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by Heather Gudenkauf
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Ramblings of an Avid Reader
Ramblings of an Avid Reader rated it 6 years ago
Missing Pieces starts of with some unanswered questions, and just piles more and more of them on. Sarah Quinlan's husband Jack has been called back to his hometown, Penny Gate, Iowa. His aunt has had a horrific accident, and is in a coma. When Aunt Julia suddenly dies, Jack's family, most notably ...
Silver's Reviews
Silver's Reviews rated it 6 years ago
Penny Gate, Iowa, sounded like such a serene place, but Sarah found out it definitely was far from serene when it came to her husband's family.The Quinlans, and especially her husband, Jack, had many secrets about family accidents /murders that were 30 years apart. Sarah found out more about the se...
JDCMustReadBooks rated it 6 years ago
By: Heather Gudenkauf ISBN: 9780778318651 Publisher: Harlequin/MIRA Publication Date: 2/2/2016 Format: Hardover My Rating: 5 Stars + A special thank you to MIRA and NetGalley for an ARC in exchange for an honest review. A long-time fan of Heather Gudenkauf’s books, she returns following Little M...
It's a Mad Mad World
It's a Mad Mad World rated it 6 years ago
Jack and Sarah Quinlan have been married for 20 years, but during that time have they never travelled home to Penny Gate, Iowa where Jack grow up. But then his aunt Julia is in an accident and they quickly travel to Penny Gate to be by her side. For Sarah is this visitation the start of a nightmare....
Just a book blog
Just a book blog rated it 6 years ago
Sarah Quinlan's husband, Jack, returns to the place he grew up because his beloved aunt Julia is in a coma at the hospital after falling down the stairs. While at Penny Gate Jack is taken back to a time when his mother was found dead in the cellar of their family farm, a time he did not tell Sarah a...
My Never Ending List
My Never Ending List rated it 6 years ago
The story was layered and as I removed each layer to uncover the mystery, everyone seems innocent. A few individuals were pointing fingers at others, laying their evidence out on the line but those who were accused, I was leering about blaming. It couldn’t be that simple, right? No one really stuck ...
Celticlady's Reading Room
Celticlady's Reading Room rated it 6 years ago
Small town life can be so simple, so easy. A simple stroll down the sidewalk can turn into coffee with a friend. Neighbors look out for one another and are usually willing to lend a helping hand. Days flow into one another with pure simplicity, until something happens that shakes a small town to ...
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