Missing Molly Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
Everyone has secrets, and Rachel Holloway is no exception. She’s worked hard to keep the past where it belongs: dead and buried. And so far, she’s been very successful. But now the small newspaper where she works wants to produce a podcast on a cold case: the disappearance 12 years ago of young Molly Forster.
Some secrets should never see the light of day, and, as far as Rachel is concerned, whatever happened to little Molly is one of them. Rachel has a life now - a boyfriend she loves and a three-year-old daughter she adores - and she will do anything to protect them. But to do that, no one can ever know that she is Molly Forster.
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|Listening Length||7 hours and 56 minutes|
|Whispersync for Voice||Ready|
|Audible.com Release Date||January 29, 2019|
|Publisher||Dreamscape Media, LLC|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #2,518 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
#39 in Psychological Fiction (Audible Books & Originals)
#117 in Psychological Thrillers (Audible Books & Originals)
#269 in Suspense (Audible Books & Originals)
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This book was that good. It captures your attention from the beginning. I kept trying to stay awake and read til my eyes wouldn't keep open many nights. I woke up this morning, still not very awake, fed the cat and decided I needed to finish the last 17 pages. I was not disappointed and was very awake as I finished the book. My only disappointment was that it was done.
I am going to go check out what else this author has written. I would love to read more about Molly's life that would continue from the end of this book. I hope the author gets wind of that and thinks about a sequel!
Now, the newspaper Rachael works for has started airing a serial podcast titled "Missing Molly", focusing on finding the little girl that disappeared 15 years before. So why is Rachael doing everything within her power to sabotage the podcast? "<i>That’s the thing, when you’ve gone through what I have. You learn to become someone else, and you learn to convince anyone and everyone of that lie. It’s what you have to do when you’re me. Because I am Molly Forster.</I> So ends chapter 1.
This is the fourth Natalie Barelli book I've read. I absolutely loved her first book, "Until I Met Her". While this is my least favorite so far, I admit I am an unabashed fan. Nobody sucks the reader in quicker than Barelli.
I'm giving this book 3.5 stars....and waiting impatiently for the next Natalie Barelli book to come out.
Rachel is a bookkeeper/Admin at a small local newspaper. The day she gets back from vacation with her boyfriend Matt and their 3 year old daughter Gracie, she finds out that the paper is in trouble and is on the verge of closing down. That is unless the new guy they hired, Jacob, can help turn things around with a podcast he wants to do. The podcast is called Finding Molly. 12 years ago, 12 year old Molly Forester’s mother, father and 16 year old sister were killed. Molly was able to escape and had not been found. Most believe she is dead as well. A suspect, Dennis , was caught but killed himself before he could go to trial so the cased was closed. So this podcast is to try and trace her steps and hopefully find Molly. But Rachel does not want Molly to be found. Why? Because she is Molly Forester. She knows that if people find out who she really is then her life and the life of Matt and her daughter are in danger, because Rachel/Molly know who really killed her family.
I did enjoy the story. Right off the bat we know who Molly is and early in the book we know who killed her family. At first Rachel tries to stop the podcast. But when her attempts fail, she tries to steer it in the direction of questioning whether or not Dennis was the real killer and finding out who was. The first half of the book was not edge of my seat tension. I enjoyed it, but did have moments when it seemed to drag. By the second half of the book the tension started building and I even started questioning if Rachel really was Molly. Unfortunately for me, the very ending did not live up to the tension that had been building. It was good, but almost felt forced, like it just had to wrap up.
This is my fourth book by Natalie Barelli and I do look forward to reading The Accident.
I also had a prob. with keeping characters straight, too many of them and none very distinctive from the rest. It was a disappointment. I don't recommend.
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Riveting and beautifully crafted the journey through the book was tense and exciting.... I felt compelled to be there throughout - not to miss anything .... always confident I was on top of everything and that I knew the next turn the journey would take...wrong!! I wasn't thrilled by the idea of this book and didn't really think I'd enjoy it - but I loved it... knowing as I do that in life sometimes even when we tell the truth there are those with the power to make it a lie!!
The story of murder, longing for relief are apt within this brilliantly written story, I completely recommend it to folk who get enthralled, and well into the characters....of this author's books