What a great suspense to read, YOU"LL NEVER KNOW, DEAR
written by Hallie Ephron is one that you will not want to
miss! This novel has one mystery after another that keeps
you guessing and just when you thought you figured it out,
it turns out not to be what you think. A story with a lot of
secrets is the best kind to read.
Two sisters are playing outside in the yard one day with
their porcelain dolls when a little dog runs by. The oldest
sister, Lissie runs after it. When she returns she finds her
four-year-old sister Janey, missing along with Janey's
look-alike doll. Now forty years later when their mother,
Miss Sorrel, also the maker of the dolls, gets an answer to
an ad she puts in the paper for a cash reward for the
missing the doll. This is the first time since the ad was
placed every year on the anniversary of Janey's
disappearance. There is more to her missing, and where has
this doll be all a long? All these years later Lissie still
blames herself but then secrets come out and you'll never
know what you will find hiding behind closed doors.
What an awesome writer of suspense Hallie Ephron is and this
novel testifies to it. I couldn't wait to get home from work
to read as I find it hard to put down. Make no mistake; this
is one you will not want to miss. YOU'LL NEVER KNOW, DEAR
written by Hallie Ephron is one to put on your list!
An addictive novel of psychological suspense from the
award-winning author of Night Night, Sleep Tight, about
three generations of women haunted by a little girlâ€™s
disappearance, and the porcelain doll that may hold the
key to the truth . . .
Seven-year-old Lissie Woodham and her four-year-old
sister Janey were playing with their porcelain dolls in
the front yard when an adorable puppy scampered by. Eager
to pet the pretty dog, Lissie chased after the pup as it
ran down the street. When she returned to the yard,
Janeyâ€™s precious doll was gone . . . and so was Janey.
Forty years after Janey went missing, Lisâ€”now a mother
with a college-age daughter of her ownâ€”still blames
herself for what happened. Every year on the anniversary
of her sisterâ€™s disappearance, their mother, Miss Sorrel,
places a classified ad in the local paper with a picture
of the toy Janey had with her that dayâ€”a one-of-a-kind
porcelain dollâ€”offering a generous cash reward for its
return. For years, thereâ€™s been no response. But this
year, the doll came home.
It is the first clue in a decades-old mystery that is
about to turn into something far more sinisterâ€”
endangering Lis and the lives of her mother and daughter
as well. Someone knows the truth about what happened all
those years ago, and is desperate to keep it hidden.