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Where the Missing Go

Emma Rowley

3 Reviews

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Crime & mystery, Thriller / suspense

The gripping, twisty psychological thriller about a mother working at a Missing Persons helpline who receives a desperate phone call from her own daughter, who's been missing for two years - for fans of THEN SHE WAS GONE by Lisa Jewell, I AM WATCHING YOU by Teresa Driscoll, and THE CHILD by Fiona Barton.

My name is Kate.

I volunteer at a Missing Persons helpline - young people who have run away from home call me and I pass on messages to their loved ones, no questions asked.

I don't get many phone calls, and those I do are usually short and vague, or pranks.

But this evening a girl named Sophie called.

I'm supposed to contact her parents to let them know their child is safe.

The problem is, Sophie isn't safe.

And Sophie is my daughter.

If you like Clare Mackintosh, Katie Marsh, Kerry Fisher, Jenny Blackhurst, Rachel Abbott or Lisa Jewell then you will be utterly gripped by this psychological thriller with a massive twist you won't see coming.

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Praise for Where the Missing Go

  • A taut, twisty and tension-packed thriller about the depths of obsession and the strength of love - CARA HUNTER, no.1 bestselling author of CLOSE TO HOME

  • Emma Rowley has created a nightmare scenario which is all too plausible - a tense, twisty tale that will grip you until the last page - RACHEL ABBOTT, no.1 bestselling author of THE SIXTH WINDOW

  • A deliciously dark and emotive debut with an extremely powerful ending and superb characterisation. I thoroughly relished its trickery and drip-fed menace - MEL SHERRATT, bestselling author of TAUNTING THE DEAD and BEHIND A CLOSED DOOR

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Emma Rowley

Emma Rowley is an writer and editor, who has written for the Daily Mail, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph, and many other titles. After reading Classics and English at Oxford University, she trained as a journalist on the prestigious City University course. Emma has spent considerable time in the courts and covering major crime stories. She grew up in Cheshire and now lives in south London.