Don't Look for Me
by Walker, Wendy

The daughter of a woman who allegedly went missing by choice visits the small town where her mother was last seen to investigate unsettling witness accounts.

WENDY WALKER is the author of the psychological suspense novels All is Not Forgotten, Emma In The Night, The Night Before, and Don't Look For Me. Her novels have been translated into 23 foreign languages and have topped bestseller lists both nationally and abroad. They have been featured on The Today Show, The Reese Witherspoon Book Club, and The Book of the Month Club and have been optioned for television and film. Prior to her writing career, Wendy practiced both corporate and family law, having earned her J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center and her undergraduate degree from Brown University. Wendy also worked as a financial analyst at Goldman, Sachs & Co. Wendy is currently finishing her next thriller and managing a busy household in Connecticut.

Walker's latest twisty thriller (after The Night Before, 2019) chronicles a woman's abduction left uninvestigated under the assumption she has done a "walk-away" from a shattered life. On the way home from driving into the countryside to watch her son play football, Molly Clarke runs out of gas and makes the mistake of accepting a ride from a man in a pickup truck. When she is reported missing by her family and the police find a note asking them to just let her go, they do, believing her desperate to escape the never-ending nightmare she has lived since her youngest child died. No one imagines her fate, held captive by a truly warped man in need of companionship for the girl he also holds prisoner. Although the narrative moves along at a steady clip, the reader must endure the 18 days of Molly's torment along with her. For thriller fans willing to ignore the occasional moments of improbability. Copyright 2020 Booklist Reviews.

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