Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Review: Missing by Lisa Harris

About the book:
Nikki Boyd isn't usually called in on homicides; her forte is missing persons. But when a case with two murdered and two missing pops up on a quiet suburban street, she's ready to start the investigation and find missing homeowners Mac and Lucy Hudson. When the first clues lead her to the boat of her friend Tyler Grant--and another dead body--Nikki must untangle what ties Tyler to the Hudsons. The clues pull her into a deadly maze of counterfeit drugs and a killer who will stop at nothing to silence anyone who threatens his business--including Nikki.

My rating:
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My thoughts:

Missing is the second book in the Nikki Boyd Files and I didn't enjoy it as much as book one, Vendetta. I can't figure out why exactly that was, but maybe it had to do with the case (counterfeit drugs), I just had a hard time getting into that part of the book. I will say, though, the book started out intriguing and I loved the last couple chapters -- those definitely held my attention. It was just the middle section of the book that didn't really interest me.

I really liked the characters and the last scene has me eager to pick up the next book, Pursued, because I can't wait to see what happens next with something.

All in all, while I didn't love Missing, I did still enjoy it. It leaves me curious as to what is going to happen next regarding a relationship and also what might be revealed regarding a cold case that is personal for Nikki.

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