The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins

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The long time best-seller that deserves it’s place on the list.  Rachel admires a young couple, everyday, from her seat in the train as the train passes by their house.  The woman suddenly goes missing and then begins the tale of their lives enmeshing in an unexpected way that involves Rachel’s ex husband, his current wife and the missing woman’s husband.  Essentially, a whodunit, but told in a brisk-paced, refreshing and engaging manner.  A page-turner, if there was one.  The time movements – the past and the present – worked out very well.  A good read indeed.

Recommendation: Must read.

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