Review: Missing

Title: Missing
Author: Ann Jones
Published: 2017
Page Count: 359
Rating: 3/5

I received this book from the author in return for an honest review. This in no way influences my opinion.

Missing follows a detective, Melinda (Lyn), who is working on a missing persons case with her partner Jud. As soon as Lyn sees the picture of the missing woman, she instantly and easily recognizes her, because it is her twin sister, Melissa. Lyn has not spoken or seen her sister since they were separated at a young age and she had no idea that Melissa was living in the same city as herself. Melissa was sent to one set of their grandparents and Lyn was sent to the other when their parents died from a drug overdose. Lyn and Jud set out to find Melissa and in the process Lyn discovers some more information on her past and…

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Stillhouse Lake by Rachel Caine

Chicachiflada Books

This book tossed and turned me upside down, gripped my attention like an obsession due to the writing style and amazing cliffhangers.

I didn’t suspect many things which turned out in the end. The atrocities or the level of crime is quite substantial, so I would only recommend it to those who are used to the genre.

The characters sem to be in a continuous flow of action at both physical and psychological level. They are so well depicted and the relationships so intertwined that it may boggle the mind.

I’m going to check the sequel for sure, and very soon. I am so curious what will happen next with the Royals.


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