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A smart, witty, crackling novel of psychological suspense in which a girl from a hardscrabble small town meets a gorgeous Instagram influencer from the big city, with a murderous twist that will shock even the most savvy reader. On a beautiful October morning in rural Maine, a homicide investigator from the state police pulls into the hard-luck town of Copper Falls. The loc A smart, witty, crackling novel of psychological suspense in which a girl from a hardscrabble small town meets a gorgeous Instagram influencer from the big city, with a murderous twist that will shock even the most savvy reader. On a beautiful October morning in rural Maine, a homicide investigator from the state police pulls into the hard-luck town of Copper Falls. The local junkyard is burning, and the town pariah Lizzie Oullette is dead—with her husband, Dwayne, nowhere to be found. As scandal ripples through the community, Detective Ian Bird’s inquiries unexpectedly lead him away from small-town Maine to a swank city townhouse several hours south. Adrienne Richards, blonde and fabulous social media influencer and wife of a disgraced billionaire, had been renting Lizzie’s tiny lake house as a country getaway…even though Copper Falls is anything but a resort town. As Adrienne’s connection to the case becomes clear, so too does her connection to Lizzie, who narrates their story from beyond the grave. Each woman is desperately lonely in her own way, and they navigate a relationship that cuts across class boundaries: transactional, complicated, and, finally, deadly. A Gone Girl for the gig economy, this is a story of privilege, identity, and cunning, as two devious women from opposite worlds discover the dangers of coveting someone else’s life.


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A smart, witty, crackling novel of psychological suspense in which a girl from a hardscrabble small town meets a gorgeous Instagram influencer from the big city, with a murderous twist that will shock even the most savvy reader. On a beautiful October morning in rural Maine, a homicide investigator from the state police pulls into the hard-luck town of Copper Falls. The loc A smart, witty, crackling novel of psychological suspense in which a girl from a hardscrabble small town meets a gorgeous Instagram influencer from the big city, with a murderous twist that will shock even the most savvy reader. On a beautiful October morning in rural Maine, a homicide investigator from the state police pulls into the hard-luck town of Copper Falls. The local junkyard is burning, and the town pariah Lizzie Oullette is dead—with her husband, Dwayne, nowhere to be found. As scandal ripples through the community, Detective Ian Bird’s inquiries unexpectedly lead him away from small-town Maine to a swank city townhouse several hours south. Adrienne Richards, blonde and fabulous social media influencer and wife of a disgraced billionaire, had been renting Lizzie’s tiny lake house as a country getaway…even though Copper Falls is anything but a resort town. As Adrienne’s connection to the case becomes clear, so too does her connection to Lizzie, who narrates their story from beyond the grave. Each woman is desperately lonely in her own way, and they navigate a relationship that cuts across class boundaries: transactional, complicated, and, finally, deadly. A Gone Girl for the gig economy, this is a story of privilege, identity, and cunning, as two devious women from opposite worlds discover the dangers of coveting someone else’s life.

30 review for No One Will Miss Her

  1. 4 out of 5

    Michael David

    HAPPY PUBLICATION DAY! A near-perfect thriller with an amazing twist that blew me away! Detective Ian Bird finds himself in rural Maine, in the rundown town of Copper Falls. A junkyard is on fire, and a local woman named Lizzie Oullette is found brutally murdered nearby in the lake house that she rents out during the summer. Lizzie has never been liked by the residents of Copper Falls, even though she has been there all of her poor and rough life. They also don’t understand why “town hero” Dwayne w HAPPY PUBLICATION DAY! A near-perfect thriller with an amazing twist that blew me away! Detective Ian Bird finds himself in rural Maine, in the rundown town of Copper Falls. A junkyard is on fire, and a local woman named Lizzie Oullette is found brutally murdered nearby in the lake house that she rents out during the summer. Lizzie has never been liked by the residents of Copper Falls, even though she has been there all of her poor and rough life. They also don’t understand why “town hero” Dwayne would’ve married her. Now, Dwayne is unaccounted for, and Detective Bird really wants to find him to get some answers. Adrienne Richards is a social media influencer who lives the life of luxury (and scandal) almost 200 miles away. How did she end up crossing paths with Lizzie? How might she be involved in the swirl of Copper Falls? You’ll need to read it to find out, and I’d advise skipping the official synopsis. Before I get into why I loved this book, I do need to give a trigger warning: a scene of graphic animal harm that was not easy to read. If you want to skip/skim that scene, the Kindle App locations are 745-811. Aside from that, this is riveting, atmospheric, and gritty...and there is is a MAJOR moment of bamboozlement after a twist that literally made me gasp, scratch my head, and then re-read almost everything I had already read up until that point. It’s a doozy! The brilliant and scenic writing, and getting into the psych of the many interesting characters, make this an unputdownable thriller that I flew through. It’s dark and violent at times, but I couldn’t wait to see what would happen next. 4.5 stars rounded up Thank you to William Morrow and NetGalley for an ARC in exchange for an honest review. This will be available: 10/12/21. Review also posted at: https://bonkersforthebooks.wordpress.com

  2. 5 out of 5

    Debra

    4.5 stars "When I'm gone, when I'm gone You're gonna miss me when I'm gone You're gonna miss me by my hair You're gonna miss me everywhere, oh You're gonna miss me when I'm gone"b -Cups (When I’m gone) Or NOT!!! Lizzie Oullette was trailer trash. They all said it. She grew up with her father in a trailer on the site of the junkyard her father owned. An outcast and labeled a whore when she got pregnant by Dwayne, the high school hero who is college bound until her marries her and his life takes a dr 4.5 stars "When I'm gone, when I'm gone You're gonna miss me when I'm gone You're gonna miss me by my hair You're gonna miss me everywhere, oh You're gonna miss me when I'm gone"b -Cups (When I’m gone) Or NOT!!! Lizzie Oullette was trailer trash. They all said it. She grew up with her father in a trailer on the site of the junkyard her father owned. An outcast and labeled a whore when she got pregnant by Dwayne, the high school hero who is college bound until her marries her and his life takes a drastic turn. Copper Falls like all small towns remember and once you are labeled, you can never truly change the opinion of your neighbors. You certainly can't change their opinion when you rent to wealthy outsiders, Adrienne Richards, and her disgraced billionaire husband Ethan. Then one day in October, in rural Maine, Detective Ian Bird is called to the scene after the junkyard burns to the ground and Lizzie Oullette is found gruesomely murdered in her home while her husband Dwayne is missing. The investigation comes up with more questions than answers. Why would Adrienne and Ethan keep renting out this cabin. Surely it is not to their taste, and they can afford better. So, what is the appeal? Lizzie and Adrienne appear to be thick as thieves, but are they? JUICY Seriously, juicy with a twist that I did not see coming! I almost got whiplash from the shocking wtf moment it produced! That is how you do it! I was already fully gripped and invested in the book and then she knocked it out of the ballpark.!!! Woohoo! This book was like an avalanche that picks up speed as it races down the mountain! One this got going there was no stopping it! Whew! Clever, clever, clever! This had me on the edge of my seat! Gripping, Violent, Dark and oh so, clever. Thank you to William Morrow and Custom House and NetGalley who provided me with a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. All the thoughts and opinions are my own. Read more of my reviews at www.openbookposts.com

