Book Review: Missing Molly by Natalie Barelli


Rachel Holloway has worked hard to keep her identity a secret throughout her life. Rachel and her best friend work for a small local newspaper. The newspaper is struggling and decides to start producing podcasts to create some more interest and money for the newspaper. With the rising popularity in crime podcasts, they decide to investigate the cold case about Molly Forster. Rachel needs to keep the secret buried that she is actually the missing little girl. She has a little girl and is happily dating a wonderful man. Rachel needs to do whatever she can to keep this secret buried.

My Thoughts:

This was my second Natalie Barelli book, and I found it to be very suspenseful. I listened to it on Audible and read on Kindle with Whispersync. I really enjoyed the narrator for this book. I was kept on the edge of my seat throughout the novel, but I really found it crazy that Rachel did some of the things that she did in the book! I felt like she put her and her daughter at risk at times, so that gave me serious anxiety!!

I would definitely read another book by Natalie Barelli. I enjoyed this book even more than the first book I read by Barelli!

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