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My Sister Is Missing by Carissa Ann Lynch
Genre: Psychological Thriller
Published by Harper Collins
Publication Date: March 29th, 2019
ASIN: B07J3923B1
Pages: 197
Review Copy From: HC via NetGalley
Edition: eBook
My Rating: 4

Synopsis (via GR)

A twenty-year-old local mystery that has never been sold.
A bone-chilling VHS tape depicting a horrific crime.

Neighbors with something to hide.

And a sister who is missing.

Emily has to find out the truth. But is her sister Madeline the victim…or the one to blame?

My Thoughts

Nine years ago was the last time Emily has been home, however, her sister Madeline pleaded with her to come back to their childhood home to help her with the children since her husband left her for a younger woman. Plus she hinted that there was more but wanted to do it face to face.

Twenty years ago, Emily had a near-death accident in the woods surrounding their house and at the same time, another child went missing. Were these 2 incidents connected?

But before Madeline tells Emily “the big news” and only after 24 hours of Emily arriving, Madeline goes missing. Is it of her own accord or is something more sinister?

I really enjoyed this book. I was surprised at all that happened within the 197 pages. I was 99.99% sure I had it all figured out but the last few chapters showed that I wasn’t even close.

A quick read that will keep you guessing throughout!

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    1. I love a book that keeps me guessing!

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