This is on my list and has now been bumped up to read soonish, thanks Simon for a great review.
Gillian Flynn’s Gone Girl inspired a tidal wave of domestic thrillers. Recently, Paula Hawkin’s The Girl on the Train refined the formula. But Kimberly McCreight’s second novel obliterates the formula entirely and is its own beast. Where They Found Her is a tour-de-force of nerve-shredding tension, spiked with revelations that will leave readers aghast, and gasping.
The discovery of the body of an infant near Ridgedale’s prestigious university campus shakes the town’s citizens to their core, unearthing long-buried secrets, and scrubbing away the town’s pre-existing sheen.
Where They Found Her follows three women on very separate, but ultimately connected journeys. Molly Sanderson is a freelance reporter for The Ridgedale Reader and is still recovering from her the loss of her own baby. She’s hardly the editor’s first choice to cover the story, not only because of her past lost, but because she’s still very green – but circumstances mean Molly’s…
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