... sharp and riveting ... take your psychological novel reading to a higher and deeper level ... I thoroughly enjoyed this extremely efficient narration pace. As the story develops, the chapters get shorter and shorter, making the story speed up and the suspense boil over with intensity. The last twelve chapters have a great number of twists and unexpected turns ... And to add to the suspense, the atmosphere of many scenes is extremely well conveyed ... The story is very much enriched by this rich psychological background, just like in the author’s three previous books. If you want to take your psychological thriller reading to a higher and deeper level, then you need to read Wendy Walker.
With heart pounding thrills and impressive twists, Wendy Walker’s newest thriller Don’t Look For Me is her best yet! A story told from two different viewpoints, on two separate, but interconnecting timelines, Walker keeps the tension level high from page one. For thriller lovers, this has everything: chills, dread, suspense, clever, and intricate plotting, and if you are like me, even the ever elusive out loud gasp! ... As in all of her books, Walker brings us very real, three dimensional characters throughout this tale of psychological suspense ... Don’t Look For Me will keep you glued to the pages, and it is just the right length for a weekend read.
... exemplary ... Chapters from Molly’s perspective that reveal her present whereabouts heighten the tension. Distinctive, well-developed characters complement the skillfully paced plot. This moving look at the bond between a mother and her children reinforces Walker’s place at the top of the genre.