If you’re looking for a new thriller to get your heart racing, look no further than Mary Kubica’s latest novel, “Local Woman Missing.” This New York Times bestseller has been praised for its dark twists and jaw-dropping surprises, and after reading it for myself, I can confirm that the hype is well-deserved.
The story centers around the disappearance of several women in a small town, including Shelby Tebow and Meredith Dickey and her daughter Delilah. Their disappearances leave the town in a state of fear and confusion, and the case eventually goes cold without any answers or leads.
Fast forward 11 years and Delilah shockingly returns, leaving everyone in the town wanting to know what happened to her during her years of absence. But as the truth begins to unravel, it becomes clear that the answers aren’t what anyone expected.
Kubica’s writing style is gripping and kept me on the edge of my seat throughout the entire novel. The pacing is expertly done, with just the right amount of tension building to keep me invested in the story without feeling overwhelmed or bored.
One thing I loved about “Local Woman Missing” is how it explores the idea of domestic secrets and how far people will go to keep them hidden. The characters in this novel are complex and flawed, with their own motivations and desires that drive them to make decisions with far-reaching consequences. It’s a reminder that even the people we think we know best may be keeping secrets from us.
Overall, I would highly recommend “Local Woman Missing” to anyone who loves a good thriller with unexpected twists and turns. Kubica is a master of suspense and this novel confirms that she is at the top of her game. So curl up with a blanket, turn off the lights, and get ready to be taken on a wild ride.
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(as of Mar 25, 2023 12:27:15 UTC – Details)