Missing Molly

Missing Molly

by Natalie Barelli

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BN ID: 2940155432388
Publisher: The Last Word
Publication date: 01/05/2018
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 9,251
File size: 398 KB

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Missing Molly 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous 5 months ago
Couldn’t stop reading it.
Anonymous 10 months ago
This is a great mystery novel. You will lose sleep because once you start it it's very hard to stop. I highly recommend it.
Anonymous 11 months ago
Thiis is a fast page turner that keeps you guessing until the end. Just as entertaining as all the bestselling thrillers. The premise of her workplace starting a podcast about her life (maybe) was very clever. I look forward to reading more from this author.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I thought that was great. Very well written, great story. Highly recommended.
SchizanthusNerd More than 1 year ago
* Trigger warnings include sexual assault and domestic violence * Rachel Holloway works for a small struggling newspaper, the South Hackney Herald, and to try to generate some much needed interest and advertising dollars the team decide to embark upon a new venture - podcasting. They’re going to find Molly Forster, whose parents and older sister were murdered fifteen year ago when she was a child. Molly has been missing ever since. The problem is that Rachel Holloway is Molly Forster and there’s a good reason why she doesn’t want to be found. While I was definitely interested in knowing what came next and I enjoyed the slow reveal of the information discovered during the investigation and its impact on the various characters, I don’t imagine it’s going to be one of those books that lingers in my mind, with me thinking about the characters weeks later. I didn’t particularly love or hate any of the characters and unfortunately I didn’t emotionally connect to any of them. I was entertained and I liked the guessing game of whether Rachel really was Molly or if in fact she was psychotic, although I found myself searching for red herrings that I never found and didn’t get caught up in unexpected twists and turns like I’d hoped. I received a copy of this book from NetGalley (thank you so much to NetGalley, The Last Bureau and Pikko’s House for the opportunity) in exchange for honest feedback.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Missing Molly – Natalie Barelli Rachel Holloway is living an idyllic life in England – she has a beautiful daughter, Grace, and a sweet man by her side that she hopes to one day marry. She is employed as a book keeper for a small newspaper and seems very content with her life. But, Rachel has a secret. She once was known as Molly Forester, before a monster came and killed her entire family, with her barely escaping the killer’s clutches. Alone, and afraid for her safety, she took to the streets and learned the tricks of survival. And she learned how to gain a new identity. Now, the newspaper is in dire straits financially, and the small group of employees seek to find a way to regain notoriety, and to save their fledgling newspaper. To Rachel’s horror, her colleagues decide to create a podcast based on Molly Forrester and the fact that she remains missing after the slaughter of her family. Rachel attempts to dissuade her colleagues, but to no avail. As the podcast progresses, Rachel/Molly once again finds her life in upheaval as old wounds are re-opened and new details emerge. Her old nemesis returns, she suffers a breakdown. and once again finds herself in the fight for her life...and the life of her daughter. I was pleasantly surprised by this book, and found it hard to put down. As the story progresses, you catch glimpses into the past and learn what really happened to Molly and her family all those years ago. I would highly recommend for those looking for a cozy afternoon read, and I will definitely seek out other novels by this author!