“Say You’re Sorry”, by Michael Robotham

Overall Rating: 4/5

Read it, or save your time?  A hidden gem.  Reminds me of “Kiss the Girls”, but with a modern flair.

What’s it about?  Two beautiful, teenaged girls go missing one day and the case remains unsolved.  Three years later, a couple is brutally murdered in the same house one of the girls lived at the time of the kidnapping.  Narrated by a retired psychologist with Parkinson’s who is brought in to assist with the case, who believes the girls are still alive, you will be on the edge of your seat as details of the girls’ lives come to light and the investigation begins to unravel.

Reviewer’s Note: Apparently this is part of a series, which I didn’t realize when I picked it up, but you don’t need to read the prior books to enjoy this one.


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