Friday, November 18, 2016
Never Missing Never Found, by Amanda Panitch
Years later, Scarlett thinks she has moved on. But when a young woman at her new job in an amusement park goes missing, Scarlett is forced to re-live these memories. And as the events unfold, she finds that the woman's disappearance is hardly coincidental. A face from the past has returned to haunt her. Subplots involving a love triangle and rivalries between Scarlett and her sister complicate the picture.
It pretty much all comes together in the end, but for most of the read I struggled to link it all (and it took some pretty major plot twists to get to that point!). The twists are a bit improbable and so I'm not sure I liked where we ended up, but it is a sufficiently creepy (and depressing) ending. Probably better enjoyed by the targeted young and mopey.