by K Larsen
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Imposter by K Larsen

In idyllic Brunswick, Maine, tragedy strikes, leaving one family struggling to stay together.
7-year-old Sophie Anderson vanished from a neighbors' front lawn in 2006 leaving the Anderson family reeling. Helen, a mother who never gave up hope.
Sam, a father who couldn't cope. Cora, the even-keeled sister and Shane, the angry half-brother fought to maintain their family after losing Sophie.
Just when the Anderson's thought they had moved past Sophie's disappearance,
Cora finds Sophie shivering behind a dumpster in Portland, Maine 10 years later.

As Sophie integrates back into her family home a series of dark revelations rear their ugly heads leaving you wondering... is anyone who you think they are?

How well do you know your child, your spouse, your best friend or neighbor?
How far would you go to protect your family?
How many secrets could you keep before your world begins to crumble?
How far would you go to better your life?
Everyone has skeletons. Everyone lies. The question is, which lies are harmless and which skeletons are meant to be bared?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940153786629
Publisher: K Larsen
Publication date: 11/21/2016
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 530,631
File size: 608 KB

About the Author

Interests: Reading/Writing· Viola · Piano · Gardening · Pets · Coffee · Chocolates · Running I am an avid reader, coffee drinker, and chocolate eater who loves writing. I received my B.A. from Simmons College- a while ago. I currently live with my husband and daughter in Maine. I'm working on my fourth novel and it's a doozy! I've published Saving Caroline, Dating Delaney, 30 Days and Committed and the Bloodlines Series (Tug of War, Objective, Resistance and Target 84) and Jezebel. Enjoy! I love hearing from you so please feel free to contact me! On amazon:

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Imposter 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Jettmixx More than 1 year ago
★★★★★ from jettmixx on November 8, 2016 Whhhhhaaaaaaaaa!?!?!?!? What just happened?!? I just got a total mind F**k! K. Larsen back at it again. Girl, this is your genre. TKO! My mind was spinning just waiting for it and did not disappoint. With the characters and the flashbacks….just gimme more! What a heart pounding ride! I may have to come back and give more to this review cause at this point….my mind is just fluttering with thoughts of who and what and everything in between. I love her writing and the way her mind works when it comes to mystery/thriller/suspense. Did not disappoint.
HafwynD More than 1 year ago
When an author manages to leave a reader speechless, breathless, and inconceivably happy after a story that I felt literally stopped my heart in places causes me to rate a book 5 plus stars. Imposter was this book. It had me completely enraptured from the very heart wrenching beginning to the last words on the page at the end. I loved how the author laid out the story. She was giving us the past and the present and the way she did it just worked. I wont give a synopsis of the book you can read that when you go buy it and I refuse to give spoilers and ruin this epic read for you or anyone else. This book will cause some major feels and it will make you ask the question of "Who really did it?". I very Highly recommend this book to all who love a good thriller.
Pamelak31 More than 1 year ago
I was so excited to receive my ARC of Imposter. K. Larsen is one of my favorite authors and I was looking forward to her newest solo book. The Anderson's are your upper middle class family. 3 kids, happy parents and what appears to be a perfect life. A life that falls apart when 7 year old Sophie disappears. Where did she go? Who is responsible? How will the family survive? The book begins with Sophie's disappearance. We then time hope 10 years. Sophie is still missing and the family is dealing, for the most part. The story is told from multiple points of view. We get the current timeline with memories from all of the points of view. I won't go into the story, as I feel you need to experience this one on your own. As always, the author tells a wonderful story with well developed characters. You feel their pain, and man is their pain, and you live their story. There were some twists, but not nearly as many as some of her other stories. I thought I had it figured out, but I was only partially right. Thank you Ms. Larsen for another wonderful story!!
shabbyarora More than 1 year ago
When an imposter leads them to the truth. One imposter then became another. Katie is making a name for herself by writing , wonderful Suspense thrillers . Jezebel left my mouth hanging. And now Imposter has the same shocking & stunning vein running through it. The story starts with a simple thread . A girl has gone missing. Slowly the thread leads to two, three and soon the fabric of lies woven on a loom of family secrets starts to wrap around you. I sometimes felt lost as to what to believe anymore. The family shatters when the littlest baby girl goes missing. Other kids get sidelined, marriage becomes sour, couple has invisible wall separating them Helen , the mother, just bends and bends in the desolate wind that has swept through her life...waiting to see when she breaks ! The greatest trauma in kids gone missing cases is that the family gets no closure.....unless the child returns ! closure didn’t exist, just . . . awareness. What a twist in the story .O.M.G . Sophie , the baby girl , is found. She comes home and what should have been a peaceful time for the family brings more turmoil, more friction and more upheaval. “You know that moment? The one where the sea kisses the sand? The feeling underyour toes as the sand erodes and slips out from under you?” Dr. White nodded. “That’s what my life has been like. A short period of bliss before it all slips away from beneath me. And the worst part is, you can always feel it happening. It’s never a surprise." It was amazing how much destruction one person could cause. How you could spend a lifetime with someone and still not actually know them. That even the good may be capable of terrible things. Maybe no one knew what they were capable of until they were thrust in a specific moment. Some extremely thought-provoking, in depth lines are written . I'm so amazed by her talent , one of the best books of this year definitely.