Gone Without a Trace by Patricia Bradley

Livy Reynolds decides to take some time off of her job as a homicidal detective after a case affects her emotionally. Upon returning home to Logan Point, she meets private investigator Alex Jennings, who is in town researching the disappearance of a senator’s missing granddaughter. Chilled by the similarities to her own cousin’s disappearance two years prior, Livy teams up with Alex to dig deeper into the odd circumstances surrounding these events and discovers danger neither of them suspected.

The action in this novel was fairly fast moving and kept the plot interesting from the beginning. There were enough twists that I could not fully predict the ending, which was a favorable part of this book. However, I found the relationship between the characters to be somewhat stilted, which made certain portions of the plot a little choppy and the romance less genuine than desired. The villain is certainly disturbing, which may bother some young readers. Nevertheless, overall the book is intriguing and suitable for lovers of contemporary suspense.

I received a copy of this book from Revell Publishing in exchange for an honest review.

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