Kelley's writing always just sucks me right in and this book was no exception.
I was not sure the first few chapters but after that the book really grew on me and I thoroughly enjoyed it.
I really enjoyed this new Armstrong standalone. It was a fast-paced thriller and a really quick read if you're looking for a mystery to just kick back with and try to puzzle out.
The MC is a recently single mother. She's haunted by a past that she worries will cause her to lose daughter, but when she gets caught up in a murder/kidnapping case, she realizes she has to dig up that dark past to save a boy, and her family.
My #canada collection 🇨🇦
Lots of Armstrong, including her latest release and my current read, Wherever She Goes
Recommendations for getting a good sense of Canadian identity: Scarborough and Obasan
Canadian Apocolypse fiction: The Marrow Thieves, Dead North and one I havent read yet, Against a Darkening Sky.
Canadian staples: Margaret Atwood & Alice Munro
Happy Canada Day!
I have a love/hate relationship with Armstrong's books... but I'm drawn to them like moths to a light 🤷🏽♀️
I‘ve been a big fan of Armstrong‘s writing for over a decade- across multiple genres. She writes fast-paced, twisting plots with realistic and dynamic characters! I had to make up for lost reading time over the weekend, so I started- and finished- this #NetGalley #OneSittingRead this afternoon! Set in a fictional #Chicago suburb, I couldn‘t put this one down!!! And I finished my #MayTBR a few days early- despite the weekend!! 👏👏👏