Reported Missing – Sarah Wray

Another Bookouture release! Happy release day to Sarah Wray’s REPORTED MISSING.

This thriller is slower paced than most and is very character driven. When Rebecca’s husband disappears at the same time as a local teenage girl, questions are raised as to if this is actually a case of kidnapping.


My Thoughts: 3.5/5 stars!

Another Bookouture thriller release. REPORTED MISSING by Sarah Wray was one that had my interest after reading the description. Two disappearances – a man and a teenage girl – are they connected? Was she kidnapped? I always love these kinds of thrillers, they usually have a more life like feel.

A few months ago, Rebecca’s husband, Chris, disappeared. At the same time 13 year old Kayleigh also disappeared. Talk about an incredible coincidence? Well, the police and the small town don’t seem to think so. As more parallels between Chris and Kayleigh are discovered, Rebecca is determined to uncover the truth.

his had a solid story and plot line to it. Sarah Wray has a great writing style and I really enjoyed it – a great debut That being said, I felt like the story really dragged in parts. It is a very character driven novel – so there’s a lot of focus on Rebecca. Don’t get me wrong, that’s not a bad thing, just not what I was expecting from a thriller.

I loved the writing and the plot, if the pace was a little faster then I would have enjoyed it a lot more!


A big thanks to Bookouture and Netgalley for sending me an advanced copy in exchange for my honest review!

I’m always excited to see what Bookouture will come out with next!


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