The Nanny




      The Nanny
The tension is simmering The lies are piling up Who do you trust With its buried secrets, shifting allegiances, and creeping sense of dread, The Nanny pulses with tension until its shocking conclusion I absolutely loved it SHARI LAPENA___________________Seven year old Jocelyn loves her nanny than her own mother.When her nanny disappears one night, Jo never gets over the loss.How could she vanish without saying goodbye Thirty years on, Jo is forced to return to her family home and confront her troubled relationship with her mother When human remains are discovered in the grounds of the house, Jo begins to question everything.Then an unexpected visitor knocks at the door and Jo s world is destroyed again as, one by one, she discovers her childhood memories aren t what they seemed.What secrets was her nanny hiding and what was she running away from And can Jo trust what her mother tells her Sometimes the truth hurts so much you d rather hear the lie.___________________Just like Jocelyn, readers love THE NANNY New Read The Nanny author Gilly Macmillan For Kindle ePUB or eBook – bluevapours.co.uk

Gilly Macmillan is the New York Times Sunday Times bestselling author of THE NANNY out in 2019 Also WHAT SHE KNEW previously published as BURNT PAPER SKY in some territories , THE PERFECT GIRL, ODD CHILD OUT I KNOW YOU KNOW Gilly is Edgar Award nominated and an ITW award finalist Her books have been translated into over 20 languages.She grew up in Swindon, Wiltshire and also lived in Northern California She studied History of Art at Bristol University and the Courtauld Institute of Art in London.Gilly lives in Bristol, UK with her husband, three children and two dogs and writes full time She s currently working on her sixth novel.

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  • Hardcover
  • 400 pages
  • The Nanny
  • Gilly Macmillan
  • English
  • 24 March 2019
  • 0062875558

10 thoughts on “ The Nanny

  1. Nilufer Ozmekik says:

    What a surprising, slow burn thriller with unlikable but somehow appreciable characters if you handle a little batshit craziness and sociopathic tendencies, they were all right , gripping reading making you captive and forcing you brainstorming about what s going to happen next and then sucker punching you at unforeseeable second with a great revelation BAM Yes giving my four stars and throwing my tequila shot against my mouth This time Chardonnay is too light to absorb this kind of What a surprising, slow burn thriller with unlikable but somehow appreciable characters if you handle a little batshit craziness and sociopathic tendencies, they were all right , gripping reading making you captive and forcing you brainstorming about what s going to happen next and then sucker punching you at unforeseeable second with a great revelation BAM Yes giving my four stars and throwing my tequila shot against my mouth This time Chardonnay is too light to absorb this kind of thriller book, trust me OMG what s the thriller authors problem with those nannies Ifbooks are going to be written and released about them, I m afraid most of the...

  2. Lala BooksandLala says:

    This was one of the least mysterious mysteries I ve ever read Usually Gilly Macmillan really does it for me, oh well maybe her next one

  3. Norma * Traveling Sister and proud Grandma!!! says:

    Slow burn, upsetting, deceptively appealing I fell in love with Gilly Macmillan and her books after reading WHAT SHE KNEW and since have subsequently read or have snatched myself up all of her other books so I have them on hand I have a habit of collecting author s books after loving one I did have every intention of reading them but some of my ARC s have gotten in the way of reading authors that I favour and enjoy So I was...

  4. BernLuvsBooks (Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas) says:

    If you enjoy a mystery involving family secrets where nothing is quite as it seems, The Nanny is definitely for you Told in alternating points of view, The Nanny tells the tale of Jocelyn Holt as she is forced to return to her childhood home after the death of her husband Jocelyn must face her estranged mother, while trying to put her and ...

