Don't You Cry
Mira, 2016 (2016)
Hardcover, CD, e-Book
Reviewed by Bob Walch
hen Quinn Collins' roommate, Esther Vaughn, disappears from their Chicago apartment, Quinn doesn't know what to think. She had thought of her friend as
but after finding a letter addressed to
, Quinn isn't sure now if she really knew the missing woman.
bout an hour from Chicago in a small lakeside community, Alex Gallo works in a café to support himself and his alcoholic father. When a beautiful woman about ten years his senior enters the café one day, the eighteen year old boy is attracted to the stranger. But what begins as just a crush turns into something more serious and sinister with the passing days.
ow these seemingly unconnected events are linked make up the plot of this novel, told in alternating chapters narrated by Quinn and Alex. As you'll see, there is a connection and one that will showcase Mary Kubica's storytelling skills. As the suspense builds, you'll find this riveting tale by the Chicago writer will exert such a magnetic pull that you'll be unable to set it aside even if you have more pressing business!
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