The Lost and the Found by Cat Clarke
Published by Crown Books on September 13, 2016
Source: ARC from publisher for review
Synopsis from Goodreads:
THE LOST: When six-year-old Laurel Logan was abducted, the only witness was her younger sister, Faith.
Since then, Faith’s childhood has revolved around her sister’s disappearance—from her parents’ broken marriage and the constant media attention, to dealing with so-called friends who only ever want to talk about her missing sister.
THE FOUND: Now, thirteen years later, a young woman is found in the front yard of the Logans’ old house, disoriented and clutching the teddy bear Laurel was last seen with. Can her sister finally be back?
Faith always dreamed of her sister coming home; she just never believed it would happen. But soon a disturbing series of events leaves Faith increasingly isolated from her family and paranoid about her sister’s motives.
Before long, Faith begins to wonder if it’s the abduction that’s changed her sister, or if it’s something else. . . .
Review of The Lost and the Found by Cat Clarke
There was a lot I did like The Lost and the Found.
The Lost and the Found is fairly slow-paced -- enough so that it may bother some readers. I didn't mind the fact that it moved slowly, but must admit that at times I looked at the chunk of pages I'd read and thought "wow, not much has happened." I wouldn't call it a thriller -- the suspense is subtle and builds very gradually to a conclusion.
Recommended if you don't mind slow-building suspense!