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    A Map of the Dark

    An awesome read from the moment I started reading.
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    Twisted

    What an interesting twisted story. This story is a weave of both the teenager that is missing and Elsa's past that she is still coming to grips with. We follow Elsa as she is with he dying father and pulled into a new case of a teenager missing. She gets pulled back and forth between her father, past and the missing teen. The story grips you and takes you places that you hope don't ever happen in your life. I also think Lex will be a big help to her in the long run. *I received a free copy of this book via NetGalley and am voluntarily leaving a review.*
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    Dark, Indeed

    This one is well-titled. It is indeed dark - and I liked it a lot. It's the first in a series, and as such there's a lot of exposition of the characters of FBI agent Elsa Meyers and Lex Cole, the detective she's reluctantly partnered with for the investigation of the disappearance of a young girl. Elsa specializes in investigating missing children, and as the book progresses we begin to understand why as her own past is revealed through a series of flashbacks interspersed with the current narrative. There are multiple mysteries going on here, and this is a compelling read as Elsa and Lex race to try to find a missing girl during the critical first few days she's missing, and as we anxiously read to find out just what happened in Elsa's past that left her so damaged, both physically and emotionally. It will be interesting to see where the series goes from here. My thanks to Netgalley and Mulholland Books for providing a copy for an unbiased review.
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    Not bad

    I was really excited when I read the blurb on this book and thought it would be a nice change with some suspense and action. well the intrigue was ok but that wasn't what was really expounded on in this story. i mean yeah the search but. . . Anyway it ends up being about this dysfunctional agent and the issues she had going on in her personal life along with the unhealthy habits. So overall it's a decent story just not what I was expecting. I had a hard time connecting with the characters or even feeling any of the suspense or excitement that should have occurred. It's the first time I have read this author and while it wasn't a bad read it's just not my cup of tea.
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    A Map of the Dark

    I really enjoyed this book. It was fast paced and kept you interested right through until the end.
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