Losing Leah by Sue Welfare Review

I really enjoyed this book!
It wasn't a jam-packed action/thriller, but I thought the story was very well written.

The pace was steady and kept me wanting more, even though there wasn't any big twist I was satisfied with the ending. The last phrases of the book were kind of mind blowing for me personally. Great ending, it kind of ends in a cliff-hanger and I would have liked to know more but that's okay.

It is a police procedural book in my opinion, and the narrator is one of the cops investigating. There was a little personnel background story on her and I did like that that was added in the story. It made her more relatable instead of just making it about the investigation.

I'm really looking forward to reading more from this author!

Thank you to Castle Yard Publishing for providing me with an electronic ARC of this book via NetGalley. As usual, my reviews are my honest and unbiased opinions.

An ordinary day...an ordinary couple... a terrible secret. 

On a cold dark February morning. Chris and Leah Hills stop for coffee at an isolated service station a stone’s throw from the Welsh Borders. While Leah heads inside, Chris locks the car and goes in to order them a drink. 

She shouldn’t be long, after all they’ve only stopped to stretch their legs. 
Minutes pass. Chris waits and waits, but Leah doesn’t come back. 

When Sergeant Mel Daley and her boss, Detective Inspector Harry Baker, arrive to begin the search, their investigation calls into question whether Leah ever left Norfolk and unravels a tangle of dark secrets from the past. 

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