Rachel Holloway is working for a small newspaper that is about to close its doors unless it can attract more paid advertisers. A staff member comes up with the idea to air a serial podcast to increase readership. The subject of the podcast will be a local crime that happened fifteen years ago. Three members of the Forster family, the husband, wife, and a teenage daughter were brutally murdered in their home, and the presumed murderer committed suicide. A fourth member of the Forster family, nine year old Molly, was never found.
Now, the newspaper Rachael works for has started airing a serial podcast titled "Missing Molly", focusing on finding the little girl that disappeared 15 years before. So why is Rachael doing everything within her power to sabotage the podcast? "<i>That’s the thing, when you’ve gone through what I have. You learn to become someone else, and you learn to convince anyone and everyone of that lie. It’s what you have to do when you’re me. Because I am Molly Forster.</I> So ends chapter 1.
This is the fourth Natalie Barelli book I've read. I absolutely loved her first book, "Until I Met Her". While this is my least favorite so far, I admit I am an unabashed fan. Nobody sucks the reader in quicker than Barelli.
I'm giving this book 3.5 stars....and waiting impatiently for the next Natalie Barelli book to come out.