"Joy Fielding may be the maven of domestic terror"
Keenly observed psychological detail and brethtaking suspense combine to make this Fielding's best novel yet.
I really liked this book. It had me hooked right away, telling of a terrible occurrence without specifics. I was eager to know what had happened & to whom it had happened.
The characters were all interesting and I stayed curious to know more about each person as I continued to read this book.
I would love to say more, but I don't want to give anything away. I will say that I loved the references to the title "Missing Pieces," and the way it related to so many of the characters.
Family therapist Kate Sinclair repairs other people's troubled lives, all the while seeming to revel in her picture-perfect marriage and handsome home. But a closer look reveals that things are not as they seem. When her half-sister JoLynn announces plans to marry a man on trial for the murder of 13 women who have gone missing in the Palm Beach area, Kate's house of cards begins tumbling down. To say that nothing will ever be the same again is an understatement of the highest order.
Psychological detail and suspensecombine to make this another winner for this author.