  3. 4 out of 5

    Michelle

    Well, well, well, what do we have here? A compelling and nearly unputdownable psych thriller! Thank you, Kat Rosenfield, you have made a new fan! This is a book where the less said is more so I'm going to refrain from a plot summary. Honestly, I even think the book synopsis gives a little too much away so maybe skip that too. This is a story where the disparity between the wealthy and the poor come into play. Nothing new in and of itself but what really hooked me though? The narration coming fro Well, well, well, what do we have here? A compelling and nearly unputdownable psych thriller! Thank you, Kat Rosenfield, you have made a new fan! This is a book where the less said is more so I'm going to refrain from a plot summary. Honestly, I even think the book synopsis gives a little too much away so maybe skip that too. This is a story where the disparity between the wealthy and the poor come into play. Nothing new in and of itself but what really hooked me though? The narration coming from beyond the grave. I thought it was oh so clever. This is the kind of book where your chugging along innocently enough when the author throws a punch to your face where everything you thought you knew gets spun out into the ether and you realize the game she's really playing on her readers. Let's talk about the writing: Oh boy is it ever good. Seriously impressive. Not to mention the pacing was on point. Not a dull moment to be had which is so unusual for me to say. I would love to bow down to Rosenfield to thank her for not feeling the need to repeat herself over and over again which is a quirk I have grown exhausted of. So while this may not be the most original story it still seems like something a bit fresh and new, at least to me anyways. I just love the way she weaved this crafty story together. TW for my animal loving friends: A cat is killed and it isn't pleasant. All in all this was a BIG win for me. I enjoyed the heck out of it and I am already impatiently awaiting what ever she thinks up next. 4 stars! Thank you to Edelweiss and William Morrow for my copy.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Jen

    This is the story of Adrienne and Lizzie: two women defined by how the world sees them. The rich spoiled instagram brat and the small town girl who not only could never shake off the stink of growing up as the junkyard owner’s daughter, but who "stole" a promising future from the local high school athlete hot shot when she fell pregnant. Both know what it’s like to be truly alone, with no one knowing the real person underneath the public persona, and they form an unlikely bond. That is, until on This is the story of Adrienne and Lizzie: two women defined by how the world sees them. The rich spoiled instagram brat and the small town girl who not only could never shake off the stink of growing up as the junkyard owner’s daughter, but who "stole" a promising future from the local high school athlete hot shot when she fell pregnant. Both know what it’s like to be truly alone, with no one knowing the real person underneath the public persona, and they form an unlikely bond. That is, until one ends up brutally murdered... This was a fun ride. I knew where we were going, but I enjoyed the trip anyway. I suspect this book reads much differently when one hasn’t figured out the destination, and I have to admit I’m a little jealous of that experience. Regardless, this grabbed my attention from the beginning and never let go. I was actively upset that I had to put it down to go to bed, and then finished it as soon as I could the next day. I do think this ran out of steam a bit toward the end, and as per usual it seems in the genre, people and especially the police make some questionable calls, but this was solidly entertaining. I also enjoyed the writing, both the style and especially the fact that there were actually distinct voices. Detective Bird’s chapters, for instance, were very clearly distinguishable from Lizzie’s snark. And I just want to take a moment to give a shout out to the cover design. I found it striking before reading, and now that I’ve finished, I really appreciate it even more. My father used to joke there was nothing you couldn't fix with either duct tape or WD-40. I guess we need to add gorilla glue to that list… Want to know what I’m talking about? You’ll have to grab yourself a copy of this one on October 12, 2021. CW for those who have trouble with animal cruelty: There is a really disturbing scene involving a cat. In my ARC copy, it is in chapter 6. It lays some groundwork, but overall reading experience will not be impacted much by skipping to the end of that chapter as soon as you see it coming. Many thanks to NetGalley and William Morrow Custom House for an advance copy of this title for review.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Kaceey

    Are you tired of the same old thriller? Ready for something just a bit different? Look no further, my thriller friends! Lizzie Oullette seemed destined to be on the outside looking in. Never accepted by her peers growing up. And even though she married a local guy, still finds herself cruelly left out of any social gathering. And things just got considerably worse for poor Lizzie. Her body has been discovered and her husband has suspiciously disappeared. The evidence trail leads detective Ian Bi Are you tired of the same old thriller? Ready for something just a bit different? Look no further, my thriller friends! Lizzie Oullette seemed destined to be on the outside looking in. Never accepted by her peers growing up. And even though she married a local guy, still finds herself cruelly left out of any social gathering. And things just got considerably worse for poor Lizzie. Her body has been discovered and her husband has suspiciously disappeared. The evidence trail leads detective Ian Bird to a disgraced socialite couple who had previously rented a remote cabin from Lizzie. The storyline plays out with Lizzie herself describing the events leading up to the killing. Can you put the pieces together? Can Detective Bird solve the mystery? This was a cleverly plotted thriller that felt so different from the “formulary thrillers” we‘ve all been accustomed to reading lately. It was shocking, with some tasty jaw-dropping moments along the way. Now that’s more like it! Everything I could want and hope for (but rarely find) in my thrillers. My first read by this author and anxiously await her next release! A buddy read with Susanne Posted to: https://books-are-a-girls-best-friend... Thank you to NetGalley and William Morrow and Custom House

