Title:- Every Missing Girl
Author:- Leanne Kale Sparks
Date published:- will be published on February 7th 2023
No. of pages:- 272 pages
Overall rating:- 4/5
The stunning landscape of Colorado’s Rocky Mountains are among our greatest natural treasures. But there are deadly secrets lurking in the craggy heights. FBI Special Agent Kendall Beck and Denver Homicide Detective Adam Taylor team up to investigate a kidnapping crime, but the case quickly turns cold. When Taylor’s niece, Frankie, suddenly vanishes at a local hockey rink, it’s clear that there’s a predator on the loose—and now, the case has turned personal.
One discovery after another leads Beck and Taylor closer to the truth, as they close in on the devastating truth about the fates of the missing girls—and the many who came before them. Will they be able to find Frankie before it’s too late? In this thrilling story, Leanne Kale Sparks weaves the threads of this harrowing drama and builds the intensity to a fever pitch.
This is the second book of Kendall Beck series but I haven’t read the first book of the series though it didn’t really matter when I started reading this.
FBI agent Kendall Beck and homicide detective Adam Taylor team up together to solve a kidnapping case though it becomes cold. However, Taylor’s niece, Frankie suddenly vanishes after a practice and soon the case becomes personal. And soon they begin a cat and mouse chase game as they realise there are other girls who had been abducted and missing.
The beginning of the story was intriguing and mind hopping. I was completely engrossed into the story. However, in the middle of the book, it wasn’t very compelling but the pace was good and it helped me to get interested in the book. There were twists and turns and the ending was what actually made my breath drew away–it was really great. I was literally hooked on the end. Overall, if you like an engaging police procedural then try out this book–I am looking forward to read the third book of the series. Worth four stars.
Many thanks to Netgally and the publisher for the ARC. The review is based on my honest opinion only.