The beauty of the English countryside is a stark contrast to the growing suspense of the storyline. It wold appear that the hit and run is no accident and Georgia is increasingly concerned for her own safety as she considers how what she knows could ultimately put her life at threat. It is easy to understand Georgia's teenage angst. As we know the smallest of problems can seem insurmountable at that age, so when the issue is so big Georgia struggles to function normally as she obsesses about the image on the photograph.
All the characters in the story are well drawn and three dimensional and the plot line entirely plausible as Georgia's family struggles to relate to one another in a time when they need each other most. The themes of letting your children go and navigating your way through a marriage that has grown stale are realistic and handled in a believable fashion. The physical descriptions of the landscape are stark and vivid in Sara Foster's usual fashion.
All That Is Lost Between Us is an engaging and suspenseful read that had me turning the pages at an increasing rate as the story reached its satisfying conclusion.