  6. 5 out of 5

    Holly B

    Partners in crime? Lizzie Oullette is one of three narrators. Her chapters are told beyond the grave because she has already been murdered (she has an interesting point of view)! Adrienne Richards is the Louboutin clicking, oversized sunglass wearing influencer who periodically rents Lizzie's lake house. And then we have Detective Ian Bird, who is investigating the murder (He was no Sherlock Holmes- more than once I could see what was right before his eyes and I wanted to point to the clues! "The Partners in crime? Lizzie Oullette is one of three narrators. Her chapters are told beyond the grave because she has already been murdered (she has an interesting point of view)! Adrienne Richards is the Louboutin clicking, oversized sunglass wearing influencer who periodically rents Lizzie's lake house. And then we have Detective Ian Bird, who is investigating the murder (He was no Sherlock Holmes- more than once I could see what was right before his eyes and I wanted to point to the clues! "There, there, don't you see it Ian")? He was probably my favorite character. Or maybe Mrs. Swan! (Did anyone catch that one)? Yep, my favorites - Bird and Swan. Lizzie has had a difficult life, while Adrienne has had a more affluent one, but they do develop a give and take relationship. They both excel in the "taking" part. I thought this was clever, well paced, and somewhat predictable. How predictable will depend on your reading experience, you may be shocked, surprised, or simply shrug your shoulder. Either way some of the twists are surely eye popping. After many of my GR friends tempting reviews (you know the ones)! I had to find out what all the rave was about! P.S. You'll have to buy into some inept police work to get past some of the far-fetched plot lines, I just went with it which is okay sometimes (after all, it is Fiction).

  7. 5 out of 5

    Catherine Woodward

    Snap. Crackle. BOOM! No, that isn't the sound of your breakfast cereal. Or even a particularly dangerous bag of Pop Rocks. It's the unmistakable echo of an electric new voice in the thriller and suspense world blowing my mind! Lizzie Ouellette knows her place. Or rather, KNEW her place. See, Lizzie has come back to tell you her story, AFTER she's lived it...from the grave. Growing up as the laughingstock of sorts in her rural town of Copper Field, the "Queen of the Junkyard", she's had her Snap. Crackle. BOOM! No, that isn't the sound of your breakfast cereal. Or even a particularly dangerous bag of Pop Rocks. It's the unmistakable echo of an electric new voice in the thriller and suspense world blowing my mind! Lizzie Ouellette knows her place. Or rather, KNEW her place. See, Lizzie has come back to tell you her story, AFTER she's lived it...from the grave. Growing up as the laughingstock of sorts in her rural town of Copper Field, the "Queen of the Junkyard", she's had her fair share of insults, putdowns, and torment from the locals. But things have changed, Lizzie has found the Best of What's Around with Dwayne, former posterchild jock boy and currently husband after a pregnancy compells him to tie the knot. Until one morning, when the junkyard so close to home is ablaze---and Lizzie and Dwayne are declared casualties in the fire. Detective Ian Bird swings into town, looking for justice and answers, and his trail leads him to the polar-opposite-of-Lizzie: the rich, gorgeous, and of course snobby Adrienne Richards, who once deigned to use Lizzie's lake house as a getaway. Adrienne has her own troubled past she is desperate to leave behind, and ties to wealthy-but-disgraced husband Ethan have only exacerbated her own issues and need for a new beginning. As Lizzie pulls back the layers, however, a through line begins to emerge and deepen---and it's up to you, the Reader, to see if you can piece together the clues faster than the detectives can and figure out who needs who...and if silence is REALLY golden. There is NOTHING else that needs to be said in terms of plot. Honestly, the end of the opening chapter of this book made. my. jaw. drop. I can't remember the last time I was so flabbergasted by an opening, and WOW did it peak my interest! Lizzie's narrative voice is nothing short of incredible. She's fierce, unapologetic, and yet wistful and insecure, which is such an odd balance, but Rosenfield makes it look easy. She recounts her past in a way that elicits empathy but never pity, and her motivation never wavers. I felt a bit of disappointment every time the narrative pulled away from her, even for a moment, because she has one of those voices you can practically HEAR (without the aid of an audiobook, of course) leaping off the page! Around 30-50%, however, things started to get a bit slow and I was worried for a minute I was going to end up once again hopping on the Unpopular Opinion Train. At that point, I started counting down the pages until the amazing twist I kept hearing about was coming 'round the bend....until Rosenfield delivered. AND HOW! The last 50% of this book passed so quickly, I not only lost track of time, but was honestly doing that weird thing you do when you love a book and want to know what happens but also want to savor every word so you try to drag it out as long as possible. Of course, this only lasted about an hour, but the important thing is that I tried, right? 😉 Rosenfield's writing is sharp, snappy, and SO unexpected. Her ideas aren't brand new, but they FEEL new, crisp, and devilishly good, which is what is so important, especially for a new voice on the scene. Her writing itself sparks, and there are a few MORE jaw-dropping moments to catch you off guard, not to mention an epilogue that will leave your heart in your throat for just a moment and leave you wanting more! The award for best first chapter ending for 2021 (or perhaps ever) goes to...KAT ROSENFIELD! 🥇 Maybe 'no one' will miss Lizzie...but after closing this one, I ALREADY miss Kat! 4.5 smashing stars!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Melissa (LifeFullyBooked)

    This is a very clever, fast-paced suspense novel. There are quite a few great twists--most I saw coming but others I did not, but either way, it didn't spoil the experience. Lizzie has always been an outcast in Copper Falls. Growing up with her father in the town junkyard, getting pregnant (or so she said, no one in the town really believes she actually was) and trapping the town baseball star Dwayne into marriage, and basically a total loser that no one likes. Until she is discovered brutally mu This is a very clever, fast-paced suspense novel. There are quite a few great twists--most I saw coming but others I did not, but either way, it didn't spoil the experience. Lizzie has always been an outcast in Copper Falls. Growing up with her father in the town junkyard, getting pregnant (or so she said, no one in the town really believes she actually was) and trapping the town baseball star Dwayne into marriage, and basically a total loser that no one likes. Until she is discovered brutally murdered and the state police come to investigate, then the town residents are a little more circumspect and closed mouthed. Where is Dwayne? What happened to Lizzie and why? Partially narrated by Lizzie from beyond the grave, telling us her side of the story, and partially narrated by the other players, this is a well-plotted tale filled with surprises at every turn. As I mentioned, one of the major twists I figured out, but there was at least one that totally shocked me. I almost feel like I need to go back and re-read the book again to see if I would pick up on clues. Lizzie is a very sympathetic character and I really liked the way the author positioned Lizzie's side of events after they are related from other players in the story. Overall, this is a fantastic psychological thriller that deserves to be on your fall reading list. I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book, all opinions are my own.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Susanne

