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Three Days Missing by Kimberly Belle Book Review

Three Days Missing by Kimberly Belle Book Review Really Into This Goodreads

Three Days Missing by Kimberly Belle Book Review

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Publication Date June 26, 2018

It’s every parent’s worst nightmare: the call that comes in the middle of the night.

When Kat Jenkins awakens to the police on her doorstep, her greatest fear is realized. Her nine-year-old son, Ethan, is missing—vanished from the cabin where he’d been on an overnight field trip with his class. Shocked and distraught, Kat rushes to the campground where he was last seen. But she’s too late; the authorities have returned from their search empty-handed after losing Ethan’s trail in the mountain forest.

Another mother from the school, Stef Huntington, seems like she has it all: money, prominence in the community, a popular son and a loving husband. She hardly knows Kat, except for the vicious gossip that swirls around Kat’s traumatic past. But as the police investigation unfolds, Ethan’s disappearance will have earth-shattering consequences in Stef’s own life—and the paths of these two mothers are about to cross in ways no one could have anticipated.

Racing against the clock, their desperate search for answers begins—one where the greatest danger could lie behind the everyday smiles of those they trust the most.

Three Days Missing by Kimberly Belle Book Review

I honestly cannot remember reading a book that paced like clockwork. I LOVE suspense. Do you remember the movie with Johnny Depp, Nick of Time? Someone kidnaps Johnny’s daughter & he races to find her. 90 minutes flies by in a second. Three Days Missing is the same. Lounging poolside, I began reading it & DID NOT STOP until the last page.

This Book Needs to be a Movie – Pronto

I’ve heard so many good things about The Marriage Lie & I’m ordering it TODAY! Kimberly Belle knows how to keep me on my toes & I can’t wait to read more from her.

Three Days Missing is relatable in that we’ve all had that moment of intense fear when our child, pet or someone we love is missing. I loved how Kimberly didn’t get bogged down in Kat’s feelings. Her character moves into hyperdrive when her fight response kicks as soon as she knows her son is missing.

Once the paths of Kat & Stef cross, the plotline really ramps up. My eyes got so big during a certain part, I re-read a few pages. I was shook! You’ll know the part if you read Three Days Missing!


I am Really Into This book! Three Days Missing is fast-paced, thrilling, addictive & heart racing. As soon as I started, I did not let up until the ending. Get your towel & some sunscreen because as soon as you read the first chapter, you’ll be hooked too! Three Days Missing is an enjoyable summer thrill ride.

Be sure to check out all the books on Sarah’s Summer Poolside Reading List!

Special thanks to Kimberly Belle, Harlequin/Park Row Books & NetGalley for providing our copy in exchange for an honest & fair review.

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Three Days Missing by Kimberly Belle Book Review Author Bio Kimberly Belle
Kimberly Belle

I grew up in Kingsport, Tennessee, a small town in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains. A gorgeous area, but back then I couldn’t find an ounce of beauty in the blue ridges and winding country roads. I was too focused on planning my escape, which I made to Atlanta to attend Agnes Scott College, a liberal arts school for women.

It was in Atlanta I met the Dutchman, who whisked me off to the Netherlands. What was meant to be a six-month stay turned into twelve freezing but fabulous years, during which I began checking off the countries on my to-see list. All these years later, I’ve still not seen them all.

Living abroad changed me in ways I can’t count, and though I don’t have the passport to prove it, I am in my heart and soul half Dutch. I know the culture, I speak the language like a native, I love that country like my own.

Fifteen years ago, the Dutchman and I moved back to Atlanta with our two children, but every chance I get, I hop a plane to Amsterdam so I can stick my toes in sandy Dutch soil.

Momma, wife, baker, reader & smart ass. I am Really Into doughnuts, inside jokes, trash TV, pizza, 48 Hours & George Michael.

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