The first chapter is so shocking your jaw will drop. The last is so emotional you'll never forget it.
DISCOVER 2021'S MOST UNPUTDOWNABLE DEBUT THRILLER . . .
'Absolutely lived up to the hype' 5***** READER REVIEW
'A stand-out psychological thriller with heart' ASHLEY AUDRAIN, bestselling author of The Push
'I was totally hooked from the beginning' 5***** READER REVIEW
'PLEASE HELP ME . . . MY DAUGHTER HAS GONE'
Naomi is desperate to prove to her ex-husband that she can be trusted with their only child.
So when an overnight stay goes terribly wrong, Naomi panics - and tells a desperate lie.
SHE REPORTS HER DAUGHTER MISSING.
Within hours, police begin searching her home.
Soon the whole country will be looking for her daughter. And Naomi knows her lie has gone too far.
BUT CAN SHE EVER TAKE IT BACK?
'I'll be recommending it to everyone I know' SARAH PEARSE, author of The Sanatorium
'Superb. Utterly gripping' WILL DEAN, author of The Last Thing to Burn
'Truly the stuff of nightmares. Couldn't put it down' CATHERINE COOPER, bestselling author of The Chalet
'A tense and claustrophobic rollercoaster' NINA MANNING
'Had me turning pages into the early hours. Truly superb' KATIE LOWE
'Powerful . . . a promising debut from a new voice' DAILY MAIL
READERS ARE HOOKED BY WHEN THEY FIND HER . . .
'Flawlessly written, twisty and nerve-wracking' 5***** READER REVIEW
'Absolutely phenomenal' 5***** READER REVIEW
'This book was one I was excited to read and it didn't disappoint . . . the story was excellent' 5***** READER REVIEW
'As clever and compelling as it is gripping' 5***** READER REVIEW
'Nail-biting suspense throughout' 5***** READER REVIEW
APPLE BOOKS REVIEW
With extremely clever storytelling, terrific pace and emotional heft, Lia Middleton’s When They Find Her is one of the more memorable thrillers we can recall. Its premise isn’t for the faint-hearted: Naomi is a troubled woman whose chance at rebuilding a relationship with four-year-old daughter Freya is destroyed when she wakes up one morning to discover Freya dead. Bereft, confused and panicked, Naomi hides her daughter’s body and tells the police and ex-husband Aiden that Freya is missing. From here, Middleton fires up a psychological assault course of a story full of superbly drawn characters and gasp-out-loud revelations that feels built for a glossy TV adaptation.
From about half way though I struggled to put this down. Loved the characters.
This was definitely a good read, it was a little bit slow in some places but I feel that it adds to the plot by allowing the reader to look into the mind of the main character. The twist was good, unexpected I didn’t see it coming. I would recommend
Was a good story! Really enjoyed reading it