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  • AMAZING BOOK

    Book 13 and every bit as exciting and engrossing as Book 1 was. This series is so amazing. I love the characters. Amber goes missing and Finn is a suspect. Then Josie tries to rescue a woman caught in the rocks at the dam. Bodies keep turning up as Josie and the team unravel the clues to the killer’s identity. Clear your plate so you can willingly devote all your time to reading this book.

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  • The Drowning Girls

    The Drowning Girls is book number 13 in the Josie Quinn series, and is a stand alone story. It's December in the town of Denton, PA and Amber, the press liaison for the police department, is missing. Josie and her department go on full alert trying to find the missing woman. Meanwhile, the bodies start adding up. I want to thank NetGalley and Bookouture for an early copy to review.

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  • Loved It!

    In this latest installment of the Detective Josie Quinn series, the focus is on Amber, their police department's Press Liaison who we haven't seen too much of in the previous books. I like her character and the fact that this story is centered around her. She's unofficially reported missing to Josie by Detective Finn Mettner, her boyfriend of the past year. He's frantic that he can't reach her and that all of her belongings were left behind in her empty residence. A clue is left on her car which leads the team to the nearby Russell Haven Dam. They don't find her, but they do discover a body. Amber may not be the victim, but that doesn't mean she's not involved. The team looks closely into Amber's background and her estranged family that she has only ever described as 'toxic.' Does that mean they are dangerous, though? Josie starts fearing for the worse once more bodies are found and the connections keep leading back to Amber and her family. And Mettner doesn't make it easy on the detectives by continually inserting himself into the investigation. That's the last thing he should do as the missing woman's boyfriend! They need to locate Amber alive and unharmed - and not involved in the crimes. But will that be the case? As usual, this is an engrossing read that you won't be able to put down once you get started. Every Josie Quinn story is a winner so what are you waiting for? Go read this book!

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  • Twists and turns

    Josie Quinn you are my hero!! The cases you solve would make Sherlock Holmes proud. Josie, Noah and team are frantically looking for their co-worker who has disappeared and foul play seems more than likely. When Josie tries to rescue who she thinks is Amber, she soon finds out that the victim although she resembles Amber is not her. The race is on. The book takes place just before Christmas, the snow is flying you can feel the cold as the mystery unravels. Just when I thought I knew the main suspect another major twist and I was wrong again. Josie Quinn is one my favourite detective series and I can't wait for Book 14 .

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  • Best Yet!

    I'm a huge fan of Lisa Regan's Josie Quinn mystery series. The latest installment "The Drowning Girls" is my favorite so far! The story starts as Josie's colleague Mettner stops by her house to enlist Josie's help in discovering what has happened to his girlfriend Amber who seems to be missing. Amber is also the press liaison for the police department. What follows is a well crafted and intricate plot that takes you on a wild ride. Josie and her team realize that the secret to finding Amber before it's too late is to unravel the mystery of Amber's past which is dark to say the least. Added to the mix, is the presence of an Evangelist minister and his megachurch. How will they fit into the mystery of Amber's disappearance? Again, the BEST Josie Quinn novel to date!!!!

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