Tuesday, May 10, 2022

My Wife Is Missing by D. J. Palmer

Natalie always wanted to take her children to New York City to see the sights and sounds of the Big Apple.

Since that was her plan, why did she leave not even two hours after arriving and without her husband?

The chapters alternate between Natalie and Michael telling of their lives before Natalie left and present day.

We follow Natalie as she runs, and we follow Michael as he searches for her.

Her husband wasn’t alone in his search, though.  He actually had a New York City Policeman helping him which gave him pause as to why he would leave his jurisdiction and follow Michael around the country in search of his wife when the policeman didn't want anything to do with him in New York when he reported his wife was missing.

Secrets come out but, you just know everything isn’t being told.
 
That is why Mr. Palmer’s storytelling talent keeps you glued to the pages.

Thriller fans and fans of Mr. Palmer will again be treated to another of his clever, tense, difficult-to-put-down reads.  4/5

This book was given to me by the publisher for an honest review.

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