She’s Not There.

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      HOFFERT, B. She’s Not There. Library Journal, [s. l.], v. 140, n. 15, p. 50, 2015. Disponível em: Acesso em: 26 maio. 2020.
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      Hoffert B. She’s Not There. Library Journal. 2015;140(15):50. Accessed May 26, 2020.
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      Hoffert, B. (2015). She’s Not There. Library Journal, 140(15), 50.
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      Hoffert, Barbara. 2015. “She’s Not There.” Library Journal 140 (15): 50.
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      Hoffert, B. (2015) ‘She’s Not There’, Library Journal, 140(15), p. 50. Available at: (Accessed: 26 May 2020).
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      Hoffert, Barbara. “She’s Not There.” Library Journal 140, no. 15 (September 15, 2015): 50.
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Booklist Reviews 2016 February #1

Twelve years ago, Caroline Shipley had it all: a hardworking husband and two precious girls. When an anniversary trip to Mexico results in a nightmare, her world is turned upside down. Her daughter Samantha is kidnapped, and the trail runs cold. Caroline is painted as a pariah by the media and forced to relive the disappearance every year after. Her marriage dissolves, and her relationship with her remaining daughter, Michelle, is strained. Then one day, she receives a call from a young woman claiming to be Samantha. Is she? Isn't she? Either way, Caroline's life and the lives of those around her are about to change drastically as Caroline struggles to figure out who she can and cannot believe. Clearly a takeoff on the real-life disappearance of Madeleine McCann in Portugal, this taut, psychological story is Fielding at her finest. Readers will not be able to put it down. Copyright 2014 Booklist Reviews.

LJ Reviews 2015 September #2

While Carole Shipley and her husband were celebrating their wedding anniversary in Mexico, their infant daughter was kidnapped. Fifteen years later, the now divorced Carole gets a call from a young woman claiming to be her daughter. From the New York Times best-selling author of Someone Is Watching.

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