Good Morning and welcome to my little Book Blog Corner! I am behind in reading and writing reviews. I have finally finished up another review of a past book that I finished in July. I hope to get the others done this week. So on to the review of:
Someone took her.
Unless she was she never there…
Title: Without A trace
Author: Carissa Ann Lynch
Date of Publication: April 5, 2019
Publisher: Killer Reads
Date Read: July 8 – 21, 2019
Number of Pages: 200
You can purchase it Here
A little girl has gone missing.
Lily was last seen being tucked into bed by her adoring mother, Nova. But the next morning, the bed is empty except for a creepy toy rabbit.
Has Nova’s abusive ex stolen his “little bunny” back for good?
At first, Officer Ellie James assumes this is a clear custody battle. Until she discovers that there are no pictures of the girl and her drawers are full of unused toys and brand new clothes that have never been worn…
Is Ellie searching for a missing child who doesn’t actually exist?
About Carissa Ann Lynch
Carissa Ann Lynch is the USA TODAY Bestselling author of My Sister is Missing, Without a Trace, the Flocksdale Files trilogy, Horror High series, Searching for Sullivan, 13 anthology, Twisted anthology, Shades and Shadows, Midinight Moss, and This Is Not About Love. She resides in Floyds Knobs, Indiana.
Upcoming: LIKE FOLLOW KILL (Oct 25, 2019) I can’t to get my hands on this one.
What a powerful story! I have just started reading Carissa’s books, and this one was awesome. I had no clue what was true and what wasn’t. I was doubting, everything said by every character.
It was terrifying to read at times because the topic, now finally so widely discussed and not silenced anymore, hits so close to home; reading about Nova and her little daughter Lily I kept thinking about all the articles I’ve read and news I’ve seen in which an abusive partner killed his wife/girlfriend and/or kidnapped their child. But whereas the news articles and reports often offer a short and dry account of the events, Carissa invites the reader into the very mind of the victim and perpetrator, and she does it so masterfully that I found it chilling to read through certain scenes.
What I also enjoyed immensely is the growth and transformation of all three main characters (I won’t give away any spoilers but you’ll understand everything in the end) and the newfound strength that connected them as the case with the missing girl progressed. I am on a search for more of Carissa’s books.