Gone Without a Trace book review

4027d7781dde2b2facd7b4a763dcf63fTwo years ago Livy Reynolds’ cousin disappeared from Logan Point. Unlike many, Livy has never believed Robyn left voluntarily. Now a senator’s granddaughter has gone missing from Logan Point and Livy finds similarities between the two cases. With help from PI Alex Jennings, can Livy finally find her cousin, and the senator’s granddaughter? Or is it too late?

I liked that the author switched POVs between a few people, given an inside look at different sides of the story. However, except for one character, I could not connect with the others, and unfortunately that one character was not around enough to keep me around. I ended up shelving this book on the DNF (Did Not Finish) category.

*I received this book free from Revel in exchange for my honest thoughts. What I have expressed is entirely my own view on the book.*

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