I was delighted to read this review of Daughter, Disappeared 😊
Today on the blog one of my guest reviewers Rebecca Hislop reviews Daughter Disappeared by Fiona Macbain. Over to Rebecca.
This book was described as an ‘emotional roller coaster’ and that’s exactly what it was. I was given the book as a gift and what a great gift it turned out to be, I must say when I started reading it I was absolutely hooked from the first page.
The story begins in 2013 when Jane finds a note from her daughter stating that she has gone to Tunisia to try and meet her dad and to discover what happened to her aunt. Jane is utterly shocked at this turn of events and she is consumed by fear and dread for Anna’s safety.
Events then switch back to 1994 when Jane has first arrived in Tunisia with the hope of finding her sister Crystal who had married a Tunisian Hotel…
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