The Girl You Lost: A gripping psychological thriller - Kathryn Croft

Simone and Matt Porter's six-month-old daughter, Helena, was abducted eighteen years ago. Although they have stayed together and still love each other very much, the pain of having their baby taken has never left them. Then out of the blue a young woman named Grace finds Simone and tells her she has information regarding her missing daughter. But just like that Grace disappears too.


Not long into it, and mostly throughout the whole book, I was asking myself one question - why aren't the police involved? Everyone seemed relatively calm given the circumstances. Things became repetitious and convenient. The point in the book where I knew there was going to be no redemption for the story was inside Ivy Whitehouse's place. There got to be so many characters I had to stop and think who they were. It was predictable and lackluster.