A night flight from Istanbul bound for Paris, filled with 169 holiday travelers, plummets into the Swiss Alps. The sole survivor is a three-month-old girl--thrown from the plane onto the snowy mountainside before fire rages through the aircraft. But two infants were on board. Is the miracle baby Lyse-Rose or Emilie? Both families step forward to claim the child--one poor, one powerful, wealthy, and dangerous.
Filled with delicious twists and riveting psychological suspense, After the Crash is an electrifying story of a two-decade mystery, secret love, and murder--perfect for the readers who swarmed to Stieg Larsson, Gone Girl, and The Girl on the Train.
File Size: 2357 KB
Print Length: 377 pages
Publisher: Hachette Books (January 5, 2016)
Publication Date: January 5, 2016
Sold by: Hachette Book Group
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Michel Bussi (born April 29 1965 in Louviers) is a French crime writer.
3rd most read author in France in 2015, Michel Bussi is still in the top 20 crime novels in 2016 year beginning with Mom wrong
After the Crash caught my attention because it was about only one survivor from a plane crash and it was a 3-month old baby. I wish I never had read it. It is the poorest put together book and full of bad language and scenes not fit to read. So why did I read it? All through the book I wanted to find out who the baby belonged to.
There were two babies on the plane and only one survived. So both sets of grandparents fought over the baby and said it was theirs.
Lylie the baby/person who survived is not in the book much at all. The court awards her to the grandparents that are poor. They talk about her and try to find out who she is for 18 years. It seems everyone in the book is out for themselves all characters seem to be crazy. All bent on evil.
If I knew how horrible this book was I never would have read it. I don’t recommend this book and if you happen to read it, I caution you that it is full of things you don’t want to read.
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