Remembering Sarah A Thriller Author:Chris Mooney With a blizzard closing in, Mike Sullivan defies his wife's anxious warnings and takes their six-year-old daughter Sarah sledding. Mike waits at the bottom of a precariously steep hill as stubbornly independent Sarah races up the slope with a friend. But she never comes back down. Mike now lives out every parent's worst nightmare. His daughter ... more »has vanished. His marriage is falling apart. And investigators are unable to pin their only suspect, a local defrocked priest, with any crime. But is the key to Sarah's disappearance hidden in the turmoil and despair that is burying Mike alive? Or is it in his family's troubled past? One person holds the terrifying secret....« less
I really liked this book. I had it on my shelf for awhile and one day I decided to read it. WOW!! It was great. It really kept drawn in from start to finish. The story line has several little twist that you won't see coming. I would highly recomend this book to anyone.
Finalist 2005 Edgar Award for Best Mystery Novel. Amazing book. I've read dozens of abducted children mysteries and I didn't see this ending coming. It has well-developed believable characters, with human frailities and almost uncomfortably realistic emotions and reactions.
Captures you from the first, about half way through it takes a turn and you wonder where it's going--but hold on---it takes another turn and then you think 'oh ok now I know what's going on' BUT WAIT it takes another turn--wow! very well written
This is a fast book, it is somewhat fragmented and even though it was very interesting I was looking forward to it to end so that piece it all together. Thankfully the end does clear some things up. It certainly is a mystery, just a little different than others I have rad by this author.