Wherever She Goes

Wherever She Goes

Large Print - 2019
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""Few crimes are reported as quickly as a snatched kid." That's what the officer tells single mother Aubrey Finch after she reports a kidnapping. So why hasn't anyone reported the little boy missing? Aubrey knows what she saw: a boy being taken against his will from the park. It doesn't matter that the mother can't be found. It doesn't matter if no one reported it. Aubrey knows he's missing. Instead, people question her sanity. Aubrey hears the whispers. She's a former stay-at-home mom who doesn't have primary custody of her daughter, so there must be something wrong with her, right? Others may not understand her decision to walk away from her safe life at home, but years of hiding her past - even from the people she loves - were taking their toll, and Aubrey knows she can't be the mother or wife she envisions until she learns to leave her secrets behind. When the police refuse to believe her, she realizes that rescuing the boy is up to her alone. But after all the secrets, how far is she willing to go? Even to protect a child"-- Provided by publisher.
Publisher: Farmington Hills, Mich : Wheeler Publishing, a part of Gale, a Cengage Company 2019
Edition: Large print edition
Copyright Date: ©2019
ISBN: 9781432870409
Branch Call Number: LP MF ARMSTRONG
Characteristics: 421 pages (large print) ; 22 cm
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Sep 14, 2020

I enjoyed my afternoon reading this novel which appealed to me more than the Rockton novel I had read previously. The author's writing style had changed for the better even though her main female character came across as slightly neurotic at first. Her many reflections became annoying, but as the story progressed with her sleuthing in trying to find the missing boy, these became less frequent. This was a stand alone novel - not part of a series.

Apr 21, 2020

If you're looking for a fast-paced, psychological thriller, this is the read for you. It moves quick, the story is engaging and it's a fast read. I don't feel its as good as some of Kelley Armstrong's series (Casey Duncan or Cainsville) where you really get to know the characters, however she has a great formula for writing stories that keep you hooked to the end!

Mar 24, 2020

Aubrey meets a young mother and her son in the park only to witness the boy being kidnapped a week later. When the cops fail to take her seriously, she sets out to find the missing boy facing personal challenges and danger that pulls her family into it as well. Couldn't stop listening once I started. the Narrator, Therese Plummer did a fantastic job. Highly recommend.

Feb 20, 2020

Did not complete.

Jan 24, 2020

Fast read, the romance part is a bit melodramatic and fake.

Sep 08, 2019

Good read right to the end. Recommend.

Jun 30, 2019

It’s a heartbreaking set-up for Aubrey Finch. She is separated from her husband, Jack, and their daughter Charlotte who is living with him. Aubrey is the one who left her beautiful child and home behind for a dumpy apartment but generous visitation rights with Charlotte. With only a high school diploma, Aubrey considers herself fortunate to have landed a job in a library. Aubrey blames herself for the disintegration of her marriage and refuses all monetary offers from Jack.
Psychological mysteries such as Wherever She Goes are about my least favorite mystery/thriller, just above cooking and old lady sleuths. However Wherever She Goes is written by Kelley Armstrong. C’mon, it’s Kelly Armstrong! I’m as likely to pass on reading one of her books as I am to give up chocolate for Lent. After all, she is the author of two series that are in my permanent top seven.
Aubrey’s story gets even worse when she witnesses a small child being kidnapped. A child she and Charlotte had met only the day before playing in the park where they like to play. So Aubrey knows nothing about the boy or his mother. No one believes Aubrey; not the yummy mummies, not the police, nor her husband who just seems to be humoring her.
For a stay-at-home mom, Aubrey seems to have some mad investigative and physical skills. These seem to be related to her past she has hidden from her husband; much to the detriment and likely end to her marriage. Jack is already dating the perfect woman.
Aubrey puts her skills to use, she’s not about to abandon the small boy, but even Aubrey isn’t prepared for the tangled and dangerous web she discovers.
Aubrey is a tenacious, fierce woman, but she is the only well-developed character. The others serve only to move the story along and to reflect the lioness that is Aubrey. Eventually Jack shows some quiet strength in his dealings with Aubrey and the villains.
Wherever She Goes is fast-paced with some surprising character twists and certainly kept my attention. The story was told from Aubrey’s POV, and she told a straight-up story. When she finally needed to face her past, she owned it, used it, and tried to forgive herself. Armstrong has always excelled in flawed female characters, Aubrey Finch is no exception.

debwalker Jun 22, 2019

When the unreliable narrator witnesses a kidnapping


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