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Kimberly Belle : THREE DAYS MISSING at Lake Elmo Library
I loved Kimberly Belle's novel The Marriage Lie. She is a great suspense/thriller writer. Come meet the author at Lake Elmo Library on Wednesday July 11th, 6:30. She'll discuss the writing process and all of her compelling novels.
You don't have to take my word for it, here's some well deserved review quotes:
"Kimberly Belle's Three Days Missing is her best book yet. And that's saying a lot. This one is vividly written, emotional, and engaging, with real, three-dimensional characters who will always keep you guessing. And the finale...it's a right cross to the reader's jaw I never saw coming. Buckle up and turn the pages as fast as you can. This one's a winner!" -David Bell, New York Times bestselling author of Somebody's Daughter and Bring Her Home"Three Days Missing is a highly entertaining thriller with crisp writing, believable characters, and a plot that delivers... I almost swallowed this book in one sitting." -Julia Heaberlin, internationally bestselling author of Black-Eyed Susans"Readers who were riveted by Belle's The Marriage Lie will be entertained by this suspenseful tale of love, jealousy, guilt, and betrayal."-Library Journal
"Gripping and compelling with great characterization, Three Days Missing is a first-class read."-B.A. Paris, New York Times bestselling author of Behind Closed Doors"A missing child, a ticking clock-every parent's worst nightmare come true. Kimberly Belle delivers the goods-a rocket-paced story with a heart that will keep you riveted through every hairpin twist and turn. Breathless suspense!" -Lisa Unger, New York Times bestselling author of The Red Hunter"Kimberly Belle delivers Three Days Missing with a powerful punch and a skillfully twisting plot that flings you headlong into a riveting conclusion that you'll never see coming."-Chevy Stevens, New York Times bestselling author of Never Let You Go
"Kimberly Belle's Three Days Missing is exactly what you want in a thriller-riveting, edge-of-your-seat storytelling. When an eight-year-old is kidnapped from a remote Georgia campground, two seemingly opposite mothers fight to recover the boy. Every minute counts as Belle keeps the story racing to its gripping end, but the most intriguing element of the book is the interplay between disparate characters. Belle resists easy conclusions and nearly every relationship-be it spouse, family, friend, or foe-doubles down on its intricacies during the course of the action, making readers acutely aware of the unfathomable space between ourselves and others. Absolutely unputdownable. I couldn't let go of this book until I'd devoured the last page."-Mindy Mejia, author of Everything You Want Me to Be