Turn off your phone and place the do not disturb sign on your door!
Lisa Gardner has created Frankie Elkin, a deeply flawed character, an addict who is struggling to be useful and self-aware. She is tragic, yet still so easy to love. How can you not empathize with someone so honest in their quest to stay sober with an unassailable hope of saving others from heartbreak?
This novel is a steady-paced adventure as Frankie shakes things up in a tight-lipped Boston community, re-igniting interest in a case about a missing teen that has gone cold. She had my full attention from page one. Well done . . . I’ll be adding more titles by this author to my reading list.
I’d like to thank the author, NetGalley, and Dutton for allowing me to read a copy of Before She Disappeared for an honest review. 4 stars.