Where They Found Her Kimberly McCreight
I have to say I usually like a complex plot that challenges me as a reader, but on this occasion it was too complex for me.
The story begins with the discovery of the body of a small child on a University Complex.
Molly Sanderson, an ex lawyer who is in therapy following a still birth, and who is now working on the local newspaper as the arts and designs correspondent is despatched to cover the story, because all the other staff have personal issues they are dealing with.
The story evolves to introduce different people; all of who seem to be interrelated throughout and all have personal issues and problems that also all seem to be interwoven into the plot.
As the story progresses random transcripts of therapy interviews with Molly and her psychiatrist appear and although relevant in the end just add to the confusion of the story.
As Molly post her reports online the story starts to include readers comments, which may eventually prove relevant, as may the social media posts, which are included into the book.
For me what could have been a good story has been overly confused. The plot jumps around and too many characters have too much going on.