Monday, November 14, 2011

Never Knowing - Chevy Stevens

Publisher:  St. Martin's Press
Pages:  352
Source:  Copy received from publisher for review
Genre:  Adult Thriller

I read and thoroughly enjoyed Chevy Steven's book "Still Missing".  In my opinion this book took the suspense up a notch. 
Sara Gallagher was adopted at a very young age.  Then her adoptive parents had two biological daughters.  Suddenly Sara begins to feel like an outsider.  As she grows older her desire to learn about her biological parents becomes so strong she hires a private investigator.  By this time she has a fiance, Evan, and a six year old daughter Ally.  Sara finally discovers who her mother is.  Her mother wants nothing to do with her.  She learns the reason for this is because of who her biological father is.  Sara's mother Julia has been in hiding for years.  She is the only surviving victim of John the Campsite Killer.  Sara learns that she was a product of that attack.  The police have been after him for a long time.  Suddenly, thanks to the press, he finds out about her and begins contacting her.  This puts her, Evan and Ally all in harms way.  The police want her to help them bring him in.  The tension in this book made it better than her first one.  I really enjoy reading work by this author.  I look forward to more.  Oh.... You're wondering if she helped the police or if her father tracked her down?  Maybe you should ask her therapist as this book is told similar to "Still Missing" through her conversations with her therapist.  Go ahead, track down a copy and read it now.

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