Review: The Summer She Disappeared by Carissa Ann Lynch

In THE SUMMER SHE DISAPPEARED Carissa Ann Lynch delivers a pulse-pounding,fast paced thriller that switches between past and present, blurring the lines of a decades old missing person case. 

Willow Roberts has returned to the town where she spent all of her childhood summers to fix up the lakeside cabin she inherited after her parents death. The place that had once been her escape, her safe place, changed twenty years ago when her best friend, Kathi Jo, disappeared without a trace. Willow’s return kicks off a series of unsettling events that have her questioning everything she thought she knew about that tragic time in her life. She can trust no one, not even her own memories. 

With her trademark twists and turns, Lynch keeps you on edge all the way until the final chapter. I have yet to guess the ending of one of Lynch’s books and THE SUMMER SHE DISAPPEARED delivered another holy crap moment at the end. 

Also, I love dual timeline stories that create a sense of nostalgia within me and the 90s references were so perfectly on point in this book. Like reading about my own teenage years.

This book releases on February 28th and you need a copy.

Thanks to the publisher for the advance reading copy. 

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