Have You Seen Her? by Dea Poirier

Published: September 19, 2023
Genre: Psychological Thriller
Pages: 292
KKECReads Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
I received a copy of this book for free, and I leave my review voluntarily.

Dea (D.H) Poirier is the author of NEXT GIRL TO DIE, which hit #1 in the Amazon charts and the bestselling thriller FIND ME IN THE DARK. She was raised in Edmond, Oklahoma, where she got her start writing in creative writing courses. She attended The University of Central Oklahoma for Computer Science. Later, she spent time living on both coasts, and traveling the United States, before finally putting down roots in Central Florida. She now resides somewhere between Disney and the swamp.

My sister Eviana has it all – a wonderful husband, a beautiful home and a successful career.

Then one day, she disappears into thin air.

Scratching beneath the surface of her picture-perfect life, I discover that everything isn’t quite as wonderful as it seems. Eviana was receiving threatening messages. She was hiding something.

Something with deadly consequences.

I get the feeling that Simon knows more than he’s admitting. But then again, so do I. Because my sister and I have a secret. A secret so dark we have kept it hidden all our lives.

“One can never have too many alibis.”

Holy cannoli, Batman, and Robin. This was such a deviously twisted and lusciously layered story. My brain is struggling to process what I just read.

The characters were brilliantly developed, and their traits were blinding. Blair is our somewhat unreliable narrator, and her perspective is terrifying. Evianna was an intriguing yet profoundly complex character. The dynamic between this sisterly bond is dangerous and deadly at worst.

The build for this book was intense. I was on the edge of my seat, struggling to figure out which way was up, who to trust, and pushing myself to read faster.

The free fall that is the twist in this book is shocking. Dea can bring a story to life and make her readers feel like they are right there experiencing the chaos with the characters.

When I think I couldn’t be a bigger fan of Dea, she publishes a new novel that leaves me gobsmacked.

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