Don’t Look for Me: A Novel

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One night, Molly Clarke disappears. It looks like she walked away from her life, the note at a hotel saying Don’t Look for Me seemed to close the case. Her family life was not going well, not since the death of her youngest daughter five years before. Her husband didn’t seem to love her anymore and her other two children despised her, especially her oldest, Nicole. But as broken as their family is, Nicole knows her mother would never just leave them. She heads to the town where Molly disappeared from and begins to look for clues herself. Nicole said terrible things to her mother before she disappeared and she will do whatever it takes to find her and repair their broken relationship. However, there are people at work behind the scenes actively trying to keep her from finding the truth or to make her disappear as well.

This is my second Wendy Walker book and I have to say I liked it a lot more than the first. It was easy to relate to both Molly and Nicole and the strained relationship that mothers and daughters can have. They were probably the only two characters to have much depth, but it was enough. The plot was interesting and telling the same story in the same timeline from both of their perspectives added extra layers of suspense. If you enjoy mysteries and especially those with strong female leads, then you should check this book out.

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Author Wendy Walker
Star Count 4/5
Format Hard
Page Count 352 pages
Publisher St. Martin's Press
Publish Date
ISBN 9781250198709 Buy this Book
Issue October 2020
Category Mystery, Crime, Thriller


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