Abduction by Gillian Jackson


What do you do when the unthinkable happens? 

8 August, 2000 

A carefree birthday party goes horribly wrong. The children scatter to play hide and seek. 

But one little girl never returns. 

Three-year-old Grace has vanished without a trace.

Fourteen years later 

With the case long-since gone cold, Grace’s family have done their best to move on. But her sister, Elise, has never given up hope. 

And now Elise thinks she may have found her… Is Elise going crazy?

Could Grace really have returned? And if she has, where was she taken…? 

ABDUCTION is a page-turning kidnapping mystery which confronts every parent’s worst nightmare. This emotional psychological thriller will stay with you long after the pages have turned.

My Review

Aside from the poor editing the plot was fantastic, telling the story of an abduction and how it affects the family members who suffer in the aftermath for years and sometimes for the rest of their life.

With no closure the family, especially the siblings are on a constant hunt for their lost sister. No matter what the event, holiday party, business meeting with new colleagues, schools and even on TV, they’re always scanning for a glimpse of someone that could look like the missing child.

The story is heart-wrenching but with a happy ending that I won’t spoil, if not for the editing, I would have give this read 5 stars.

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