The Girl Who Was Taken by Charlie Donlea

The Girl Who Was Taken

By Charlie Donlea

  • Release Date: 2017-04-03
  • Genre: Crime & Thrillers
Score: 4.5
From 109 Ratings
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If you loved THE GIRL ON THE TRAIN, don't miss this sensational suspense thriller that will keep you guessing to the very end . . .

Her truth is only half the story . . .

Megan McDonald is a high school senior when she disappears from the small town of Emerson Bay. Miraculously, after two weeks held captive, she escapes from a bunker hidden deep in the woods.

Now, one year on, Megan is a national celebrity thanks to her bestselling book, Missing. It's an inspiring story - except for one inconvenient detail.

There was a second girl who was taken. Her classmate Nicole Cutty.

Livia Cutty is a forensic pathologist. Every time a Jane Doe arrives at the morgue she wonders if it's her missing sister. However it's the body of a young man, an apparent suicide, that finally offers the first clue to Nicole's fate. So Livia reaches out to Megan for help.

But Megan knows more than she's revealed. Flashes of memory are coming together - and they are pointing to something darker and more monstrous than anything her chilling memoir describes.


  • Great Read

    By 2013aq
    Well written and kept me guessing till the end
  • The Girl Who Was Taken

    By hudo/popsicle
    A great read couldn’t put it down.
  • The Girl who was Taken

    By tjcnt
    I have never read a book before that has had my heart racing so fast and mind working overtime to anticipate ‘who done it’. You did a great job with the twist. Did not see ‘who done it’ coming. A little frustrated though as it’s left me with unanswered questions.
  • I'd read it again!!

    By Jkqklm
    Such great writing, great story line with an ending I didn't see coming!! Loved it and wish I could read it for the first time again!
  • Brilliant

    By Fobrien85
    A fantastic read, I loved it. This should definitely be made into a film!