Five years after the death of her daughter Annie, Molly and her family are still hurting from the loss. Molly feels like her son and daughter don’t forgive her for Annie, and she suspects her husband is cheating. So when she disappears, it’s almost the perfect situation. But Nicole isn’t ready to let her mother go just yet. Told in alternating viewpoints from Molly and Nicole, Don’t Look for Me tells the story of Molly’s disappearance, a family that needs healing, and a daughter’s determination to find her mother.
Everything from the way Molly disappears to the town setting has this creep factor. Something always feels off, but everyone is ignoring the warning signs. This one was really hard to put down, so I didn’t make as many notes as I usually do when I’m reading because I didn’t want to stop reading. It’s fast-paced, and it’s captivating, and you don’t know who to trust. Loved the twists and the elements of surprise; very well done! Thank you, St. Martin’s for sending this one along.
Don’t Look for Me is available on Amazon for $14.99.
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