If you're looking for a page-turner from the very beginning to the very end, I highly recommend reading this book. There is a constant pulse to this story that has you fearing the worst at every turn of the page. The characters and their fears feel real as they navigate through the thickening plot that doesn't let up until the very end - and even then, it's not over.
Can't recommend this book enough. The stories in this book bring a warmth to the heart and a comfort to the soul. If you know of someone going through tough times this is the perfect book for them. It's also perfect for anyone who needs a heaping dose of faith or who just enjoys reading true stories that make you say, "wow, that's amazing."
Gone For Good by Harlan Coben
Where I Lost Her by T. Greenwood
T. Greenwood captivates your attention from the very first page in this novel about a woman whose painful past interferes with finding answers to what happened to a little girl who appears in front of her car and then vanishes into the woods. After the sighting of the little girl is strummed up to be a hoax and the search is called off, she is determined to get answers. Searching for more than just the little girl, she searches for relief from a past that haunts her in her dreams. A page-turner to the very end.
Three Wishes by Liane Moriarty
What Alice forgot (my favorite)
Big Little Lies
The Husband's Secret
I love the characters Liane creates. They are witty, controversial, and oh, so flawed.
Just like all of Liane Moriarty's books, the building of the plot and the characters in this story has you hooked from the very first page. Triplets from the same womb couldn't be more different and each struggle with their own lives twists and turns. But when certain revelations and secrets begin to unravel, sibling rivalry and a generous dose of ironic connections have you shaking your head and laughing out loud.