Book Review: The Woman in the Strongbox by Maureen O’Hagan

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The Woman in the Strongbox by Maureen O’Hagan
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I am still scratching my head.
This is actually the first in the missing series and I too was flummoxed. What causes a girl to walk away from her family, change her name twice and end up committing suicide in her ex-husband’s driveway? beats me, but that strong box held a lot of clues if she didn’t want to be found out.

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In this tantalizing true mystery of stolen life, an acclaimed reporter and an identity theft investigator follow a series of incredible revelations about the actual identity of a wife, mother, and friend turned perfect stranger.

Days after Lori Ruff’s suicide, her family discovered her hidden strongbox containing stunning evidence that her entire life had been invented. Her real identity was buried so deep it would take five years to unearth. Who was Lori Ruff?

Maureen O’Hagan’s The Woman in the Strongbox is part of Missing, a collection of six true stories about finding, restoring, or accepting the losses that define our lives—from the mysterious to the inspiring. Each story can be read—or listened to—in a single sitting.

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