Review: Missing Rebecca by John Worsley Simpson

Title: Missing Rebecca
Author: John Worsley Simpson
ISBN: 9-781475-266603

Reviewed by Jo Linsdell

"Death and deception. After a whirlwind romance, Liam and Rebecca marry, knowing almost nothing of each other's backgrounds. Only months later, on an afternoon shopping trip to a mall in the Buffalo, New York, suburb of Cheektowaga, Rebecca vanishes, seemingly abducted. Or did she make herself disappear? Was the marriage a sham? Was Liam a dupe? This is a novel of high crimes and dark shadows, involving the immensely profitable drug industry in which exclusive access to the market for a medication can mean billions of dollars, and holding on to that exclusivity might lead to lies, deceit, corruption, payoffs, and even murder."

A good read that will keep you guessing as to who the biggest bad guy is throughout. Lots of story twists and an unexpected turn of events at the end.

Kidnapping, corruption, blackmail, murder... this book has it all.



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