Bring Her Home is a tour de force from start to end!

In the breathtaking new thriller from David Bell, bestselling author of Since She Went Away and Somebody I Used to Know, the fate of two missing teenage girls becomes a father's worst nightmare....

Just a year and a half after the tragic death of his wife, Bill Price's fifteen-year-old daughter, Summer, and her best friend, Haley, disappear. Days later, the girls are found in a city park. Haley is dead at the scene, while Summer is left beaten beyond recognition and clinging to life.

As Bill holds vigil over Summer's bandaged body, the only sound the unconscious girl can make is one cryptic and chilling word: No. And the more time Bill spends with Summer, the more he wonders what happened to her. Or if the injured girl in the hospital bed is really his daughter at all.

When troubling new questions about Summer's life surface, Bill is not prepared for the aftershocks. He'll soon discover that both the living and the dead have secrets. And that searching for the truth will tear open old wounds that pierce straight to the heart of his family...


My Review

Ok, I have to say that readers are in for a real treat with this book. Mr. Bell brings a rich storyline with endearing and complex characters that will have you all in until the last page!

From the first moment that I opened this book and started reading, I was hooked. I felt the pain of Bill as he tried to cope with the tragic accident to his daughter. Through the investigation, Bill learned that he really did not know anything about his daughter. They had really grown apart after the loss of his wife. I liked that the lead detective was on a first name bases with Bill. It made Detective Hawkins more relatable as he too experienced so many emotions through the whole ordeal.

Another reason that I liked this book so much is because the author did not try to force me to go down one path knowing that there would be a twist. Therefore, it felt natural as the characters had their secrets revealed at the appropriate times in the story. Bring Her Home is a tour de force from start to end!


Mystica said…

Sounds like a real edge of the chair read! thanks for the review.

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