Saturday, January 9, 2016

Missing Pieces

Review copy provided via NetGallery in exchange for an honest review

Summary: Missing Pieces

A woman uncovers earth-shattering secrets about her husband's family in this chilling page-turner from New York Times bestselling author Heather Gudenkauf

Sarah Quinlan's husband, Jack, has been haunted for decades by the untimely death of his mother when he was just a teenager, her body found in the cellar of their family farm, the circumstances a mystery. The case rocked the small farm town of Penny Gate, Iowa, where Jack was raised, and for years Jack avoided returning home. But when his beloved aunt Julia is in an accident, hospitalized in a coma, Jack and Sarah are forced to confront the past that they have long evaded.

Upon arriving in Penny Gate, Sarah and Jack are welcomed by the family Jack left behind all those years ago—barely a trace of the wounds that had once devastated them all. But as facts about Julia's accident begin to surface, Sarah realizes that nothing about the Quinlans is what it seems. Caught in a flurry of unanswered questions, Sarah dives deep into the puzzling rabbit hole of Jack's past. But the farther in she climbs, the harder it is for her to get out. And soon she is faced with a deadly truth she may not be prepared for.


I don’t give out many five-star ratings, but this book deserves it, from the bottom of my heart hands down the best murder mystery I’ve ever read… The first one where I didn’t figure out the killer before it was reveled in the story line. It’s also one of those books from the very first paragraph you’re sucked in and can’t quite reading until you’ve finished the book.

You feel each of the emotions going on; you connect with each of the characters not just the main Sarah and Jack, but each one mentioned. The plot is complex and complete; the flow is flawless. I didn’t find any grammatical errors, which drive me crazy.


Would you recommend this book to others?    YES

Would you read other books written by this Author?   YES

Is this a Novel or Novella?  NOVEL

Is this book priced correctly?  Hardback price is in the range I would pay for a quality book, but the eBook price is over what I’d pay so I say it’s on the very high end… If I’m paying more than seven dollars for a book I want it in hand not on a computer.

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