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  • Hush Little Girl

    Hush Little Girl is the latest in the Josie Quinn series by Lisa Regan. This is a stand alone story, but faithful readers will not want to miss this latest update in Josie's life and career. The prologue begins the story three months before Josie and Noah's wedding. Chapter One takes us to the morning of the big day. Fair warning, there may be tears multiple times! I want to thank NetGalley and Bookouture for an early copy to review.

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  • Favorite detective

    Hush Little Girl (Detective Josie Quinn Book 11) by Lisa Regan. The only bad thing about this book is that we have to wait a while until the next book in the series comes out. Josie is becoming my all time favorite detective. Please write fast Ms Regan. Highly recommended. Thank you to the publisher, author, and NetGalley for the opportunity to preview the book.

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  • Best in the series

    Hush Little Girl by Lisa Regan is the 11th in the Detective Josie Quinn series. Series Background:  (Warning – May contain spoilers from previous books) Once Acting Chief of Police, Josie Quinn is now doing what she is best suited for. She’s back to being a detective and happy. Her team consists of Detective Noah Fraley (who she is dating), Detective Gretchen Palmer, and Detective Finn Mettner.  Their boss is Chief Bob Chitwood.  She is learning to love her new-found family,  including news reporter Trinity Payne,  as well as her brother Patrick, but it is keeping her busy.  My Synopsis: (No major reveals, but if concerned, skip to My Opinions) On their wedding day, the body of a young girl is found on the church steps, and Josie and Noah decide she is more important than their nuptials.  Their families are not impressed. But Josie had met 12-year old Holly when her mother had helped Josie after a car accident.  Josie goes to notify the mother herself, and finds her body in the kitchen.  The hunt is on for the other daughter, 8-year old Emily, who is eventually found in a safe room.  Why did the family have a safe room, and what was burned in the greenhouse?  There doesn't seem to be any paperwork or pictures of the family anywhere.  Who was this family who lived off the grid, who had no friends or social activities outside the house? Trying to get answers from Emily is difficult.  She has OCD, and was trained to keep secrets from an early age. My Opinions: I think this may have been the best in the series so far. The plot was good, and really well-thought out.  The topics of both OCD and anger issues in children were really interesting..  It was fast-paced and had plenty of action. On the character side, I still don't like Sawyer, but I'm wondering if things will change now.  I have gotten used to Trinity.   Yes, Josie has suffered a devastating loss, but she is a strong character and will bounce back.  Noah and her team always have her back.  I don't usually enjoy reading about children in my murder mysteries, but I loved the children that were in this book, as all of them were flawed, but all of them lovable. On the perpetrator side....I did NOT guess correctly!  WTG Lisa Regan! As always, please read these books in order. Definitely looking forward to the next in the series.

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  • Page Turner

    On Detective Josie Quinn and Lieutenant Noah Fraley’s wedding day the body of 12-year-old Holly Mitchell is found on the church steps, and so the page turner starts! Off grid living, family secrets, OCD, … Book 11 and how come this is the first one I read!! You can easily read this book on its own but after reading it I do want to know more and will have go back. This was a page turner, edge of my seat read from the start! And for me this book could have used a tissue warning, just saying. Thank you NetGalley and Bookouture for an early read of this book for my honest opinion

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  • Another Great One!

    This was such a good book! The unfortunate discovery of a body interrupts a very important event for Josie and Noah, who could never put themselves before a murder case. Especially when it's a young girl. They soon realize she's not the only victim, as her mother was killed and her younger sister is missing from their isolated mountain home. It's crucial to find the girl because they don't want her to be the next victim, as the killer is still at large. Josie and her team soon realize that this little family holds many secrets, extending into the community they hid away from. Working on the case is hard enough, but when Josie's family is put at risk, she can't believe how her life becomes changed forever. The story is very emotional, sometimes expectedly, but not always, and that's when it's really gut-wrenching. After reading about Josie through 10 previous stories, it's as if you are a part of her family, so when bad things happen to her, it really hits you as the reader! But she's tough and has already shown she can handle what life throws her way. She wouldn't be the amazing detective she was if she didn't take risks and put herself in jeopardy. There's a lot of action in this story to balance out the emotional impact - a perfect blend of sentimental suspense! .

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