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Where the Missing Go

Narrated by: Beth Eyre, Elaine Fellows
Length: 9 hrs and 41 mins
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In Emma Rowley's emotionally gripping, unpredictable novel of psychological suspense, a mother who works at a charity helpline for missing teens receives a desperate call - from her own daughter....

The missing don't always want to be found. 

Kate Harlow recognizes this painful truth, even as she keeps searching for her daughter, Sophie, who disappeared two years ago. The police have stopped investigating - after all, Sophie has sent postcards home, insisting that she's fine. To fill the space in her increasingly empty days, Kate volunteers at Message in a Bottle, where runaways can leave messages for loved ones, no questions asked. 

Then one evening, a call comes in from a voice Kate instinctively recognizes, even through bursts of static and beyond the sudden dial tone that breaks their connection. 

Those closest to Kate worry she's cracking under her grief, imagining that it was Sophie. But Kate knows that it was her daughter on the phone - and that a stranger has been inside her house. Watching her. 

Sophie is out there. And Kate has to find her, even if someone will try anything to stop her....

©2018 Emma Rowley (P)2019 HighBridge, a division of Recorded Books

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Eerie, Atmospheric and One of the Best of 2019!

NO SPOILERS! Lately I have been in a psychological thriller rut. They are my favorite but I’ve been bored with the similar plots over and over. This was my first introduction to Emma Rowley and I must say wow, I LOVED everything about this book.

This book is really quite dark and the narrator performs it in a way that just adds to the story. I listened at night and it really got to me.

I recommend this book if you love dark psychological thrillers and truly a great mystery. This is NOT a romance novel masquerading as a thriller (thank you). I listen to easily 3 books a week and this is one of the best thrillers so far this year.

I don’t see any other books by this author but hope she writes more soon.

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