Don’t Look for Me by Wendy Walker is a classic race-to-the-finish thriller. I didn’t figure out the ending until pretty close to the conclusion and it was a great keep-you-guessing-and-on-the-edge-of-your-seat (is that a thing) story. Amazon says, “They called it a “walk away.” The car abandoned miles from home. The note found at a nearby hotel. The shattered family. It happens all the time. Women disappear, desperate to start over. But what really happened to Molly Clarke? The night Molly disappeared began with a storm, running out of gas, and a man offering her a ride to safety. But when the doors lock shut, Molly begins to suspect she has made a terrible mistake. A new lead brings Molly’s daughter, Nicole, back to the small, desolate town where her mother was last seen to renew the desperate search. The locals are sympathetic and eager to help. The innkeeper. The bartender. Even the police. Until secrets begin to reveal themselves and Nicole comes closer to the truth about that night—and the danger surrounding her.” I really enjoyed it and would recommend it if thrillers are your thing.