The Man Who Didn’t Call By Rosie Walsh

By | June 25, 2018





Kindle Edition Price: £1.89                                                                                      Place To Buy:                                                                                        My Rating: 9.5/10






The Man Who Didn’t Call with a Fantastic Twist Kindle Edition.


I was captivated by The Man Who Didn’t Call. Never before have I been more tempted to jump through a book just so I could find out the reason he hadn’t called . . . And there is an outstanding and utterly brilliant twist . . . Well, that got me going as well. This book will leave you emotionally drained, and you will find it hard to put down, I am going to recommend that you read this book and I hope you enjoy it.


About the Author:


Rosie Walsh has traveled all over the world, working as a documentary producer and writer. The Man Who Didn’t Call is her first book under her own name. She lives in Bristol with her partner and son.


From the Inside Flap:


Imagine you meet a man, then you had six glorious Romantic days together, and you fall in love. This time it was mutual: and you are so certain of anything. However he then goes for a long-booked holiday but he promised to call you from the airport, you then have no cause to doubt him.
But for some reason, he doesn’t call. Friends kept telling you to forget about him, but you know that they are wrong: your brain starts working overtime, but you knew something must have happened; there must have been a reason for his silence.
What would you do if you finally discovered you were right? That there was a reason – and that this reason is the one thing you didn’t share with each other?


From the Back Cover:


‘Beautifully written, this book is full of tenderness, humor, and warmth – I adored it’.
Its an amazing and wonderful love story – achingly sexy, very modern, and heart-breaking – with a most brilliantly fantastic twist’
‘A gorgeously romantic, beautifully structured, page-turning mystery. A total joy’
‘I completely adored it. Rosie Walsh has created such strong characters and so much warmth’.
‘Amazingly, stunning, beautiful and wonderful. I cannot tell you how much I enjoyed this gorgeous book’.




The “OMG” romance of the year, The Man Who Didn’t Call by Rosie Walsh is a heart-wrenching love story with a dark secret at its heart, for anyone who’s waited for a phone call that didn’t come.
A gorgeous love story with a dark secret at its heart. Beautifully written, this is full of tenderness, humor, and warmth ― I adored it (Lucy Diamond)
A wonderful love story ― achingly sexy, modern, heart-breaking ― with the most fantastic twist (Eve Chase)
A beautiful, incredibly affecting, an edge-of-your-seat love story which deals with grief, mental illness, family and guilt in touching and sensitive ways . . . Hu…


My thoughts:


It’s not the type of book I normally read, but I had been so intrigued by all the reviews so thought I would try it. You know I found it hard to put it down! It’s brilliantly written, It makes you desperate to find out what happens then It completely throws you. If you want a good read this is the book, you will not work out the end give it a go.

2 thoughts on “The Man Who Didn’t Call By Rosie Walsh

  1. asmithxu

    Hey John,

    I am already extremely intrigued by this book through your review. I can actually really relate to the main point of the plot.

    Right now I’m in a long distance relationship. At times I get worried that if something happens to my boyfriend, he’ll just disappear and I’ll never know for sure what happened. Long distance relationships seem to be getting more and more common, so I’m sure that this fear is becoming more common.

    I really love romantic books. It seems like this book has a fair amount of suspense mixed in also, which is fine by me. I’ll have to check it out for myself.

    Thanks for the great review!

    1. john bicknell Post author

      There is a link on my review.  thanks for the comment


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