Electric and atmospheric, Don’t Look For Me is so much more than a cleverly-plotted, beautifully-written novel. This gorgeously layered thriller is riveting, haunting and emotional, following a family broken by tragedy and asking if redemption is ever an option when the unthinkable has happened, or if walking away is really the best option.
This is the dilemma Molly debates at the opening of the novel:
‘Just put one foot in front of the other’ or ‘walk away. You can leave all of this behind.’
Her family are still recovering from the tragic death of one of their own when Molly goes missing. Would Molly put them through the loss again? What really happened to Molly?
A chilling and twisty delight I highly recommend!