[The Missing Hours] EBOOK NEW

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  • The Missing Hours
  • Emma Kavanagh
  • English
  • 28 March 2019
  • 9781473535596

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The Missing Hours Characters ✓ 0 Free read Ñ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook î Emma Kavanagh Emma Kavanagh î 0 Free read Lace in those missing hours and are they linked to the discovery of a nearby murder ‘Is it a forgetting or a deception?. The Missing Hours was my first Emma Kavanagh read and I m not entirely sure what I think For me it was a case of up and down I never really got into the story as much as I d hoped to yet at the same time I found it to be a decent readThe story is made up of two mysteries a missing person who returns uickly and a murder From the get go it is obvious that the two crimes are related in some way yet you are not sure how Whilst I love interconnected crimes I prefer it when it is less obvious that one event is so directly related to another It meant I was constantly looking for the how when I prefer the sudden heart stopping moment of a revelation Despite the obvious link between the two it was fun to see how the crime unfolded Following two police officers the focus flickers from the one mystery to the other Between these chapters we re also given information pertaining to the lives of some of the characters seeing aspects of their job leaving us with uestions about what was going onWhilst it was a lot of fun to watch these things come together I found it exceptionally difficult to get into I m not entirely sure why this was but it took me much longer to reach the point of enjoyment than it usually does Partly I think this is because of the speed For me things were rather slow Moreover whilst there was a mystery to uncover there wasn t much by the way of action Things happened but nothing stopped the heartOverall it was an okay read yet I wasn t crazy about itAs a final note I would like to thank NetGalley and the publisher for allowing me to read this

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The Missing Hours Characters ✓ 0 Free read Ñ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook î Emma Kavanagh Emma Kavanagh î 0 Free read TraceA woman returns Twenty hours later Selena is found safe and well but with no memory of where she has beenWhat took p. Its not my week this week Yet another author I love and get so engrossed in her stories and I had a hard job keeping up I thought it was my painkillers affecting my brain being whoozy until I read a few other peoples reviewsIt took me half the book to really grow into this one It was worth it in the end but boy oh boy I had to plough There were so many things in this material that really waffled on and didn t really need to be thereTHIS AUTHOR IS A FANTASTIC author I look forward to each of her books but whether she rushed this one or had a deadline to meet who knows but something shows that something wasn t up to speedI have given it 4 stars and the reason for this is I stayed with it If it were someone else they may have given up and missed the best bits towards the end but because I read to review I feel that its my duty if you like to finish a book That doesn t mean I won t look out for her next oneThanks to Random House UK Cornerstone via Net Galley for my copy sorry I am late with my review

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The Missing Hours Characters ✓ 0 Free read Ñ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook î Emma Kavanagh Emma Kavanagh î 0 Free read A woman disappears One moment Selena Cole is in the playground with her children and the next she has vanished without a. The Missing Hours by Emma Kavanagh is a thriller read that is told from multiple points of view throughout the story There is also bit of reports mails etc between the chapters that pertain to what is going on in the story at any given timeThe book starts off with a little girl at a playground who has wandered off from her mother and younger sibling but when she returns her mother is nowhere to be found This opens up an investigation introducing one of the detectives in the storyNow after a reader starts learning of the missing woman another case comes up when the body of a murdered lawyer is found and there s a second investigation started Detective Constable Leah Mackay and her brother Detective Sergeant Finn Hale have each been given one of the cases and as they delve into them there starts to be clues that maybe these aren t separate eventsThe general idea of this story sounds like one that would have grabbed me right from the opening and have the pages flying by but that simply wasn t the case with this book It wasn t a bad read but it never really gripped me and hooked me into the story It s really an incredibly slow paced read which is always a struggle for me but I think having all the extra reports and things between chapters slowed it even leaving me struggling to finish In the end this one just wasn t my style leaving me to rate it at 25 stars but I m sure others out there will love it than I didI received an advance copy from the publisher via NetGalleyFor reviews please visit