Review: Bring Her Home by David Bell

BringHerHome

Kindle Edition, 432 pages                                  Expected publication: July 11th 2017 by Berkley

ASIN:    B01MAY1TSV                                      Rating:  5*

Still reeling a year and a half after the death of his wife, Bill Price’s fifteen-year-old daughter, Summer, and her best friend, Haley, disappear. Days later, the girls are found in a city park. Haley is dead at the scene, while Summer is left beaten beyond recognition and clinging to life.

Devastated, Bill holds vigil over Summer’s bandaged body.  The only sound she makes is one word – No.  In fact, the more time Bill spends with Summer, the more he lets his mind imagine what happened and who could have done this horrific damage to another human being. He’s also beginning to wonder, if the injured girl in the hospital bed is really his daughter.

When Bill discovered new information about Summer’s life Bill is shocked to discover things about both his wife and daughter that begin to tear him apart….

***  Wow, wow, and wow!  BRING HER HOME is definitely one of the harder books I’ve read to put down without wanting to finish in one sitting.  The suspense was tremendous wondering if the injured girl would recover, never mind the fact that Bill had to attend Summer’s best friend Haley’s funeral which was an emotional moment where I needed a tissue.

Going through the psychological roller coaster along with Bill kept the emotions high and exciting. In fact, just when you thought – ah so that’s the answer – another issue would pop up sending you off to try and discover and digest the new information.  While reading you might think you know the answers but believe me, the TWIST is waiting for you when you least expect it.

Bottom Line:   Awesome read keeping the suspense high as well as the readers emotion.   VERY highly recommended.

Marilyn Rondeau

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