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    Good read!

    This was an engaging read. Nicely written for a debut novel. Interesting handling of a very disturbing topic.
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    Love it

    Very gripping. Not at all what i expected when i read the first chapteR. The relationdhips made you think about how they are all connected.
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    Dark & Gritty

    Here we have a story of two disappearances that happen a generation apart. Lucy Dane is a high school student in the Ozarks whose friend has gone missing. Coincidentally, Lucy's mother disappeared when Lucy was a baby. When Lucy decides to try to find out what happened to her friend, she stumbles on something much darker and more disturbing than just the one disappearance. Interspersed with Lucy's search is the story of her mother, how she came to be in the Ozarks and what happened to her there. This is a dark, gritty, disturbing read that I really enjoyed. It has a wonderful sense of place, both the setting and the characters are wonderfully drawn. It isn't much of a whodunnit - it's more of a how-and-why-dunnit. I look forward to reading Laura McHugh's next book soon. Thanks to Netgalley and Random House for providing a copy for an unbiased review.
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    The Weight Of Blood

    Very good mystery :-)
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    The weight of blood

    I so enjoyed this book :-)
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