Check out the video below from bestselling author David Bell, who explains how much libraries have played a part in his life and his career as an author. His newest novel Somebody’s Daughter is a pulse-racing suspense in which the life of a little girl rests in the hands of the father who never even knew she existed.
“David Bell never disappoints. SOMEBODY’S DAUGHTER is a stunner, full of twists and turns and duplicitous motivations. Bell’s solid storytelling is as sharp and scary as ever. Fans of Harlan Coben will love this one.” —J.T. Ellison, New York Times bestselling author of LIE TO ME
“Full of suprising twists, SOMEBODY’S DAUGHTER hooks you from the start and draws you into a tale of secrets, lies, and lives haunted by the past. A suspenseful—and poignant—thriller.” —Meg Gardiner, Edgar Award-winning author of UNSUB and INTO THE BLACK NOWHERE
“Sweeping readers into the chaos of one breathless night, SOMEBODY’S DAUGHTER calls uncomfortable attention to the fact that water under the bridge can rise without warning. By daybreak, Bell will have you questioning everything, from how much the truth matters, to whether there are wrong ways of doing the right thing. A well-paced race against time that will grip you from the first chapter all the way to its satisfying conclusion.” —Jessica Strawser, author of ALMOST MISSED YOU
“A tautly told, heart-pounding read, SOMEBODY’S DAUGHTER is a page-turning whodunit where every character’s a suspect and no one can be trusted.” —Mary Kubica, New York Times bestselling author of THE GOOD GIRL and EVERY LAST LIE