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No One Will Miss Her: A Novel Hardcover – October 12, 2021
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"A clever and surprising psychological thriller...The superb character-driven plot delivers an astonishing, believable jolt." -- Publishers Weekly (starred review)
"A story that will completely throw you for a loop just when you think you know what’s going on, No One Will Miss Her is an expertly written book with characters you’ll find so interesting and a plot that is equally intriguing." -- Seattle Book Review
"..both amusingly satirical and darkly bloody." -- Washington Post
- Publisher : William Morrow (October 12, 2021)
- Language : English
- Hardcover : 304 pages
- ISBN-10 : 0063057018
- ISBN-13 : 978-0063057012
- Item Weight : 1.04 pounds
- Dimensions : 6 x 1.01 x 9 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #2,488 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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This is a fast paced thriller that will have you on the edge in quite a few places. Told from different povs it tells the story of a young woman, a wife, who was brutally murdered. The only way she is identified is priceless yet cruel too. Shame on them. I truly liked Lizzie. All the way through this book I rooted for her. Even though she was murdered I still rooted for her. She was the junkyard trash. The girl that was bullied for no other reason than they had no one else to pick on. No one else to hate. She grew up in a junkyard. Her dad, Earl, loved her dearly. Her mother died when she was quite young. She was in my opinion a lovely girl. A very resilient young woman who did nothing except be born and raised in a junkyard.
This story is told from Lizzie's POV after she is shot in the face. She says straight up that she won't lie and she doesn't. She's a very honest person. A caring person. One who loves animals and who loved her husband, Dwayne,..at least she tried too. He I didn't like. He was the reason that the people in this town were so mean to Lizzie, most of the time anyway. They said she ruined his life. I say she would have been the best thing to ever happen to him. She was very smart and could get things done. She didn't care what others thought of her. But she did want a life. A family. A home. I felt sorry for her. She deserved so much better than this town.
There is the rich woman, Adrienne, who comes to stay in Lizzie's cabin along with her husband. This story is told from her pov also. She lives in The City. She visits the lake for a month and gets to know Lizzie. They become somewhat friends. But Adrienne is also a snob. A society woman who thinks she is so much better than everyone else. She has no worries.
This story is told in a way that you won't see the twist coming until it hits you between the eyes. Then you get another one. I was stunned. Totally thrown for a loop. I didn't even go there. I was shocked. I was happy that I didn't figure out why or who or what. That kept me wanting more. This book is very well written. You feel the things that happen. From the blast of the gun to the spatter of blood. From the hostility of the town to the fear that Adrienne feels. You get to know each person well. You will like very few. I only actually liked two, Lizzie and her dad. The rest were not people I would want to associate with at all. It made this story better though. The meanness of the people in this town made this what it was.
Thank you #NetGalley, #KatRosenfielf, #WilliamMorrow for this ARC. This is my own true feelings about this book.
5/5 stars. It's great. Edge of your seat thrills with twists that will leave you breathless until the very last page.
Adrienne was everything that Lizzie was not. The wife of a disgraced billionaire, she was self-assured and demanding but like Lizzie, she was also lonely. She called on Lizzie for extra services during her stay and in return she provided her with her cast off designer clothes. Lizzie’s association with Adrienne also gave her more confidence. As she grew closer to Adrienne she had dreams of what she could have had and envied Adrienne, but you should be careful of what you wish for. Now Lizzie lies dead and Dwayne is missing. Detective Ian Bird is responsible for the case and his investigation takes him from Copper Falls to Boston, where he looks into Adrienne and Lizzie’s relationship.
Kat Rosenfield’s story lulls you into a belief that you have figure the solution to Lizzie’s murder, but nothing is as it seems. There are some wild twists to this psychological thriller that are jaw-dropping. This story has all of the elements that a mystery lover looks for and comes highly recommended. I would like to thank NetGalley and William Morrow/Custom House for providing this book for my review.
Adrienne Richards is hated for being rich, being beautiful, and being the wife of a man who got away with stealing millions from people. Adrienne rents out Lizzie's lakehouse to get away from all the people in the city and the media.
Adrienne and Lizzie develop an usual relationship, which cumulates into three dead bodies and an arson. Bird tries to piece the connections together to solve the mystery of the dead bodies.
The idea of the story was interesting but flawed. The twist was easy to figure out early into the story. Bird was a lousy detective who missed obvious clues and didn't really do a lot of investigating. His side investigation mentioned in the story contributed nothing to the story and I am not sure why it was even mentioned.
I thought it was a quick read but I wasn't impressed with the characters or the plot holes. I think the plot could be tidied up with further editing because there was an obvious problem with things that should have been uncovered in the autopsy and yet they went unnoticed. If not for those it holes, I would have given it 4 stars instead of the 3 stars I have rated it.
Thanks to Netgalley, William Morrow and the Scene of the Crime Early Reads for the advanced copy of the book. The opinions are my own.