[KINDLE] ❆ Intimate Strangers Author Susan Lewis – 1sm.info

Intimate Strangers Investigative Journalist Laurie Forbes Is Planning Her Wedding To Elliot Russell When She Receives A Tip Off That A Group Of Illegally Smuggled Women Is Being Held Somewhere In The East End Of London, Soon To Become Victims Of The Ruthless World Of Sex TraffickingDuring Her Search, Unexpected And Devastating Events Begin Throwing Her Own Life Into Chaos, So Fellow Journalist Sherry MacElvoy Steps In To Help Taking On Undercover Roles To Get To The Heart Of The Ruthless Gang Of Human Traffickers, Neither Reporter Can Even Begin To Imagine What Dangers They Are About To Face And What Horrors They Will WitnessNeela Is One Of The Helpless Indian Girls Being Held In Captivity Her Fear Is Not Only For Herself, But Her Six Year Old Niece, Shaila A Disfiguring Birthmark Has So Far Saved Neela From The Abuse Of Her Violent Captors, But She Knows It Is Only A Matter Of Time Before She Is Sent For And Worse, Before Shaila Is Taken Her Desperate Bids To Seek Outside Help Are Constantly Thwarted, Until Finally She, And The Women With Her, Agree There Is Only One Way Out Intimate Strangers Is A Rich And Engrossing Story Of Intense Love, Heartbreak, Terror And Survival

About the Author: Susan Lewis

Librarian Note There isthan one author in the Goodreads database with this name.Born in 1956, in Bristol, my father was a Welsh miner, a poet, an engineer and a thinker My mother was one of 13 children who, at 20, persuaded my father to spend his bonus on an engagement ring instead of a motorbike We were a normal, happy, nuclear family, living in a spanking new council house on the outskirts of town my mother s pride and joy But we were going to do better, my mother had made up her mind about that My father, an unabashed communist, was writing a book, I was signed up for ballet, elocution, piano and eventually a private boarding school, and my brother, the real great love of my mother s life was going to succeed at everything he set his mind to.I was 9 and my brother 5 when my mother died of cancer She was 33, my father was 37, and he never married again.I went to the boarding school, a rogue little pupil in amongst all the posh girls, with their plummy voices, rich parents and exotic tales of faraway places I yearned for my mother and father, but it was for the best, I was told My father couldn t bring me up on his own However, I believed he could, and because no one would listen to my pleas for freedom, I took it upon myself to get expelled It took a while, and I had rather a fabulous time achieving it, and by the time I was thirteen I was back in our little council house with my father and brother.The teenage years are too painful to go into.When I was 18 I got a job at HTV in Bristol, and at 22 I moved to London to work for Thames I began as a secretary in news and current affairs, then trained as a production assistant and moved on to light entertainment and drama It was a love of drama, combined with a fierce ambition, that got me knocking on the Controller s door to ask what steps to take to become a producer Oh, go away and write something, came the reply So I did.23 books later, my only regret is that none of them have yet made it to the screen I left TV eighteen years ago to do the novelist thing of buying a house with a swimming pool in the South of France Bliss For the first summer After that came a disastrous love affair with one of the FBI s most wanted, the plunge of the pound, and the dawning realization that life full time in France was very, very different to a two week holiday frolicking around on millionaire s yachts on the sunny Riviera Sure it was glamorous, and the yachts along with the interesting people all came back in the summer, but the endless months in between were not far short of hell So, off to sunny California and Hollywood After equipping myself with a Mercedes estate for my beloved dogs Casanova and Floozie, a home in the hills complete with pool and perfect sunsets every night, I set about completing the obstacle course of cowboy agents, big talking producers and wannabe directors Once I realised that Hollywood was NOT waiting for me, I put the struggle behind me and from thereon life in Tinsel Town became just plain thrilling From star studded screenings and glitzy parties, to moonlit dinners on the beach and edgy nightclubs, it was the perfect town to be single George Clooney was my neighbour, Jennifer Anniston, Charlize Theron and Julianne Moore shopped in the same places, Nick Cage was a guest at my house, and Steve Martin was a regular on our dog walks Romances flourished and faded, some dreams came true and others were crushed After seven happy years of taking the best from Hollywood and avoiding the rest, I had to face up to the fact that I was losing touch with being English I needed a fix of my own country, so once again my dogs and I were on the move We returned to Wiltshire for two years where making the adjustment from Manolo Blahniks to Wellies, cocktails at sunset to nights in by the fire, and noglittery invites to liven up the mail proved too crushing for a s

10 thoughts on “Intimate Strangers

  1. says:

    Don t you just hate it when you have nearly finished a book especially one that you really enjoyed to find out that there are twobooks before it They are 1 Silent Witness 2 Wicked Beauty then it is this one 3 Intimate Stra

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    If you looked at my bookcase you d be certain I was a huge Susan Lewis fan In fact if you asked me I d agree she was one of my authors but having just finished Intimate Strangers I d say something about our relationship has chan

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    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here First this book really needed to be edited and it could ve been lot shorter than it is Writer rambles on without a break As for characters, all women in t

  4. says:

    I really love the way this author writes Her characters are real and the emotions palpable.

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    Spellbinding and emotional Stayed up the night to finish It was thought provoking regarding the human trafficking element and it examined the fraility of human relationships Thoroughly enjoyable.

  6. says:

    I ve read a few novels by Susan Lewis I like her style of writing The Mill House currently remains my favourite by her.

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