Where the Missing Go by Emma Rowley | Review

Where the Missing Go | Emma Rowley | Kensington Publishing | Pub: April 30, 2019 | Pages: 304

I usually steer clear of books about missing girls/women, I usually find them dry, slow and boring, but I LOVED this one!

It’s about a mother that will not give up on finding her missing child! It’s been two years, but she will not give up, she knows her child is out there somewhere.

This book was 100% unpredictable, I for sure had it all mapped out in my mind about what happened or who was involved, etc. but boy was I wrong. This story is full of misdirection, full of action and full of twists!

The ending definitely had me…..

Highly recommend this book! You won’t be disappointed.

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


The missing don't always want to be found.

Kate Harlow recognizes this painful truth, even as she keeps searching for her daughter, Sophie, who disappeared two years ago. The police have stopped investigating-after all, Sophie has sent postcards home, insisting that she's fine. To fill the space in her increasingly empty days, Kate volunteers at Message in a Bottle, where runaways can leave messages for loved ones, no questions asked.

Then one evening, a call comes in from a voice Kate instinctively recognizes, even through bursts of static and beyond the sudden dial tone that breaks their connection.

Those closest to Kate worry she's cracking under her grief, imagining that it was Sophie. But Kate knows-that it was her daughter on the phone. And that a stranger has been inside her house. Watching her.

Sophie is out there. And Kate has to find her, even if someone will try anything to stop her . . .


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