Book Review | Somebody’s Daughter by David Bell

Synopsis:

A young girl goes missing. The mother, Erica, shows up at her ex-husband, Michael’s house to tell him they had a child together and now she is missing. Erica wants Michael’s help finding her so he tells his wife he is going to look for this child he never knew he had. Things come to light that brings questions of whether the girl really is his or not. Everyone’s hiding something. Who can Michael trust? Who has the girl? Is she even his?

Review:

The story was good. It kept me guessing the whole time. There were so many things to take into account when trying to find out who the father was and who the kidnapper was. I didn’t see the ending coming til the end but there wasn’t any real way to have guessed either. There just wasn’t much to lead me to this conclusion.

(The rest of this review may have spoilers.)

It was rather weird and I feel like there could have been more explanation on the ending but it seems that it’s all just a rather smooth ending as far as relationships go and what of an arrest. Even if no one presses charges, the police surely would with all the man power, time, and money spent in trying to find this girl.

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This book was received in a Goodreads giveaway for my honest review.


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