The Night She Disappeared (Paperback)
Gabie drives a Mini Cooper. She also works part-time as a delivery girl at Pete's Pizza. One night, Kayla—another delivery girl—goes missing. To her horror, Gabie learns that the supposed kidnapper had asked if the girl in the Mini Cooper was working.
Gabie can't move beyond the fact that Kayla's fate was really meant for her. She becomes obsessed with finding Kayla and teams up with Drew, who also works at Pete's. Together they set out to prove that Kayla isn't dead—and hopefully to find her before she is—in The Night She Disappeared by April Henry.
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About the Author
April Henry is the New York Times bestselling author of many acclaimed mysteries for adults and young adults, including the YA novels Girl, Stolen; The Girl I Used to Be, which was nominated for an Edgar Award; The Night She Disappeared; and Body in the Woods and Blood Will Tell, Books One and Two in the Point Last Seen series. She lives in Oregon.
“The reader must wait with baited breath to see when and if the characters will uncover the truth as the suspense builds to a fever pitch near the end of the book.” —VOYA
“Fans of intense page-turners and those who liked Michele Jaffe's Rosebush or Lucy Christopher's Stolen will love this one.” —School Library Journal
“It's a riveting story. . . . Each chapter is a surprise, and the tension builds steadily until the inevitable climactic face off.” —Publishers Weekly
“Girl, Stolen grabs your attention with the first page you read. . . . Each page holds new questions that are answered in the most unexpected ways.” —VOYA, starred review on Girl, Stolen
“Constantly interesting and suspenseful.” —Kirkus Reviews on Girl, Stolen
“A captivating tale . . . Well-built, complex characters, trapped in their own ways by life's circumstances, which--paired with a relentlessly fast pace--ensures a tense read.” —Publishers Weekly on Girl, Stolen
“Girl, Stolen is page turning suspense with a clever heroine who meets up with bad luck, bad men, a bad dog, bad weather, bad health and has to face them without seeing them. A nail bitter.” —Gail Giles on Girl, Stolen
“A unique and clever premise. Cheyenne has to be one of the most resourceful heroines in recent memory.” —Todd Strasser, bestselling author of Wish You Were Dead, on Girl, Stolen