by Jane Bidder
A kindly voice from the ‘Lost or Stolen’ option at the other end of the phone confirmed that no one had taken money from her cards in the short time they’d gone missing. Thank heavens. She decided there was no need to cancel them … When Georgie Hamilton’s car goes missing and then reappears outside her house hours later, her family is convinced she must have left it there – after all, her handbag is still on the back seat. But as her bank accounts start being emptied, and her husband’s and clients’ funds are raided too, it’s clear someone has stolen her identity and is playing fast and loose with it. Her marriage under strain and her business suddenly in tatters, Georgie is forced to confront her past. It’s time to face up to what happened to her over twenty years ago … time to face up to the real Georgie Hamilton.