New York Times and USA Today best-selling author Andrea Kane brings fans a brand-new series with her romantic thriller The Girl Who Disappeared Twice.
Forensic Instincts—a team of independent maverick investigators comprised of a techie-genius, a former Navy SEAL/FBI agent, a psychic, and a retired FBI dog—must rescue a kidnapped five-year-old girl. But with so many people who could have benefited from the girl’s abduction, tracking down the culprit will push the team to the limit.
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A page turner
Yes. I so wanted to console the mothers and the kids
When finally the girls were found and love was shown to the first brainwashed victim instead of vengeance .
I don't know what the tag line would be
I was so afraid that the kidnappers were going to physically hurt the girls. I never dreamed that brainwashing the first victim would cause the second kidnapping
Defender Of The Week Collector Of The Paycheck. "I Don't Fail I Succeed At Finding Ways That Don't Work!"---(Christopher Titus)
Possibly. I'll try the 2nd book and see if it changes.
while it was interesting it was a bit predictable. and same old same old. there are too many books with similar premise.
he didn't Over play the female voices.
Movie NO. TV Movie I might Watch
LOVED the story - great plot, but I DO NOT like this narrator - his cadence is all wrong. Why does no one "proof" his performance before release? Overall rating would have been a 5 star but for the narrator.
This was a fun surprise first in a series. Enjoyed the story, good narration and characters. The story group is a step to the left of normal with open minded approaches to unyielding methods which other law enforcement agencies have employed for ages. Unique is always most intriguing.
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