[E–book] The Missing Hours


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  1. says: Emma Kavanagh Ó 2 Free read Review ☆ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ó Emma Kavanagh Characters The Missing Hours

    Review ☆ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ó Emma Kavanagh [E–book] The Missing Hours THE MISSING HOURS by Emma Kavanagh is a mystery novel dealing with a missing mother Dr Selena Cole a widow and mother of two young girls who disappears in a playground leaving her daughters 3 year old Tara and seven year old Heather ALONE She just vanished in thin air“The little one Tara was on the swing Mother was pushing her Heather the s

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    [E–book] The Missing Hours The Missing Hours by Emma Kavanagh is a thriller read that is told from multiple points of view throughout the st

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    Emma Kavanagh Ó 2 Free read Review ☆ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ó Emma Kavanagh [E–book] The Missing Hours I think the book started off really good with the older daughter Heather discovering her little sister Tara all alone and their mom has vanished It was a thrilling and brilliant way to capture the reader's attention What h

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    [E–book] The Missing Hours Characters The Missing Hours Its not my week this week Yet another author I love and get so engrossed in her stories and I had a hard job keeping up I thought it w

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    Review ☆ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ó Emma Kavanagh [E–book] The Missing Hours So when an author you’ve admired from their very first book hits the sweet spot in the writing and storytelling stakes it

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    [E–book] The Missing Hours First and foremost a large thank you to NetGalley Emma Kavanagh UK Random House and Century for providing me with a copy of this book which allows me to provide you with this reviewKavanagh offers an interesting perspective in this m

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    Characters The Missing Hours Review ☆ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ó Emma Kavanagh Emma Kavanagh Ó 2 Free read The Missing Hours was my first Emma Kavanagh read and I’m not entirely sure what I think For me it was a case of up and down I never really got into the story as much as I’d hoped to yet at the same time I found it to be a decent readThe story is made up of two mysteries a missing person who returns uickly and a murder From the get go it

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    Characters The Missing Hours Emma Kavanagh Ó 2 Free read [E–book] The Missing Hours “We rarely know the people around us only what they show us of themselves”When Dr Selena Cole mysteriously vanishes from

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    [E–book] The Missing Hours I've read all of Emma Kavanagh's books so was intrigued to read this one tooThe book starts off really well and hooked me in pretty much straightaway Selena Cole a doctor is on a playground near her home with her children playing One moment all is well and the children are playing happily Next it cuts to the m

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    [E–book] The Missing Hours Review ☆ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ó Emma Kavanagh My thanks to Random House UK Cornerstone for the opportunity to read and review The Missing Hours by Emma KavanaghDr Selena Cole goes missing one day from the playground she is in with her two young children Twenty

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Review ✓ The Missing Hours 102 A woman disappears One moment Selena Cole is in the playground with her children and the next she has vanished without a. The Missing Hours by Emma Kavanagh is a thriller read that is told from multiple points of view throughout the story There is also bit of reports mails etc between the chapters that pertain to what is going on in the story at any given timeThe book starts off with a little girl at a playground who has wandered off from her mother and younger sibling but when she returns her mother is nowhere to be found This opens up an investigation introducing one of the detectives in the storyNow after a reader starts learning of the missing woman another case comes up when the body of a murdered lawyer is found and there s a second investigation started Detective Constable Leah Mackay and her brother Detective Sergeant Finn Hale have each been given one of the cases and as they delve into them there starts to be clues that maybe these aren t separate eventsThe general idea of this story sounds like one that would have grabbed me right from the opening and have the pages flying by but that simply wasn t the case with this book It wasn t a bad read but it never really gripped me and hooked me into the story It s really an incredibly slow paced read which is always a struggle for me but I think having all the extra reports and things between chapters slowed it even leaving me struggling to finish In the end this one just wasn t my style leaving me to rate it at 25 stars but I m sure others out there will love it than I didI received an advance copy from the publisher via NetGalleyFor reviews please visit

Review ☆ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ó Emma KavanaghThe Missing Hours

Review ✓ The Missing Hours 102 TraceA woman returns Twenty hours later Selena is found safe and well but with no memory of where she has beenWhat took p. So when an author you ve admired from their very first book hits the sweet spot in the writing and storytelling stakes it is a real moment of reading joy such as has just happened with Emma Kavanagh and The Missing Hours I was a huge fan of the previous two novels but this was a pretty much one sitting completely immersed practically inhaled read that actually I ve just put down And had to write about straight awayI could just leave it at that but I like to talk so I won tThe Missing Hours is told from multiple points of view has some fascinating characters I can t even pick one particularly to rave about so just assume they are all pretty perfect a fascinating background that of Kidnap and Ransom a really engaging and well plotted mystery story No I really had no idea so this author joins the ranks of the Got Liz with a twist brigade and is beautifully written throughoutLoved the brothersister police duo the Cole family were highly intriguing Emma Kavanagh has the magic touch when it comes to character study in The Missing Hours you have that tenfold probably why I had no idea as to the outcome I was too busy being caught up in the lives of these people and ok I guess I DID have a bit of a soft spot for Beck but the entire cast were utterly alluring Always a rocking good read when you actually careIt is gripping for me especially with relation to the little side pieces which I won t say too much about to avoid spoilers but I rattled through it in true grasshopper on acid fashion until the final pages With a perfectly placed atmospheric ending that just put the icing right on top of the already delicious cake The Missing Hours comes highly recommended from meYes it does

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Review ✓ The Missing Hours 102 Lace in those missing hours and are they linked to the discovery of a nearby murder ‘Is it a forgetting or a deception?. I ve read all of Emma Kavanagh s books so was intrigued to read this one tooThe book starts off really well and hooked me in pretty much straightaway Selena Cole a doctor is on a playground near her home with her children playing One moment all is well and the children are playing happily Next it cuts to the mother going missing and then turning up again a few hours later with no idea what had happened in those missing hours What plays out is a slow fed unfolding of a series of events leading up to those missing hours Again we re treated to Ms Kavanagh s terrific writing style her ability to get to the core of her characters and capture the emotion played out with each passing scene What I found really engaging was the exploration of the kidnapping and ransom scene that s very much a big part of the book I knew nothing of this world so it was a fascinating insight into the unknown and was clear that this topic had been well researched and interwoven well into the overall storylineFor me however this particular book didn t uite live up to the love I had for the first book Falling Whilst the story is really compelling in the beginning it fell slighly short for me during the middle section to then pick up interest levels in the last thirdIf you re a fan of Ms Kavanagh s previous works I don t think you d be disappointed here All the magic of emotional and character captivating storytelling is here and is worth your time for that Thanks to all those involved for my ARC Much appreciated

  • ebook
  • 400
  • The Missing Hours
  • Emma Kavanagh
  • English
  • 14 January 2018
  • 9781473535596