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  • She's back and better than ever!

    Josie Quinn is back and when I say she's back, I mean she's BACK. The grief of losing her beloved grandmother has ebbed and she's ready to tackle the next case with full Josie determination. She just doesn't expect this case to take her where it does. Picture it, senior prom night, a night of laughter, pretty dresses, and dead bodies. At least that's what prom night included in Denton. A young girl is found 'sleeping' until they discover the gruesome way she died. With a new case on the docket, Josie is never more surprised than when the Chief gets involved from the beginning. For me, the Chief has always been this background character everyone loved to hate because he usurped the position from Josie. I still gleefully smile every time Gretchen or Mett call Josie boss with the Chief standing right there, but after this book, I'll no longer take joy in that. I guess it's true what they say about what you see isn't always what you get and when it comes to Robert 'Bobby' Chitwood, there was never a truer statement made. I'm not going to lie, I thoroughly enjoyed this little window into his soul because it made him as real and flawed as we all are. Josie is taken aback when Bobby pulls her into the case by taking her to his home and revealing a shocking truth that Josie never saw coming. Faced with the evidence, she didn't have a choice but to tell the rest of the team, and this time, the rest of the team included their elusive chief. For the first time, he's taken a front seat to an investigation and the insight you get into who he is outside of the Denton Police Station is a mind twist and the very last thing you expect. Watch Her Disappear was less about Josie and her demons this time around and more about the Chief and his. It was about Bobby's determination to find justice and to make sure it sticks. Is he still gruff and bossy? Yes, but the things you learn about him and his family are enough to explain the reasons why. I loved watching the whole team soften towards the man who before only rankled them. Watch Her Disappear was a solid police procedural and there wasn't much time for Josie to have any personal failures or successes. We were too busy trying to save young girls from certain death and getting justice for 'Bobby' after all these years. The twists and turns, not to mention the new towns and new characters, were enough to keep you turning pages late into the night to unravel the mystery along with Josie and the team. Book 14 was an exceptional installment to the Josie Quinn series!

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  • Fast paced read

    Watch Her Disappear is a book/ series that will keep the lights on, your heart racing and the pages turning quickly. Josie, Noah and her team are racing against time to solve the girl found dead at the prom. Who is she. No one knows. The waters get murkier when the Chief brings up the past. (Loved his personality coming out in this book). You could read this book as a stand alone but treat yourself from the first in the series and you won't be disappointed. I will be first in line for Book 15. Josie Quinn always my hero.

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  • Watch Her Disappear

    Watch Her Disappear is book #14 in the Josie Quinn series by Lisa Regan. Ms Regan has become a masterful storyteller. She manages to give enough past information to make each story a stand alone in just a few scattered bits throughout. Watch Her Disappear gives the reader background information about the Chief and a cold case from 1994 that seems to match a current case. I want to thank NetGalley and Bookouture for an early copy to review.

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  • Great suspense!😯

    🚨Another birthday girl bites the dust!😲 Excellent read🤗 A little long, but a really good whodunit set in Central Pennsylvania with a savvy, strong female lead detective honcho-ing the case involving a serial killer of teenage girls who appears to have stuck in the area for over two decades. It's got enough suspects and twists to keep the suspense going right to the dangerous climax. There's lots of good team detective work that pulls out all the stops to identify victims and accomplices who never got linked to his murderous activities. And the investigation hits especially hard for Josie Quinn's boss whose sister disappeared and then died on her sixteenth birthday 25 years before the latest murders. I've only read one other Josie Quinn murder mystery before this but, as I really enjoyed both, I think I will be on the lookout for coming releases so I don't miss any in future. Thanks to Bookouture and NetGalley for sharing a complimentary advance copy of the book; this is my voluntary and honest opinion.

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  • Best in the series

    Watch her Disappear by Lisa Regan is the 14th in the Detective Josie Quinn series. Series Background:  (Warning – May contain spoilers from previous books) Detective Josie Quinn has had a rough life,  and she still grieves the loss of her beloved grandmother, who was the only one she could rely on. As a baby, Josie had been kidnapped, and passed off as another woman's child.  Recently she has found her real parents, as well as her twin sister - news reporter Trinity Payne,  and her brother Patrick.   She works with the Denton Police Department, and her team consists of Detective Noah Fraley (her husband), Detective Gretchen Palmer, and Detective Finn Mettner (who is dating Press Secretary Amber Watts).  Their boss is Chief Bob Chitwood.   My Synopsis: (No major reveals, but if concerned, skip to My Opinions) While the team plans Josie's honeymoon, without any helpful comments from Josie, prom night is in full swing.  Honeymoon plans are interrupted by a phone call.  A young girl is found outside the school gym where party-goers are enjoying the music.  Dressed in a prom dress, the young girl is lying in a pool of blood. Both Josie and Amber feel that the girl is familiar, and eventually they realize it is Gemma Farmer, who has been missing for a few months.  Her body was found on her 16th birthday.  The femoral artery in her leg had been cut.  The only other abuse that her body shows were 5 small cuts on her arm.  Perhaps she was a cutter. When another missing girl is found, under similar circumstances, they are sure that they have a serial killer out there, and apparently this has been going on for a long time. Chief Bob Chitwood is taking this personally.  He has information on this case that surprises the team. My Opinions: Again this book seemed like a stand-alone novel, but really, read them in order.  I think this was the best in the series. The plot was so interesting!  The pace was really good, and there was a lot happening, with a number of twists.  I had an idea of where it was headed early on (it's those little details), but it was a great journey. These books often concentrate on one of the team members, and are often about family. This was no different. I loved that this case was about the boss, as we knew little about Chitwood, and he has always been a bit gruff, and an "outsider".  This one brought him into the lime-light, and into the family of detectives.   It was really interesting to hear his back-story. So, Lisa Regan continues to deliver, and her books continue to be fresh and captivating.  Can't wait for Number 15!

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