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    Two women, two stories

    The Missing Twin is a story of two women, Edie and Fatima. Each different to the other. Edie,a woman from Western Europe, working at a Mediterranean resort enjoying the sun sea and male attention. Fatima couldn’t be further from Edie, she’s a widow with twins on the refugee trail to a better life. I loved the way the chapters alternated between these two women’s stories as Fatima continues her journey to Europe and Edie who is searching for her missing twin Laura after she arrives unannounced and vanishes after one night. My heart was tugged in so many ways as I read each story. I was heartbroken for Fatima, willing her and her children to make it to Europe. As Edie’s search continued, I became more and more worried for her state of mind, she became more erratic and I do like an unreliable narrator! I really didn’t know where the story was going as it developed. The author kept me totally in the dark but the final third of the book ramped up the speed and gripped my full attention as the story climaxed. Many thanks to Killer Reads and Netgalley for my copy of “The Missing Twin”.
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    TWIN STORY AND TWIN PLOTS

    The book has alternating names one called Edie and the other Fatima. The Edie chapters deal with a frantic dangerous search for missing twin sister. Fatima chapters deal with a women who has lost everything to war. Fatima flees the country with her twin daughters and deals wwith starvation and the evil people along the way. Bothplots had my heart racing I could feel its thumping. The two stories will leave you asking many questions.
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