    Review posted to blog:https://books-are-a-girls-best-friend... Sheer Craziness! When Lizzie Oullette’s body is found in her lake house, it sends the community of Copper Falls into a tailspin. The investigation into Lizzie’s death leads Detectives to the wealthy Adrienne Richards. Adrienne is hiding something. The question, however, is what? Nothing is as it seems in this wild tale. Deception at its absolute best, No One Will Miss Her will have your head spinning in every direction. A buddy read with Review posted to blog:https://books-are-a-girls-best-friend... Sheer Craziness! When Lizzie Oullette’s body is found in her lake house, it sends the community of Copper Falls into a tailspin. The investigation into Lizzie’s death leads Detectives to the wealthy Adrienne Richards. Adrienne is hiding something. The question, however, is what? Nothing is as it seems in this wild tale. Deception at its absolute best, No One Will Miss Her will have your head spinning in every direction. A buddy read with Kaceey that left us both highly entertained. 3.85 Stars Thank you to NetGalley, William Morrow and Custom House, and Kat Rosenfield for the arc. Published on Goodreads and Twitter.

  10. 5 out of 5

    DeAnn

    4 snarky stars I kept reading strong review for this one from trusted Goodreads friends and they were spot on! I’m so glad I followed their lead and read this one. This is a tension-filled, perfectly paced tale that draws us into the lives of two very different women. We hear from snarky narrator Lizzie, she’s from the small town of Copper Falls, and grew up on a junkyard. She’s not well liked in the community as most feel she duped Dwayne into marrying her. She is trying to make a bit of extra m 4 snarky stars I kept reading strong review for this one from trusted Goodreads friends and they were spot on! I’m so glad I followed their lead and read this one. This is a tension-filled, perfectly paced tale that draws us into the lives of two very different women. We hear from snarky narrator Lizzie, she’s from the small town of Copper Falls, and grew up on a junkyard. She’s not well liked in the community as most feel she duped Dwayne into marrying her. She is trying to make a bit of extra money renting out a house on the lake, and that’s where she meets Adrienne and her husband. They have money to burn and scandals at home, so they don’t mind that the cabin is remote and disconnected from the world. Soon Lizzie and Adrienne are spending a lot of time together. We meet Maine State Police Detective Ian Bird as he begins an investigation. Just what happened at the cabin? This well-written tale has a major twist that made me gasp out loud and definitely made this one a unique read. I enjoyed this one and I look forward to future books from Kat Rosenfield. Thank you to Scene of the Crime, William Morrow, Custom House for the early copy to read and review through NetGalley.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Denise

    What a wickedly snarky thriller! Although I will say that from other reviews I knew going into that there was a big twist, and I figured it out immediately, which definitely took something away from my overall experience. Lizzie the junkyard girl is found dead in her Maine cabin, and you know who the killers are right away. The real question is the "why" behind it? You know from chapters told beyond the grave in Lizzie's POV that she had a rough childhood - she was motherless, poor, and bullied What a wickedly snarky thriller! Although I will say that from other reviews I knew going into that there was a big twist, and I figured it out immediately, which definitely took something away from my overall experience. Lizzie the junkyard girl is found dead in her Maine cabin, and you know who the killers are right away. The real question is the "why" behind it? You know from chapters told beyond the grave in Lizzie's POV that she had a rough childhood - she was motherless, poor, and bullied relentlessly when she was young. Then she somehow snagged the town's pride and joy, wannabe big-league pitcher, Dwayne, but she is hated for "trapping" him into marriage. The killers, Adrienne and Ethan, are opposite of Lizzie and Dwayne in every way - privileged and wealthy, but a recent fall from grace has brought them to small-town Maine to rent Lizzie's cabin to get away from the bad press surrounding them. You know something awful happened when their paths converged one fateful evening that left Lizzie dead and Dwayne missing, but putting the pieces together is a dark, witty, ride. First of all, I love books set in my home state that are done well, and I thought Rosenfield nailed the Maine/New England atmosphere! Her references to WEEI, the Boston Red Sox, and Joe Castiglione (much loved Red Sox radio announcer) were spot on and set the tone for an authentic feel for me. I also thought the three POVs in this one were perfect. From the POVs of Lizzie, Adrienne, and Maine State Trooper Ian Bird, the events that led up to that night are neatly unfolded as is the aftermath. None of the characters are overly likable, but through Lizzie's voice, she was somehow oddly endearing. There are several crazy twists and turns, and you definitely have to suspend belief at times (i.e. I know duct tape/gorilla glue does wonders, but seriously?!). I thought the ending was a rather fitting end to it all though. As I said, this would likely have been an all-the-stars read for me if I hadn't figured out the big twist so quickly. Still an excellent, unpredictable thriller. This one has definitely put Kat Rosenfield on my author radar! 4 stars.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Christina

    A gritty, well-written thriller with twists you won't see coming. Kat Rosenfield is clearly a talented new voice in thriller fiction. A murder in a small, somewhat depressed town brings out the worst in its residents. This book grabbed me instantly with its opening narration by the murdered girl. The book takes on class issues, slut-shaming, and all kinds of other meaty topics while also delivering the thrills and an intelligent plot. The book was at times a little too ... not really gruesome, b A gritty, well-written thriller with twists you won't see coming. Kat Rosenfield is clearly a talented new voice in thriller fiction. A murder in a small, somewhat depressed town brings out the worst in its residents. This book grabbed me instantly with its opening narration by the murdered girl. The book takes on class issues, slut-shaming, and all kinds of other meaty topics while also delivering the thrills and an intelligent plot. The book was at times a little too ... not really gruesome, but gritty, for me. (And that's saying a lot because I like my books hardboiled!) And one scene in particular really skeeved me put. If you’ve read it I think you’ll know what I mean. But the characterizations, narrations, plotting, and mystery were all top notch. If you are looking for a great combination of psychological twisty thriller and police procedural, you have found your book. I don't want to say too much more about the plot because there are a few totally jaw-dropping reveals you won't want to miss. Thanks to William Morrow and Custom House for the well-written ARC!

