a 13-year-old boy, desperately trying to solve the mystery of his mothers disappearance and subsequent murder. It was a slightly more unusual protagonist than an adult or detective, and it was interesting to follow the thought process of a child through a very traumatic incident.

I also enjoyed the fact that there wasn’t any confusion about who ‘did the crime’ so to speak – the novel builds the story as much as it possibly can, and then starts to hint towards a side of one of the characters that you don’t see coming. The boy, Jack, has fascinating relationships with each of the other central characters, including his sisters, the detectives working his case, his criminal best friend and most intriguingly, his father. The novel focuses…

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2 thoughts on “Snap by Belinda Bauer”

  1. So pleased how well Belinda’s doing. I’ve seen her at Harrogate (crime festival) a few times. I’d like to have reblogged this (and others) but while I can leave a reply (I’m hoping when I click on ‘post’) the reblog option’s not there and when I refresh the page it struggles (flitting between logging me in and refreshing the page) and still refuses to give me the reblog option. I’ve tried a few times over a few days and tried just now on another non http://www… and that’s fine. So not for want of trying… 😦

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