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When the body of a newborn is
discovered in the woods fringing the campus of a local university,
the residents of Ridgedale, New Jersey, are shocked but have plenty
of opinions on how such a terrible event could happen.
Although she has some serious
misgivings about taking the assignment, feelance journalist Molly
Sanderson agrees to cover the story for the local newspaper. Molly
recently has lost a child herself and her investigation is going to
resurrect some painful memories.
As she begins questioning the
authorities and local inhabitants of Ridgedale, Molly quickly
discovers there are plenty of secrets behind the white picket fences
of this idyllic community.
Told from the perspectives of three
very different women, the reader, along with Molly, will untangle the
sad story of the infant’s death. Kimberley McCreight’s debut, Reconstructing Amelia, received a lot of critical acclaim and
was nominated for some prestigious literary awards. Where They
Found Her is another powerful psychological suspense story that
will take the reader on an emotional roller coaster ride.