Monday, May 28, 2018

Review: Lola is Missing

Lola is Missing by Alison James

My Rating: 3 Stars

Rachel Prince, of the major case squad, is desperately trying to find the whereabouts of a missing six-year-old girl, Lola Jade. Working alongside DS Mark Brickall, the stubborn Rachel finds no clue too small to investigate. Just when Rachel is sure she is onto the girl's father, another little girl is taken, and the body of a dead woman is found. Seemingly unconnected upon first glance, things prove otherwise. While working hard on these cases, Rachel is being haunted by her past, and she is also living with a painful injury to her knee. Despite this, Rachel remains tough as nails.

Debut author makes her mark in this new series. While certainly not a thrill a minute read, this story was able to keep my attention. I will give book two, Now She's Gone, a shot, as I enjoy connected series as well as character development.

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