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    Mystery, betrayal of the worst kind.

    Thanks to NetGalley and J.G. Roberts for allowing me to read the ARC. This is my honest opinion. Great read. Lots of twists and turns to keep you hooked. A fast read that keeps your interest and your mind guessing. A little five year old girl disappears while her mom sleeps under the effects of a natural herbal sleeping aid given her by her best friend since childhood. DCI Rachel Hart has the haunting job of finding Cassie Bailey before it's too late. For Rachel it's especially hard as she and her twin sister were taken as little children. Cassie's parents are devastated her mother is on the edge of a breakdown from the stress of a marriage that has serious troubles and now a missing five year old daughter. Figuring out who is telling the truth and who is the liar keeps DCI Hart in a state of frustration. As days go by the fear grows it could already be too late for Cassie. Someone is telling lies and Hart is going to find out who.
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    A terrific start to a new series.

    Naomi Bailey reluctantly took a natural sleep remedy for sleep after dealing with weeks of stress and sleeplessness. The very next morning, her five-years-old Cassie turns up missing. She is wracked with guilt. She recently split from her husband Charlie, despite the fact that they had a very strong marriage. This was due to a sensitive and heartbreaking incident that Naomi just cannot get past. Charlie is as devastated by Cassie's disappearance at Naomi and insists on coming home while the police search for her. I felt so much for them, for their plight. I not only hoped for Cassie to be found safe, but also for their marriage to find ground again. Rachel Hart is the DCI on the case. This case is close to her heart, because when she was a child both she and her sister were abducted. So, quite naturally, Rachel puts her all into this case. Rachel wisely considers several people as suspects with regards to Cassie. It doesn't take Rachel long to see that things with Naomi and Charlie are quite tentative. What a fast-paced book that kept me on my toes! I could not put this book down. I was surprised at some of the twists this book took. Furthermore, although discovering who took Charlie became easy to see, the motivation behind it wasn't. That made the book that much more engaging. Little Girl Missing is the first book I have read by J.G. Roberts and is the first book in the DCI Rachel Hart series. Rachel Hart is a no-nonsense detective who leaves no stone unturned. Her past experience is touched on in this book, and we meet her sister. I look forward to continuing with this series. Many thanks to Bookouture and to NetGalley for this ARC to review in exchange for my honest opinion.
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    Great read

    This is a new series featuring DCI Rachel Hart about whom we get tantalizing snippets about a childhood trauma. The story is about a little girl who disappears from her home sometime during the night or early morning while the mother is asleep. The parents are separated due to accusations of cheating which ends up being one long involved story. The characters are for some reason someone you don’t get too attached to and that unfortunately is all the characters. The story is fairly fast paced and easy to pick up from where you leave off. I will recommend this book and believe the series and characters will get better as time goes by. Thanks to NetGalley and Bookouture for the ARC in exchange for my unbiased review.
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