Remembering Sarah

Remembering Sarah Review

With a blizzard closing in, Mike Sullivan defies his wife's anxious warnings and takes their six-year-old daughter Sarah sledding. Mike waits at the bottom of a precariously steep hill as stubbornly independent Sarah races up the slope with a friend. But she never comes back down.Mike now lives out every parent's worst nightmare. His daughter has vanished. His marriage is falling apart. And investigators are unable to pin their only suspect, a local defrocked priest, with any crime. But is the key to Sarah's disappearance hidden in the turmoil and despair that is burying Mike alive? Or is it in his family's troubled past? One person holds the terrifying secret....

Title:Remembering Sarah
Edition Language:English

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  • Jo

    4.5 starsSuperb read! I really loved Mike. He reminded me a lot of my husband. Not the angry, violent part, but the great dad part. Chris Mooney really portrayed a parent's worst nightmare. How fine i...

  • Dara S.

    I did not figure out the ending. Great thriller! Very believable....

  • Gina

    Mike Sullivan just wants his 6 year old daughter, Sarah, to grow up strong and independent, which is becoming next to impossible, because his wife, Jess, is increasingly becoming more and more overpro...

  • miteypen

    I’m a fast reader, but usually if I finish a book in one day, it’s because I did a lot of skimming. Not so with this book. It was such a pleasure to read that I kept on going. The pacing was excel...

  • Linda  Branham Greenwell

    A little girl disappears - and creates discord in the parents. The father cannot give up learning what happened. The mother, moves away. Father Jonah is accused of the disappearance - and the father, ...

  • Lainy

    Mike Sullivan just wants his 6 year old daughter to have a normal life which causes arguments between him and his wife who is an overprotective mother. Mike pays the ultimate price for his daughters f...

  • Linda Strong

    One of my favorite authors, Chris Mooney published this book in 2004 as a stand-alone. Sarah is a 6-year-old little girl who talks her daddy into taking her sledding... much against her mother's wishe...

  • Jay Rossi

    With some books, you reach the end and you set it aside and contemplate how much you liked or not liked it. With others, you finish and keep checking to make sure there are not more pages because you ...

  • Christine Braybrook

    What an amazing story about the connection between a father and daughter..how he never gave up looking for her after she went missing when she was younger. One certainly to read....

  • Brian O'Leary

    Best book about child abduction, sticks with you, haunting....