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Publisher Description

”Kimberly Belle delivers the goods—a rocket-paced story with a heart that will keep you riveted through every hairpin twist and turn. Breathless suspense!” —Lisa Unger, New York Times bestselling author of The Red Hunter

When a child goes missing, two mothers’ lives collide in a shocking way in this suspenseful novel from the bestselling author of The Marriage Lie.

It’s every parent’s worst nightmare: the call that comes in the middle of the night. When Kat Jenkins awakens to the police on her doorstep, her greatest fear is realized. Her nine-year-old son, Ethan, is missing—vanished from the cabin where he’d been on an overnight class trip. Shocked and distraught, Kat rushes to the campground, but she’s too late; the authorities have returned from their search empty-handed after losing Ethan’s trail in the mountain forest.

Another mother from the school, Stef Huntington, seems like she has it all: money, prominence in the community, a popular son and a loving husband. She hardly knows Kat, except for the vicious gossip that swirls around Kat’s traumatic past. But as the police investigation unfolds, Ethan’s disappearance has earth-shattering consequences for Stef, as her path crosses with Kat. As the two mothers race against the clock, their desperate search for answers reveals how the greatest dangers lie behind the everyday smiles of those they trust the most.

GENRE
Mysteries & Thrillers
RELEASED
2018
June 26
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
336
Pages
PUBLISHER
Park Row Books
SELLER
Harlequin Digital Sales Corporation
SIZE
3.6
MB

Customer Reviews

Ralphnun1 ,

Three days missing

This story really kept me on my toes!!! I was wishing there would have been some development with Mac but a great ending anyway.

Cej5668 ,

An OK read

It was an entertaining read even though it was pretty obvious what the plot was from the very beginning. The last chapter really took away from the book in my opinion. There’s frustrations with the characters throughout the book and the last chapter just stirs them back up. Left me with a bad taste. Felt suddenly unfinished after concluding in the previous chapter. So if you read it, I recommend you skip the very last chapter! It’s a different narrator so you’ll know it’s the last one.

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