All the Missing Girls
By: Megan Miranda
Simon & Schuster, June 2016
A terrific hairpin ride of a story. Miranda’s latest and greatest psychological thriller will force you down dark trails you don’t want to explore. A reverse told story about two missing women taken a decade apart.
Prep school counselor Nicolette Farrell (Nic) returns home ten years after leaving in the wake of her missing best friend Corinne. Nic is called home to care for her sick father and she once again faces the terrorizing ghosts of her past with the disappearance of another girl who happens to be the girl fiend of her former flame Tyler, and is afraid of what the future holds.
One of the most interesting things about this story is it is told over the course of 15 days only in reverse order. It is complex in plot and haunting to the bones. The characters are well developed and the setting is great.
You can bet I’ll be looking for more Megan Miranda books in the future. Satisfying, and page turning.