  5. Sumit RK says:

    Nannies make great characters in fiction because they re outsiders who ve been invited into the heart of a family If the word Nanny reminds you of Mary Poppins, Nanny McPhee or even Fran Drescher you remember , then this book may force you to do a rethink Jo s beloved nanny, Hannah, left without a trace in the summer of 1988, Haunted by the loss, Jo eventually left her parents and her home behind Thirty years later, Jo returns to her house and is forced to confront her troubled relationship Nannies make great characters in fiction because they re outsiders who ve been invited into the heart of a family If the word Nanny reminds you of Mary Poppins, Nanny McPhee or even Fran Drescher you remember , then this book may force you to do a rethink Jo s beloved nanny, Hannah, left without a trace in the summer of 1988, Haunted by the loss, Jo eventually left her parents and her home behind Thirty years later, Jo returns to her house and is forced to confront her troubled relationship with her mother But when human remains are accidentally uncovered in a lake on the estate, Jo begins to question everything she thought she knew To add to the mystery, Hannah is back after 30 long years Told in al...

  6. Jennifer ~ TarHeelReader says:

    Jo was seven years old when her nanny, Hannah, left years ago The loss disconnected her, and as soon as she could, she left her family and those memories at Lake Hall behind.Over thirty years later, Jo is back at Lake Hall where she has to face her mother At the same time, human remains are found in a lake on the property and what could that mean This is immediately followed by a visitor showing up and tearing Jo s world apart all over again Her mission becomes finding out just who her nanny Jo was seven years old when her nanny, Hannah, left years ago The loss disconnected her, and as soon as she could, she left her family and those memories at Lake Hall behind.Over thirty years later, Jo is back at Lake Hall where she has to face her mother At the same time, human remains are found in a lake on the property and what could that mean This is immediately followed by a visitor showing up and tearing Jo s world apart all over again Her mission becomes finding out just who her nanny really was and why she would have left.So many secrets So many lies Darkness Spite The truth inevitably hurts.I ve read a few of Macmillan s books and enjoyed them, but this is definitely her best The pacing never lags and page after page had me compelled over this mysterious nanny The family is so dynamic and dysfunctional, it s like watching a train wreck.Overall, I needn t worry about putting this one down because I never did It was compulsively readable and addictive.I re...

  7. sue says:

    I ve been reading this on and off from last night I read the bulk of this book until dawn I finished the rest over breakfast and lunch.The book was glued to my hands, I really had a job putting it down.I love a dysfunctional family, and we certainly have one ...

  8. Diane S ☔ says:

    2.5 I made the decision at the end of last year to for go many of the psychological thrillers being written I connected to do few of them and they were all blending together in my head So, this is one of the few I have read this year, but found myself having the same problem Different characters telling the story, made this book, for me, choppy reading Very seldom does this format work for me, though there have been a few exceptions The sections narrated by Detective Andy, were nonensial,, 2.5 I made the decision at the end of last year to for go many of the psychological thrillers being written I connected to do few of them and they were all blending together in my head So, this is one of the few I have read this year, but found myself having the same problem Different characters telling the story, made this book, for me, choppy reading Very seldom does this forma...

  9. Jasmine from How Useful It Is says:

    This book started out well and won my attention when all of the characters are introduced I liked that each of the characters possesses his her own unique personalities I smiled at Detective Andy s humor on wealthy people and felt angry at Jo for her blind loyalty This story was a page turner for me up until the middle of the book and then it began to drag I don t enjoy all that arts stuff.This book started with a prologue Then the story begins, told in the third person point of view This book started out well and won my attention when all of the characters are introduced I liked that each of the characters possesses his her own unique personalities I smiled at Detective Andy s humor on wealthy people and felt angry at Jo for her blind loyalty This story was a page turner for me up until the middle of the book and then it began to drag I don t enjoy all that arts stuff This book started with a prologue Then the story begins, told in the third person point of view following Jocelyn, back in 1987, as she wakes up to find her nanny Hannah gone She loves her nanny for her patience and care, an opposite of what her own mother does for her Thirty years later Jo comes back to UK with her daughter to live with her mother after her husband died The second view is of nanny Hannah, starting fromthan thirty years ago and on until present day The third view is Virginia, Jocelyn s mother, told in present day Virginia Holt is a wealthy woman with ...

  10. Holly B says:

    3.25 STARSIt was okay I enjoyed some parts quite a bit and others were way far fetched The audio version made itenjoyable.Pretty standard, but the nanny certainly added some creepiness What is it about Nannies I did skim several parts that...

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