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Book Review – Grace is Gone by Emily Elgar @emily_elgar @LittleBrownUK #BookReview #BookBlogger #thriller

A scary book which shook my insides, based on real life incidents.

Meg and Grace, mom and seriously ill daughter were the darling of the town when one night Meg was murdered brutally, and Grace vanished, probably kidnapped or killed. It took a journalist Jon and neighbor Cara all their skills to find her.

My first book by author Emily Elgar, the story brought a sinking tumoil in me. I had read enough to realize where the story was going, but the author’s writing did its magic on me, and I was entranced to keep reading.

Told to me in dual POV, I got to know how Jon and Cara investigated along with their personal lives, there was also Grace’s voice, as excerpts from her diary, interweaved into the story which had a strong hold on it.

The story, all true, brought out the dark human psyche. It was quite a page turner that kept me engrossed all through. A perfect breakfast read, I would say. The darker, the better.

I received a free ARC from NetGalley and publisher, and this is my journey into its pages, straight from the heart!! STRICTLY HONEST AND UNBIASED.

All my reviews can be read here

Meg and her daughter Grace are the most beloved family in Ashford, the lynchpin that holds the town together. So when Meg is found brutally murdered and her daughter missing, the community is rocked by the tragedy. Her daughter, Grace, has been sick for years and all Meg has ever done is look after her. Now Meg is dead, Grace is gone – and fears are growing for her life.

Who would kidnap a sick teenager? Who would murder a mother who sacrificed everything? As the community come to terms with what’s happened, an unlikely pair start searching for answers: Jon, the most hated journalist in Ashford and Cara, the young woman who found Meg’s body. But once they start digging into the past, they will soon realise there’s no going back.

6 thoughts on “Book Review – Grace is Gone by Emily Elgar @emily_elgar @LittleBrownUK #BookReview #BookBlogger #thriller Leave a comment

    • Yes. That’s what the acknowledgements say… It was good fun as long as I didn’t think about it being real. Sometimes I feel DJ, some mothers don’t deserve to be one, and some women who would be great mothers have no children… It is the biggest irony of life

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