Their Lost Daughters- Joy Ellis
I saw this book on my kindle unlimited recommendations so thought I would give it a try. Once again it's part of a series and is the second book but this didn't make any difference to me as I thought it was fine as a stand-alone book.
This is my favorite genre crime/mystery and this book has a lot of twists and turns. It did take me a while to get into as there are a lot of different characters and different cases thrown into first few chapters. But once I got past that it was an enjoyable read.
The book has three different cases running through it, a body of a young girl washed up, a cold case of a missing girl and a girl found wandering drugged up and her friend is missing. There is also some kind of underage drinking club thrown into the mix.
The detectives Evans and Jackman were interesting characters and I would like to find out more of their back stories, I think I will go and read the first book in series and see if can get more information about them.
The twists in this book I didn't see coming especially the final reveal you often get in this type of story. So all in all I would recommend this novel to anyone who is interested in this genre, although maybe read the books in the order they are published. (I hardly ever do this because I tend to pick my books on whether I like the sound of the description or not).
After the first few chapters I really got into this book and found it hard to put down, wanting to find out what happened next. I will definitely read more novels by Joy Ellis.
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