  13. 4 out of 5

    Derek

    I find myself on an island again - Isle de la Outlier. No One Will Miss Her follows recent trends where the less you know going in, the better. The story opens with a bang. Literally. Poor Lizzie just had her face shotgun blasted off. Who killed her and why? There is interesting commentary on what it's like to grow up in poverty. How pure and innocent it is coming from a child's perspective who isn't influenced by society's standards and perceived norms. Kat Rosenfield is a wonderful writer. H I find myself on an island again - Isle de la Outlier. No One Will Miss Her follows recent trends where the less you know going in, the better. The story opens with a bang. Literally. Poor Lizzie just had her face shotgun blasted off. Who killed her and why? There is interesting commentary on what it's like to grow up in poverty. How pure and innocent it is coming from a child's perspective who isn't influenced by society's standards and perceived norms. Kat Rosenfield is a wonderful writer. Her prose is captivating and she can weave a thrilling story. That being said... I just can't get behind this plot. It's so inconceivable that its just laughable. I can't go into detail without spoiling, so I'll post it below but hidden. (view spoiler)[**SPOILER ALERT** My issue is that there's no way Lizzie would be able to pull off killing Adrienne and passing her corpse off as her own and walking away with her life. It's impossible and laughable. First, cops would've done a simple and required DNA test to confirm identity, especially in lieu of a face to be ID'ed. Second, somebody would've noticed that she was in fact not Adrienne. But the part that really steams my clams is that Lizzie CUT OFF HER MOLE and GORILLA GLUED it onto Adrienne 🤣🤣 I just can't with that... (hide spoiler)] The "twist" is clever but I was clued in about 5 pages before the reveal. It was a satisfying twist, just tooting my horn 🕵️‍♂️. However, the story meanders aimlessly after this and stumbles to a curiously empty ending. If you can suspend reality, then this is a nice, well-written thriller. I just couldn't buy into the plot. But I will definitely be looking for Rosenfield's future work. TW: brutal, graphic depiction of animal cruelty.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Susan's Reviews

    I saw the twist coming even before I started listening to the audiobook. Not sure if the blurb gave it away, but my credulity was stretched a bit a time or two.... or three. Writing was good, if a bit over-descriptive at times. My rating for this one falls between 3.5 to 4 out of 5. I really do wish GR allowed half points or, better yet, decimal ratings. I was going to reduce to a 3 star rating, but this is definitely better than just a lowly 3 star, so I bumped it up to 4 stars. I saw the twist coming even before I started listening to the audiobook. Not sure if the blurb gave it away, but my credulity was stretched a bit a time or two.... or three. Writing was good, if a bit over-descriptive at times. My rating for this one falls between 3.5 to 4 out of 5. I really do wish GR allowed half points or, better yet, decimal ratings. I was going to reduce to a 3 star rating, but this is definitely better than just a lowly 3 star, so I bumped it up to 4 stars.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Frank Phillips

    My goodness, did this one blow me away! Talk about a slower start, with a scorching conclusion!! If this one had caught my attention immediately, this would definitely have garnered 5-Stars. As it was, it took me several chapters to get comfortable with the writing style and get a firm grasp on what exactly was happening (splitting audio/print edition can do this to me), but when I finally did, I was whole-heartedly hooked!! As this story begins, the town outcast, Lizzie Oullette is found dead i My goodness, did this one blow me away! Talk about a slower start, with a scorching conclusion!! If this one had caught my attention immediately, this would definitely have garnered 5-Stars. As it was, it took me several chapters to get comfortable with the writing style and get a firm grasp on what exactly was happening (splitting audio/print edition can do this to me), but when I finally did, I was whole-heartedly hooked!! As this story begins, the town outcast, Lizzie Oullette is found dead in her trailer. Murdered, in fact. Shot in the face with injuries so extreme lawmen can only positively identify her by a birthmark of sorts on her upper torso (one she in fact was ruthlessly teased about as a youngster). To add another element to this crime, her less than loving husband, Dwayne, has seemingly split town and can't be located. Was he responsible for Lizzie's untimely demise? An intriguing element to this novel, for me anyway, was that the story is told in present tense perspective by Lizzie herself. She begins with her death and then tells her story going backwards in time as she grew up dirt poor, to a single father in the trailer park. As if her circumstances weren't depressing enough, she's viciously teased, and has zero friends to spend her time with. With a childhood as rough as Lizzie's you would think she'd be desperate to leave town as soon as she becomes of age, however as life usually goes, she meets a boy. A boy who may have taken part in the merciless bullying she experienced years earlier. Sure enough, as Lizzie's luck would have it, she becomes preggo almost immediately and gets hitched. Of course her hubby, Dwayne, blames her for 'tying him down' and harbors an extreme amount of resentment towards her, especially when she miscarries and townsfolk in turn gossip that she was never even with child to begin with! Fast forward to a couple of years prior to Lizzie's death and she meets Adrienne, a wealthy but disgraced social media influencer seeking asylum in the sticks from controversy, thanks to her husband's less than forthright business practices. Almost immediately upon entering town she meets Lizzie, becomes her first real friend, then her tenant, and the rest is history. Or is it?! It took me a good chunk of this book to figure out how these two women were connected, and why/how Adrienne's story was even relevant, but when I finally did, I was quite impressed! It's hard to say more without spoiling, but let's just say the second half of this book packs quite the punch, and I couldn't turn those darn-tootin' pages fast enough!! I will say there are some HUGE triggers in this one, especially for anyone that loves animals. To be specific, there is a scene from Lizzie's past that was hard to read, especially for someone like myself, who owns and loves cats - so just be prepared! Other triggers include domestic violence, ignorant white trash hillbillies, drug abuse and addiction, spousal abuse....you name it! Did I mention that although hard to read at times, this was quite the entertaining read? Now, that Kat Rosenfield is on my radar, I simply cannot wait to read her next thriller! I'd recommend this to anyone looking for a thriller/suspense that you won't soon forget!!

