Little One by Sarah A. Denzil

Little One
.ePUB, 323 pages
Expected publication: January 14th 2021 
ARC provided by Victory Editing NetGalley Co-op

About the Book:
Fran finds her standing by the swings. A little girl, Esther, no older than seven years old, by herself in the dead of night, her pretty but old-fashioned yellow dress covered in grass stains and her hair dishevelled. She says she's waiting for Father, and that strikes Fran as particularly odd. After Esther is reunited with her family, Fran can't stop thinking about this pious child whose imaginary friend is God. Fran's instincts tell her something is very wrong. Why does Esther keep running away from home, and how did she get that bruise on her leg? Fran's husband warns her not to get too close, but one morning, Esther and her family disappear. Where did they go? Why did they leave their furniture behind? Fran knows in her gut that something terrible is going to happen to that child, and she can't stand by while it happens. No matter the cost. After all, she found her. But can she save her?

My Review:
Sarah A. Denzil has done it yet again, written a suspenseful book where the pages practically turned themselves. This is my fourth book by this author and every book was a four star read. Ms. Denzil has a way of writing a book and sucking the reader into the story by making you care about the characters...flaws and all.

There I was, in my reading chair, flipping pages and then BAM! Ms. Denzil shocks me, yes me, who figures a lot of things out before the book is over. This book was so great and makes me want to buy all the rest of Sarah A. Denzil's library! This book was such a quick and enjoyable read, I couldn't put it down. The story was so well written and the reveal got me. I love a good domestic thriller and this one was perfect for that.

Thank you NetGalley, Sarah A. Denzil and Victory Editing NetGalley Co-op for the opportunity to read this book in exchange for an impartial review; all opinions are my own.

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