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Monday, May 27, 2019

Little Lovely Things by Maureen Joyce Connolly

Little Lovely Things


Claire is having an absolutely horrendous allergic reaction to a vaccine. She does what anyone would do. At a rest station she hesitates whether to lock the car or not and thinks it is safer otherwise, leaving two sleeping infants in the car she dashes into the room, then collapses. Comes out to the nightmare every parent hopes never to face. Both toddlers and the car  are missing.

It is the best of suspense mystery novels. Two little girls, a mad couple heavily into drugs on the other side and a couple breaking apart over guilt, misery and no news. When the littlest one's body is found, a sense of dread pervades the story and you wonder what is the fate of the older girl because unlike the parents who know who has taken them. You know the character of the beast and you are fearful where his mind (the little he has of it) will take him.

Holding on to your breath every step of the way, you are rooting for our couple, you are rooting for spunky Andrea now Colly and hope that some salvation is there around the corner. I felt for the McCann parents right then.

One of the best I've read this far.

Sent to me by Netgalley for an unbiased review, courtesy of Sourcebooks Landmark.

5 comments:

bermudaonion said...

This sounds so good! I thought I had it but I don't so it's going on my wish list.

rhapsodyinbooks said...

Sounds scary!

jenclair said...

I'm adding this one to my list. Sounds suspenseful, but I have confidence in spunky Andrea!

carol said...

Wow! Sounds like a little too much suspense for me.

Literary Feline said...

This sounds so intense! I am glad you liked it, Mystica. I will be adding it to my wish list.