Wednesday, July 11, 2018

Somebody's Daughter by David Bell

A nine-year-old is missing.  

Did she run away or was she kidnapped.  

Kidnapped is the consensus.

The suspect could be anyone - a single person or a team.

The drama begins with the ring of the doorbell.

Angela and Michael didn’t expect to see his ex-wife, Erica, on their front porch. What Erica  had to tell Michael was a shock.

Erica’s daughter is the nine-year-old missing, and she wanted Michael to help her.  The reason she wanted Michael to help was an even bigger shock.

We follow the investigation as it gets thicker by the minute and brings in a similar case that might be connected.

The characters all seemed to be guilty, and they all seemed to have secrets with Angela being the only one who had no clue about anything going on. 

SOMEBODY’S DAUGHTER is filled with Mr. Bell’s signature tension and suspense.  His hints and hanging situations at the end of each chapter were strong enough to make you not want to stop reading.

And....I couldn't stop reading as the characters and the search became more complex, more intriguing, and had me scratching my head.

BRAVO, Mr. Bell.

Another suspenseful story line with an ending to ponder and to discuss. 5/5

I received an advanced copy
from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.    All opinions are my own.


  1. This sounds like a page turner. I can tell you loved it!

    1. His books are always good.

      Thanks for commenting, Kathy.

  2. Replies
    1. Thank you about my review.

      He always writes a good mystery.

      Thanks for commenting, Book of Secrets.

  3. Third blog for today carrying this story! sounds impressive.

    1. It was very good...great mystery.

      Thanks for commenting, Mystica.