  16. 4 out of 5

    Kelly (and the Book Boar)

    My usual reaction when I see a new release touted as “the next Gone Girl” usually goes a little like so . . . . But of course I still read them because DUH I want to read all the things. And you know what? This might actually be the next Gone Girl! Lizzie Oullette tells you her story . . . . from beyond the grave. The outcast who was raised by her father in the local junkyard is someone the townsfolk all thought maybe had it coming to her. It’s just a shame her husband, a former high school ba My usual reaction when I see a new release touted as “the next Gone Girl” usually goes a little like so . . . . But of course I still read them because DUH I want to read all the things. And you know what? This might actually be the next Gone Girl! Lizzie Oullette tells you her story . . . . from beyond the grave. The outcast who was raised by her father in the local junkyard is someone the townsfolk all thought maybe had it coming to her. It’s just a shame her husband, a former high school baseball star who got babytrapped into marrying her, is the most likely suspect. But as Detective Ian Bird investigates he finds a connection that doesn’t quite add up in the form of a rich couple from the city who have rented out Lizzie’s lake house for the past couple of summers. That’s all you get. I will tell you that the beating the reader over the head about Lizzie’s growing up got more than a bit old for me and I could really have done without an animal torture scene because neverevereverever, but when it came time for the big reveal???? That’s where the comparison to Gone Girl comes in because I never saw that twist coming. What a fun ride. I started this after work one night and flew right through it – reading the whole thing in one sitting. If you are able to suspend a substantial bit of disbelief this might be a win for you as well. Good times.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Darla

    This was "Gone Girl" good. If you love a good thriller with some surprising twists and turns, then pick this one up. Let Lizzy tell you her story. Meet two couples whose lives become intertwined after over a lakefront rental. You will be glad you did. I have to keep this short so I don't give anything away. If you love reading books by Gillian Flynn, Samantha Downing, and Alice Feeney then check this one out. Thank you to William Morrow and Edelweiss+ for a DRC in exchange for an honest review. This was "Gone Girl" good. If you love a good thriller with some surprising twists and turns, then pick this one up. Let Lizzy tell you her story. Meet two couples whose lives become intertwined after over a lakefront rental. You will be glad you did. I have to keep this short so I don't give anything away. If you love reading books by Gillian Flynn, Samantha Downing, and Alice Feeney then check this one out. Thank you to William Morrow and Edelweiss+ for a DRC in exchange for an honest review.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Elizabeth

    Oh look, another thriller about a woman who is scorned by everyone in town and has an unhappy marriage and (gasp!) is murdered. But wait, there's a twist... Yes. Of course she's smart and sure, you could say this is the next Gone Girl. But it isn't. There's about as much suspense in this as in a wet noodle and the characterizations come straight out of Thriller 101. The writing is okay and if you'd never read a thriller before it would probably be sort of entertaining. Otherwise, pass. Oh look, another thriller about a woman who is scorned by everyone in town and has an unhappy marriage and (gasp!) is murdered. But wait, there's a twist... Yes. Of course she's smart and sure, you could say this is the next Gone Girl. But it isn't. There's about as much suspense in this as in a wet noodle and the characterizations come straight out of Thriller 101. The writing is okay and if you'd never read a thriller before it would probably be sort of entertaining. Otherwise, pass.

  19. 4 out of 5

    MicheleReader

    In Copper Falls, Maine, Lizzie Ouellette was the village outcast. Daughter of Earl, the owner of the local junkyard, Lizzie never fit in even after ten years of marriage to Dwayne Cleaves, former high school baseball star and son of the local preacher. When she is found gruesomely murdered in her lake house she rents out during the summers, everyone is concerned. But less about the death of Lizzie and primarily because their beloved Dwayne is missing and is considered the main suspect in his wif In Copper Falls, Maine, Lizzie Ouellette was the village outcast. Daughter of Earl, the owner of the local junkyard, Lizzie never fit in even after ten years of marriage to Dwayne Cleaves, former high school baseball star and son of the local preacher. When she is found gruesomely murdered in her lake house she rents out during the summers, everyone is concerned. But less about the death of Lizzie and primarily because their beloved Dwayne is missing and is considered the main suspect in his wife's murder. While the focus remains on finding Dwayne, Maine State Police Detective Ian Bird is interested in learning more about Adrienne and Ethan Richards, a wealthy couple from Boston who had been the last ones to rent Lizzie’s lake house. Ethan is a disgraced billionaire. While escaping charges of bilking his clients of their money, he is reviled in the public’s eye. Wife Adrienne, a social media influencer, is also hated for being entitled and overly arrogant about her extravagant lifestyle. Could they be connected to this local tragedy? No One Will Miss Her is a clever mystery/thriller that is filled with some very good twists and turns. Author Kat Rosenfield keeps things moving fast. In addition to revealing more and more about the case in a manner that will keep you glued, the book also proves to be an interesting commentary on the haves and have-nots in society. The description of the depressed environment in Copper Falls tells volumes. If your interest is piqued, head straight to the book as you don’t want any spoilers to get in your way. Many thanks to William Morrow, Scene of the Crime and NetGalley for the opportunity to read this true page-turner in advance of its October 12, 2021 publication. Rated 4.25 stars. Review posted on MicheleReader.com.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Laurie

    "My name is Lizzie Ouellette, and if you're reading this, I'm already dead." What a great opening sentence! It sets the stage for a thriller that sucked me in and kept me turning pages to try and figure out what was going on. I was drawn into the rural Maine town of Copper Falls by a string of characters who kept me guessing what they were up to. There were characters to root for and nasty ones I hoped would get their comeuppance. Lizzie Ouellette is found dead in the cabin she rents to tourists. "My name is Lizzie Ouellette, and if you're reading this, I'm already dead." What a great opening sentence! It sets the stage for a thriller that sucked me in and kept me turning pages to try and figure out what was going on. I was drawn into the rural Maine town of Copper Falls by a string of characters who kept me guessing what they were up to. There were characters to root for and nasty ones I hoped would get their comeuppance. Lizzie Ouellette is found dead in the cabin she rents to tourists. Enter Ian Bird, a homicide detective from the state police. It is his task to solve the murder and the suspect pool is narrow: where is Lizzie's husband, Dwayne? Bird's investigation broadens to include renters who may have been among the last to see Lizzie alive, socialite and social media influencer Adrienne Richards and her disgraced billionaire financier husband. The more Bird looks into the couple, the more he finds that the relationship between them and Lizzie and her husband was more than that of renter/tenant. Told from multiple POV, the story switches perspective in this character-driven novel. Yes, it is a thriller with a terrific twist, but it's also a great murder mystery and police procedural. It is fast-paced and the writing is excellent. It has all of the ingredients to be a hit with those who love this type of book. Count me among them. Thank you NetGalley and William Morrow for an advance copy of this book. The publication date is October 12, 2021.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Lori

