My name is Piper Hadley and I went missing on the last Saturday of the summer holidays three years ago.
When Piper and her friend Tash disappeared, there was a huge police search, but they were never found. Now Tash, reaching breaking point at the abuse their captor has inflicted on them, has escaped, promising to come back for Piper. Clinical psychologist Joe O'Loughlin and his stalwart companion, ex-cop Vincent Ruiz, force the police to re-open the case after Joe is called in to assess the possible killer of a couple in their own home and finds a connection to the missing girls. But they are racing against time to save Piper from someone with an evil, calculating and twisted mind....
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I have a personal policy of writing reviews only for books which I would give 5 stars to, because they are the books I tell my friends about. I read Michael Robotham's first 2 books, and they were quite good, but not gripping. Say Your Sorry is different. It got me in right from the start, and kept me enthralled wright to the last chapter. One of the best points about it was the passages written from the point of view of one of the victims. Often I find books that alternate between past and present to be confusing, and the technique can detract from the suspense. But with this story the excursions into the recent past only add to the drama. Although there is some graphic detail, Robotham doesn't go overboard with the sex, blood and guts. If you like a thrilling crime novel that has you cheering on the sleuths and the victims, this one's well worth your credit.
yes, if i did re-listen to books, which i don't
all of them
pleasant to listen to and can vary his narration according to each character
same as title of book
gripping, intelligent and creepy
A great mystery, I want to listen again to see what clues I might have missed. Brilliant!
It is more than just a story about kidnapped girls. It is also about Joe the psychologist with Parkinson's who is a brilliant analyzer of characters and you might learn a thing or two about psychology while enjoying the listen.
The narrater's voice is a perfect fit with Joe. His voice really matches the character. A pleasure to listen to.
the book was about 12 hours, so that wouldn't work, but I listened to it every chance I got.
The detailed analysis of the characters
Yes the grief of the parents
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