Local Woman Missing by Mary Kubica @MaryKubica @HarlequinBooks #fiction #bookreview #bookblogger

Kaceey’s Review:

Meredith and her daughter Delilah have mysteriously vanished. And it isn’t the first time someone went missing in this particular neighborhood. Shelby made that list after disappearing without a trace. It would certainly seem the two cases could be linked.  

The one person who may have all the answers is the daughter Delilah, suddenly reappearing eleven years later. So where has she been all this time? Can she, will she, answer the looming question regarding what happened to she and her mother?

 The one person who may have all the answers is the daughter Delilah as she reappears eleven years later. Where has she been? Can she answer the question of what happened to her and her mother?

Mary Kubica writes gripping, suspenseful thriller that you won’t be able to put down. The tension is palpable as the pages fly by. I was totally immersed and captivated by this book beginning to end. 

This was only my second read by Mary Kubica and I’m already a huge fan of her work and will definitely be going back to read some of her previous books. 

Thank you to NetGalley and Harlequin – Park Row

6 thoughts on “Local Woman Missing by Mary Kubica @MaryKubica @HarlequinBooks #fiction #bookreview #bookblogger

    1. Couldn’t put it down! I remember you felt the same way in your review! I can’t wait to pick up another one of her books!


    1. Thank you Sandy! Hope you love it! I’ll be watching for your review. She writes such great engaging thrillers! I have a few of her older books on my shelf I need to find the time to read!💖🤓📚

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