    So much potential… This started out strong. The writing was really good and I was feeling a lot of sympathy for Lizzy. I was looking forward to discovering the story behind her murder. Then came the unfortunate twist that turned it all on its head. This could’ve worked if it had been woven differently however it was presented in a way that had absolutely no plausibility… not even a lil bit. At this point my eye-rolling persisted until the non-climactic end. I have to give great credit to the narr So much potential… This started out strong. The writing was really good and I was feeling a lot of sympathy for Lizzy. I was looking forward to discovering the story behind her murder. Then came the unfortunate twist that turned it all on its head. This could’ve worked if it had been woven differently however it was presented in a way that had absolutely no plausibility… not even a lil bit. At this point my eye-rolling persisted until the non-climactic end. I have to give great credit to the narrators on this… if I had actually been reading this in print it probably would’ve been a DNF. They were amazing and I’m sad that their talents were wasted. I’m definitely in the minority with my lack luster review. It maybe that I’ve read several really good thrillers lately and this one just did not compare. 2.5 stars rounded up for wonderful narration. ARC was provided by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Amy

    I think anyone who reads thrillers would agree that we’re constantly searching for a unique one that doesn’t feel stale, or like 76 other thrillers we’ve all seen before. I started this one a whim after I read this part of the synopsis 👉🏻 “A smart, witty, crackling novel of psychological suspense in which a girl from a hardscrabble small town meets a gorgeous Instagram influencer from the big city, with a murderous twist that will shock even the most savvy reader. “ Between influencer and shocki I think anyone who reads thrillers would agree that we’re constantly searching for a unique one that doesn’t feel stale, or like 76 other thrillers we’ve all seen before. I started this one a whim after I read this part of the synopsis 👉🏻 “A smart, witty, crackling novel of psychological suspense in which a girl from a hardscrabble small town meets a gorgeous Instagram influencer from the big city, with a murderous twist that will shock even the most savvy reader. “ Between influencer and shocking twist I was hooked. You guys, I would definitely have to agree because I haven’t been this surprised by a thriller for a long time. I really don’t want to say much more about the plot that what I already shared, that’s really all you need to know in my opinion as far as details, but this was fantastic on audio. Three POV and three amazing narrators; Lizzie beyond the grave as this opens after she’s already been murdered, Adrienne the influencer who has rented out Lizzie’s lake house in the past and Detective Bird as he investigates the murder. This was highly atmospheric, had strong writing and pacing that was truly on point. It’s also just really clever and sharp. That’s all I’m gonna say, but again audio was 🔥🙌🏻 and this one is well worth a preorder.

  23. 5 out of 5

    ABookwormWithWine

    4.5/5 When I saw the cover for No One Will Miss Her by Kat Rosenfield I immediately knew I had to read it. This was a total cover buy based on how gorgeous it is, and in this instance that completely worked out for me! I know how we feel about AJ Finn these days, but his blurb for this book was spot on. I found it highly original and refreshing, and I loved it even had a couple of jaw-dropping moments even though I wasn't expecting it. One of the best parts of the book is probably the audio, and 4.5/5 When I saw the cover for No One Will Miss Her by Kat Rosenfield I immediately knew I had to read it. This was a total cover buy based on how gorgeous it is, and in this instance that completely worked out for me! I know how we feel about AJ Finn these days, but his blurb for this book was spot on. I found it highly original and refreshing, and I loved it even had a couple of jaw-dropping moments even though I wasn't expecting it. One of the best parts of the book is probably the audio, and I highly recommend it for audiobook listeners. The narrators are Cassandra Campbell, Sophie Amoss & Chris Andrew Ciulla, and it's always great to have different narrators for different characters. There are some pretty heavy topics touched on in this book, and some parts were really hard to read, but it completely blew me away and Rosenfield handled it all very well. I started to suspect what was going on as time went on, but I wasn't anywhere close to guessing the full story. No One Will Miss Her was a tough read and there is one part of animal cruelty that killed me, but that would be pretty easy to skip over if you wanted to. I feel like I've said it without saying it but to be clear I would definitely call this a dark read. There is a detective viewpoint (Ian Bird) which gives the story a bit of a police procedural/detective fiction vibe that I enjoyed, and that played in really nicely with the very end as well. Rosenfield is apparently a master at her craft judging by how much I loved the book, and it is such a clever story. I have no idea why I hadn't heard of her before this, but I am glad I know about her now and I'm looking forward to reading more of her novels! I received a complimentary digital copy of this book. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Taylor

    When Lizzie Oullette is killed, everyone in the small town of Copper Falls says she had it coming. But do they know the real Lizzie? And is rich and beautiful Adrienne Richards - who’s been renting Lizzie’s lake house - somehow involved? This story definitely had a twisty plot, and you know I love a small town setting! I can’t say I was totally shocked by everything that happened, but the writing was solid and Lizzie’s character was interesting, with a strong voice. I found her perspective fascin When Lizzie Oullette is killed, everyone in the small town of Copper Falls says she had it coming. But do they know the real Lizzie? And is rich and beautiful Adrienne Richards - who’s been renting Lizzie’s lake house - somehow involved? This story definitely had a twisty plot, and you know I love a small town setting! I can’t say I was totally shocked by everything that happened, but the writing was solid and Lizzie’s character was interesting, with a strong voice. I found her perspective fascinating. Overall, while this one was a bit overhyped, it was still an engaging thriller and I enjoyed reading it! **Thanks to William Morrow for the gifted copy!

