Trapped by Irene Hannon

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“When Laura Griffith’s sixteen-year-old sister disappears on a frigid February day, leaving only a brief note behind, Laura resolves to do whatever it takes to track down the runaway teen. That includes recruiting ATF agent turned private investigator James Devlin to help. Dev knows time is of the essence with runaways – just forty-eight hours can mean the different between recovery and ruin.” Reads the back of the book.

This started out as most “missing-person-mystery-suspense” novels. Darcy runs away and you see glimpses into her brief time on the street. Those she befriends, choices she makes, as she waits out the mega-blizzard that just hit the city, preventing her from leaving as quickly as she wanted.

Laura is worried sick and hires Dev, a PI, to find Darcy. Sparks fly as they spend time together working on the case. But of course, a client is off-limits as a romantic interest, so that part will have to wait.

When Mark enters the plot, you know something is not right with him. But he is so kind and generous, and the man runs a day-care center for crying out loud! The story takes a completely shocking turn with Mark! Prepare to be completely and utterly stunned! This one is not as predictable as many other Christian suspense novels I’ve read.

I will not spoil the ending, but I was happy with it. 🙂

On sale now in your favorite Revell book store, a division of Baker Publishing.

I received the book free from the publisher. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own.

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