Somebody’s Daughter by David Bell @DavidBellNovels @BerkleyPub #BookReview #SomebodysDaughter

Happy Sunday book lovers!

Thrilled to share with you my review of this fabulous thriller!💛💜

Stay Hidden

Somebody’s Daughter by David Bell

My Thoughts

4 Somebody’s Missing Stars 🌟🌟🌟🌟

This book pulled me in from the very first chapter and did not let go until the very end… The book is told From alternating points of view… with very short chapters that all have a bit of a cliffhanger at the end… this made this book a very quick and suspense filled read…

One quiet night at home Michael answers the door to find Erica… and his life is changed forever…. Erica‘s daughter Felicity is missing… and the kicker Felicity is also Michael’s daughter, something he is just now finding out… told from the perspective of Michael, his new wife Angela, and a police detective….

Angela was by far the most relatable character to me…. you could just put yourself in her shoes… a loving wife desperate to have a child of her own, who just found out her husband has a child with another woman, and the child is missing…. now those are some tangled emotions to sort through! And if that’s not enough Angela begins to find out more and more family secrets and deceptions… I really feel as though her story was the strength of this book… The perspective of the police detective added some information we might not otherwise no and Michael…. i’m still slightly puzzled by him and quite a few of his actions, but no judgment…

This was a fast paced enjoyable thriller and I had no idea who was guilty until the end… where this book was slightly lacking is the emotional connection between the reader and the child’s parents… I found Erica terribly unsympathetic and Michael just irritated me for some reason… I recently just finished Three Days Missing… another book involving a missing child and the main difference between these books is the emotional connection with the characters as well as a sense of urgency…. yes this book made me turn those pages quickly because I wanted to know what was going to happen next, but TDM made me feel every emotion that mother was going through and I was on pins and needles The entire read…. hate to compare, but because I read these books so close together the difference was noticeable… both books were filled with suspense and kept me guessing until the very end, one was just a little more emotional…

Definitely recommend this to fans of a good suspense filled psychological thriller…

*** many thanks to Berkley for my copy of this book ***

About the Book

When Michael Frazier’s ex-wife, Erica, shows up on his doorstep pleading for help, she drops a bombshell that threatens to rip his family apart: Erica’s nine-year-old daughter is missing–and Michael is the father. Unable to quickly determine if Erica is telling the truth, and unwilling to leave the little girl’s fate to chance, Michael has no choice but to follow the elusive trail of the child he has always wanted and never knew he had.

But finding Felicity comes at a price–the closer Michael gets to the truth, the further into jeopardy his marriage falls and the faster his family begins to unravel. As lies that span a decade bubble to the surface and the window for Felicity’s safe return closes, Michael will have just a few short days to decide who can be trusted and who is hiding the truth.

Have a beautiful day! Berit☀️✨

5 thoughts on “Somebody’s Daughter by David Bell @DavidBellNovels @BerkleyPub #BookReview #SomebodysDaughter

  1. I was just reading a book where the father doesn’t – didn’t – know he had a daughter until the just before he died. the kid was poor, her mother passed away, and to avoid going to the system, she started working at night and attending school during the day. but before the mother died she sent a letter to the father, who before dying, left half his fortune to his daughter, and only a small portion to his infertile wife. well i was just going to write one sentence about why your review reminded me of the book.

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