Friday, August 19, 2016

Book Review: "Missing"

Lisa Harris knows how to keep her readers guessing. This is why she's quickly becoming one of my favorite suspense writers. Her characters are always in danger and her scenes rarely end the way I anticipate they will. She even keeps me wondering if the possible romance will work out. Nothing is a given in her books.

I just finished reading the latest. Missing is the second book of the Nikki Boyd Files series. Nikki is a special agent with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation. Still trying to solve her sister's disappearance, Nikki specializes in missing persons cases. Missing begins with two murders found in a home whose owners have disappeared. Nikki and her associates must try to find these owners before they become victims too.

The case becomes personal, however, when clues lead Nikki to a boat belonging to her friend, Tyler Grant. Nikki knows he's innocent of any wrongdoing, but suddenly she must prove it while keeping Tyler, his son, and his mother safe.

I recommend this book and others by Harris to fans of mystery and suspense. Revell sent me a complimentary copy in exchange for this honest review.

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