She's Not There | Penguin Random House Canada
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She’s Not There

Publisher: Seal Books

From the New York Times bestselling author of Someone Is Watching comes this novel of psychological suspense about a woman whose life takes a shocking turn when a young girl contacts her, claiming to be her daughter who was kidnapped in Mexico years earlier.

A lifetime ago, every year Caroline Shipley looked forward to her wedding anniversary. But then a celebratory trip to Mexico for the occasion with her husband and friends ended in the unsolved kidnapping of her infant daughter, Samantha. Now, fifteen years after that horrific time, divorced and isolated, Caroline is forced to relive the kidnapping by reporters who call every year on the anniversary of Samantha's disappearance. However, this year when the phone rings, Caroline hears the sweet voice of a girl claiming to be her long-lost daughter.
     Plunged back into the world of heartbreak, suspicion and questions that led the case to run cold so many years ago, Caroline doesn't know what or who to believe. But when she starts to figure it out, she finds the answers dangerously close to home.

From the Trade Paperback edition.


National Bestseller

"Exciting reading. . . . She's Not There is an entertaining read as well as an informative one. . . . Joy Fielding writes about a horrible situation but she leaves you with a feeling of completeness." —The Huffington Post

"This taut, psychological story is Fielding at her finest. Readers will not be able to put it down." ―Booklist
"Fielding deftly weaves a thrilling tale that infuses the past and the present as she delves into the moments before, during, and after the kidnapping of a little girl in Mexico. With her expert storytelling, she unravels the layers of her characters, along with the layers of her intricate plot, which will keep readers engaged." ―The Romantic Times

From the Trade Paperback edition.