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Bring Her Home Paperback – July 11, 2017
An Amazon Book with Buzz: "Sweet Sorrow" by David Nicholls
"With fully fleshed-out characters, terrific dialogue, bountiful humor, and genuinely affecting scenes, this is really the full package of a rewarding, romantic read."—Booklist Learn more
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“Exciting and well-layered....David Bell is a master storyteller with a sure hand at crafting characters you feel for and stories you relish.”—Allen Eskens, USA Today bestselling author of The Life We Bury
“A tense and twisty suspense novel about the dark secrets that lie buried within a community and a father who can save his daughter only by uncovering them. Will leave parents wondering just how well they truly know their children.”—Hester Young, author of The Gates of Evangeline and The Shimmering Road
“A gripping, immersive tour-de-force full of twists and turns. Bring Her Home kept me flipping the pages late into the night. Don’t expect to sleep until you’ve finished reading this book. I could not put it down!”—A. J. Banner, bestselling author of The Good Neighbor and The Twilight Wife
“In David Bell’s riveting Bring Her Home, the unthinkable is only the beginning. From there, the story races through stunning twists all the way to its revelation, without letting its heart fall away in the action. Intense, emotional, and deeply satisfying. This one will keep you up late into the night. Don't miss it!”—Jamie Mason, author of Three Graves Full and Monday’s Lie
“Spellbinding and pulse-raising, Bring Her Home hooked me from the first sentence and surprised me until the final pages. Sharply written and richly observed, this book is about the secrets we keep, the mysteries that keep us, and the lengths a father will go to for the daughter he loves. David Bell is a masterful storyteller who has perfected the art of suspense in Bring Her Home.”—Sarah Domet, author of The Guineveres
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“[Bell is] a bang-up storyteller, armed with enough detours and surprises to keep the pages turning.”—The Cleveland Plain Dealer
“[A] twisty, realistic thriller.”—Houston Chronicle
“Bell is a brilliant craftsman as well as storyteller.”—The Providence Journal
“A natural storyteller and a superb writer.”—#1 New York Times bestselling author Nelson DeMille
“One of the brightest and best crime fiction writers of our time.”—Suspense Magazine
“David Bell writes spellbinding and gripping thrillers that get under your skin and refuse to let go.”—New York Times bestselling author Linwood Barclay
“A master.”—New York Times bestselling author John Lescroart
“The best crime novels combine a breakneck thriller plot with a piercing examination of family relationships. The Forgotten Girl hits this standard and then some.”—New York Times bestselling author Jeffery Deaver
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Review First of all I would like to thank Berkley and Goodreads for winning the ARE (Advanced Reading Edition) of "BRING HER HOME" by David Bell for my honest review. The genres for this book are Mystery and Thriller.
I like David Bell's intriguing and captivating ways of writing a story. The author's descriptions where the story takes place are easy to visualize. I can see the kitchen in the house, the various rooms, the woods, and the neighborhood. The timeline of the story is in the present.
The author describes the characters as complex and complicated. Some characters seem to be suspicious. Bill Price lost his wife a year and a half ago, and now his daughter Summer is missing. Two young girls have been found. One is badly beaten up, and the other is dead. At first Bill stays by the bed where is daughter Summer is fighting for her life. She is beaten beyond recognition. My first thoughts are could this really be Samantha? What happened? What is the motivation and why?
Be warned. There are many twists and turns in this book. What seems to be may not be. The suspense in this book is a killer!! When I came to some conclusions, I was proven wrong. This is a book full of surprises and secrets. I would highly recommend this book that keeps you guessing until the end. Happy Reading.
Bill takes up a vigil at Summer's bedside, hoping she'll wake up and tell them what kind of monster did this to her. As time passes, however, Bill ends up with more questions than answers.
There are a couple of surprise twists in this one that I certainly didn't see coming. The suspense was good and the story kept me guessing as to the who and why until pretty close to the end. The writing style was simple and easy to follow, the story told in a way that held your interest and made you want to know more. I really liked Bill. I tried to put myself in his shoes and imagine what I would say and do in similar circumstances. I can't begin to imagine what he must have been going through. The author did an excellent job conveying Bill's feelings and emotions at such a difficult time. I also really like Bill's sister, Paige, in a supporting role, looking out for her brother, the only voice of reason in his head right now. Also, Detective Hawkins, whom I pictured as a kind of gentle giant, tough, intelligent, but able to sympathize with Bill, even when he proved difficult.
Its hard to review a book like this without giving anything awasy. There are things I find myself wanting to mention, hoping to persuade you to try the book. Since I can't, I'll just say read the blurb, keep an open mind, and dig in!
At times I wanted to beg the father to just back off before he ends up dead himself, but he didn't and doesn't. Other than sometimes feeling frustrated with the characters, I enjoyed the novel. The characters aren't really portrayed as stupid, just more rash than expected. This probably isn't as unrealistic as I might make it sound. Anyway, the story kept my interest and is a fairly fast read.
Top international reviews
Two girls go missing and are found 2 days later, one is dead and the other is very badly beaten and barely alive and we focus on Bill who's daughter is taken to the hospital nearly unrecognisable.
Bill is the main character and I understand that he is grieving as he has recently lost his wife too but I found him quite unlikeable. He seemed to lose his temper all the time and I felt it dragged out the story and made it seem slow.
I was eager to find out what had really happened and found the story did pick up for me after this.
Not bad but not quite as good as I thought it would be.