I was given this book by the author in return for an honest review and as a member of Rosie Amber’s Review Team
I gave Bedsit Three 4* of of 5*
The Blurb: (I actually like this blurb; it makes for intrigue without giving anything away)
A girl has been buried in a shallow grave. Rain starts to wash away the earth covering her.
Why have Ignatius and his girlfriend disappeared from Bedsit 3 in dingy Vesey Villa?
Why has he left behind a used pregnancy test and a scrap book about a woman’s suicide in a cardboard box?
Ignatius is desperate to get the contents of that box back and, after the mysterious loss of both his mother and his girlfriend, he’s searching for someone else to ‘love’ in his own special way. The events that follow devastate several lives …
Every mother tries to do her best…
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