Today I’m delighted to share the latest of my online reviews with My Weekly. This time it’s Five Days Missing by Caroline Corcoran.
Five Days Missing was published by Harper Collins imprint Avon on 17th February 2022 and is available for purchase through the links here.
Five Days Missing
‘I did this. The most awful thing…’
Romilly disappeared hours after giving birth, leaving behind her baby. Now, those closest to her rally around to look after the little girl, and to figure out what drove Romilly to do such a thing.
Her husband Marc has an explanation that makes total sense. But is the easiest solution always the right one? And does someone in Romilly’s tight circle know more than they are letting on?
As secrets spill out and old ties are tested to their limits, one thing is clear: the truth will come out. The question is, who will still be alive to hear it?
A twist-filled, emotional tale of dark pasts and even darker secrets – perfect for fans of Adele Parks and Heidi Perks.
My Review of Five Days Missing
My full review of Five Days Missing can be found on the My Weekly website here.
However, here I can say that Five Days Missing is a disturbing and exciting narrative that ensnares the reader from the very first page and doesn’t let go!
About Caroline Corcoran
Caroline Corcoran’s first novel, Through The Wall, came out in October 2019. It was a Sunday Times top 20 bestseller and translated into numerous foreign languages. Her second book, The Baby Group, published in September 2020.
As well as writing books, Caroline is a freelance lifestyle and popular culture journalist who has written and edited for most of the top magazines, newspapers and websites in the UK.