Still Missing has to be one of the most disturbing novels I have ever read. That being said, I simply could not put this book down. The story begins with Annie, a 32-year-old realtor, recounting her experience as a kidnapping victim/survivor to her psychiatrist. The entire novel is told from this point of view, and it works really well. Just when you think you cannot take the horror of it all, she changes course back to present day. In reality, this is a minute-by-minute account of what happens to Annie at the hands of “the freak”, but it is also a study on survival, courage, and hope. I highly recommend this for those readers that have a strong constitution.