  25. 4 out of 5

    Shamashtika

    A very unique book for sure. Puts a lot into perspective and there is a ton to unpack here. I really enjoyed the first 75% of the story; the big twist was very shocking and I did not see it coming! The last 25% i guess would depend on the audience. At first I thought it anticlimactic;however, upon finishing the novel, it’s feels like the way the story carried itself to the end was the whole point. There’s a message there that needs to be unraveled by the reader…someone important to take away. Th A very unique book for sure. Puts a lot into perspective and there is a ton to unpack here. I really enjoyed the first 75% of the story; the big twist was very shocking and I did not see it coming! The last 25% i guess would depend on the audience. At first I thought it anticlimactic;however, upon finishing the novel, it’s feels like the way the story carried itself to the end was the whole point. There’s a message there that needs to be unraveled by the reader…someone important to take away. That was someone I really liked! Overall, it wasn’t a thriller that had me on the edge of my seat, but a curious and forbidding story that left a lasting impression.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Donna

    In rural Maine, the local junkyard is burning so a deputy goes out to the lake houses to tell people to evacuate. Most of the houses are vacant for the season but one has an open door. He enters. He shouldn't have put his hand down the garbage disposal to retrieve that human nose. Yes, Lizzie Ouellette is dead and her husband is nowhere to be found. Adrienne Richards and her wealthy financier husband were the last ones to rent the lake house. Wonder where they are now? State homicide investigator In rural Maine, the local junkyard is burning so a deputy goes out to the lake houses to tell people to evacuate. Most of the houses are vacant for the season but one has an open door. He enters. He shouldn't have put his hand down the garbage disposal to retrieve that human nose. Yes, Lizzie Ouellette is dead and her husband is nowhere to be found. Adrienne Richards and her wealthy financier husband were the last ones to rent the lake house. Wonder where they are now? State homicide investigator Ian Bird is sent to Copper Falls to investigate. I didn't find him too impressive. The author did a good job of depicting the town and how people leave and the rest are mired in poverty and lose hope. The story moves slowly as the author unravels little tidbits that take us a bit further with each reveal. I enjoyed the telling of the story. I kept getting just enough information to make me more curious about Lizzie and Adrienne. The buildup is to a shocking twist. As I think about it, there were clues. My big thought toward the end of the book - - why didn't the autopsy pick up on a couple of things )which I can't say without spoilers). Ah, the liberties fiction takes....but it made for a clever story. Note for cat lovers: cat killed in this story

  27. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie

    This is an EXCELLENT thriller. I read it in one day, it’s an absolute page turner. The twists and turns are authentic and believable and it’s refreshing to read a thriller with a solid plot that doesn’t have ridiculous, unbelievable twists just for the sake of being twisty. Good stuff. 4.5 stars Thanks to William Morrow for a free copy of this novel. All opinions are my own. 🤍

  28. 4 out of 5

    Kristin (Always With a Book)

    Thank you William Morrow Books / Netgalley for the gifted copy. When you read as many thrillers as I do, finding that one that stands out is gold and that is exactly what this debut novel is here. There have been a slew of debuts out lately that I have loved, but this one really takes the cake for just how original it is. Right from the start, I was pulled into this one and that feeling never let up. I totally binge-read this one and loved every second of it. The writing is so sharp and witty and Thank you William Morrow Books / Netgalley for the gifted copy. When you read as many thrillers as I do, finding that one that stands out is gold and that is exactly what this debut novel is here. There have been a slew of debuts out lately that I have loved, but this one really takes the cake for just how original it is. Right from the start, I was pulled into this one and that feeling never let up. I totally binge-read this one and loved every second of it. The writing is so sharp and witty and I loved that some of it is talking directly to the reader – I find those inside conversations to be so insightful. But this time, it really puts you on edge because you just aren’t quite sure what to expect. The story alternates between three points of view and the characters are so dynamic. Added to that is the pacing, which really is on point and you have quite an engaging read that just begs you to keep flipping those pages. The twists are shocking and I for one definitely did not see them coming! There is nothing here for the sake of a thrill, all is perfectly plotted and it all comes together quite brilliantly. I’m really keeping this quite vague as I think you need to go into this one as blind as possible. It definitely is such a great read and I know I will for sure be keeping an eye out for what comes next from this very talented author! You can see all my reviews at: https://www.alwayswithabook.com/

  29. 4 out of 5

    Danielle B

    Detective Ian Bird is called to a case in Maine, to a small, rural town called Copper Falls where Lizzie Oullette is found murdered in her rental lake house. Dwayne, her husband, is no where to be found. The investigation takes an unexpected turn when Ian follows a lead to Adrienne Richards, a social media influencer, and her billionaire husband. This odd couple was renting Lizzie's lake house as a private get away, even though Copper Falls was not a typical vacation destination. Are they respon Detective Ian Bird is called to a case in Maine, to a small, rural town called Copper Falls where Lizzie Oullette is found murdered in her rental lake house. Dwayne, her husband, is no where to be found. The investigation takes an unexpected turn when Ian follows a lead to Adrienne Richards, a social media influencer, and her billionaire husband. This odd couple was renting Lizzie's lake house as a private get away, even though Copper Falls was not a typical vacation destination. Are they responsible for her murder or is something else going on here? You will have to read this amazing story to find out. I was blown away by this fast paced thriller. The writing is shocking at times, but always very clever. The storyline was compelling and I had a hard time putting this one down. The vivid descriptions of the town placed me right there with the characters. The twist was unexpected and really got me. WOW!! I would highly recommend this one. Many thanks to William Morrow for my ARC in exchange for my honest review. This review will be posted to my Instagram Blog (@coffee.break.book.reviews) in the near future.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Stacy40pages

    No One Will Miss Her by Kat Rosenfield. Thanks to @williammorrow for the gifted Arc ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Detective Ian Bird is looking for Lizzie Oulette’s husband after discovering her body at her lake house. He also needs to question influencer Adrienne, who has used Lizzie’s lake house in the past. What is Adrienne’s connection and does she know more than she lets on? This was a pretty fun and entertaining thriller. I will say that during the first part (first third) of the book, I felt a little confused a No One Will Miss Her by Kat Rosenfield. Thanks to @williammorrow for the gifted Arc ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Detective Ian Bird is looking for Lizzie Oulette’s husband after discovering her body at her lake house. He also needs to question influencer Adrienne, who has used Lizzie’s lake house in the past. What is Adrienne’s connection and does she know more than she lets on? This was a pretty fun and entertaining thriller. I will say that during the first part (first third) of the book, I felt a little confused and felt like I didn’t know exactly what was going on. If this happens to you, don’t worry... it will soon all click! I found the entire book entertaining and liked the narration and perspective changes. I will say that overall I found it completely unbelievable, but I think with thrillers sometimes you just have to suspend your disbelief and enjoy the ride. “And did I dream of happily ever after? Of us making a little life together, a little house with little lace curtains, a little wife with a little baby kissing her husband off to work. Did I imagine us showing up at a barbecue in the haziest part of August, where grinning schoolmates would hug me, and slap Dwayne on the back, and say Good going buddy as they clucked over the baby? Or course I did. Because I’m a fucking idiot.” No One Will Miss Her comes out of 10/12.

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