337 by M. Jonathan Lee #BookReview

337 follows the life of Samuel Darte whose mother vanished when he was in his teens. It was his brother, Tom who found her wedding ring on the kitchen table along with the note. While their father pays the price of his mother’s disappearance, Sam learns that his long-estranged Gramma is living out her last days in a nursing home nearby. Keen to learn about what really happened that day and realising the importance of how little time there is, he visits her to finally get the truth. Soon it’ll be too late and the family secrets will be lost forever. Reduced to ashes. But in a story like this, nothing is as it seems. The hardback version of  337 has a gorgeous cover which is double-ended and as well as the title 337 being a clever choice as it's the mirror image of M. Jonathan Lee's surname,  I could choose whether I wanted to start reading from the blue or yellow side! Intriguing, eh?! Please note the double-ended upside-down opening is available for hard copy orders in the UK o

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