This is my family: Vanished without a trace....
Justin and Libby Denbe have the kind of life you’d find in the pages of a glossy magazine: A beautiful 14-year-old daughter. A gorgeous brownstone on a tree-lined street in Boston’s Back Bay neighborhood. A great marriage, admired by all. A perfect life.
This is what I know: Pain has a flavor....
When investigator Tessa Leone arrives at the crime scene in the foyer of the Denbes’ home, she finds scuff marks on the floor and a million tiny pieces of bright green Taser confetti. The family appears to have been abducted, with only a pile of their cell phones and electronic devices remaining. No witnesses, no ransom demands, no motive. Just a perfect little family, gone.
This is what I fear: The worst is yet to come....
Tessa knows better than anyone that flawless fronts can hide the darkest secrets. Now she must race against the clock to uncover the Denbes’ innermost dealings, a complex tangle of friendships and betrayal, big business and small sacrifices. Who would want to kidnap such a perfect little family? And how far would such a person be willing to go?
This is the truth: Love, safety, family . . . it’s all touch and go.
©2012 Lisa Gardner (P)2013 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
Live life like a kid in a candy store!
How they realize they are so far off track there lives have gone.
Ashlyn the daughter
Tessa and daughter conversations
I loved and hated the ending. You can never really know someone.
Given I listen to more books than I read, I would say so!
Delighted Tessa was resurrected following Love You More. Good character development. Hope to hear more of her and her burgeoning relationship.
Ably handled the myriad of characters. New England accent came and went but overall I think she did quite well
Can't say it moved me but I enjoyed the endings twisted justice and personal triumph. Had the same final impression listening to Love You More.
Looking forward to Lisa Gardner's next thriller.
This is an exciting book that will make you want to do anything to keep listening to it. I haven't finished, but I'm sure it will be a good ending.
This is the first Lisa Gardner book I have read so I guess I expected more than I got from it. It was interesting at first, then I got REALLY tired of the "poor me" whining of the wife and just wanted to fast forward when she started talking about her "miserable life." Enough already! The plot was predictable - had it figured out about half way through. I probably won't read another Lisa Gardner book for a while, if ever.
Made me think.
All characters were unique. N
Great pace, but being a native New Englander, the accent drove me crazy. Not an authentic Boston accent....admittedly a hard accent to replicate but it would be better not to try!
There is a point of forgiveness. In spite of everythg past, the present situation is much more real and demanding of compassion.
This is my first Lisa Gardner novel and it won't be my last. Being from Boston, I loved all of the local references and the story (although I figured out the "who done it" rather early), it kept me second guessing myself to the end. I liked that!
The narrator was great when speaking in the "Libby or Ashlynn" role. Her male voices not so great (I can imagine that is difficult to pull off). Her Boston accent is terrible especially in the Tessa Leone role. Being from Boston, I am a harsh critic of fake accents!
If you want a suspense fiction that will keep you captivated to the end, Touch and Go is for you!
This book kept me guessing and wondering throughout. The narrator was especially good, in that she didn't interfere in any way that took away from the story. I listened for over 14 hours, and it kept me wanting more all the way. Even though the premise was a stretch of the imagination, it was an exciting story. Only the ending was a bit more far-fetched. But I guess it was in keeping with the story itself. Overall, I would definitely recommend this to all lovers of mystery and suspense.
❤️❤️❤️Love 2 Read❤️❤️❤️
Kept me interested.
The wife. She finally found herself after she gave up on her life.
A good story. Nice to know what happened to Tessa.
It was good enough to keep me engaged on a long trip, which is all I ask from my audio books. The story moved quickly and the plot wasn't so complicated I would get confused if I zoned out while listening (which tends to happen when I'm driving).
The narration was fine, other than occasionally the male voices seemed a little weird. Too macho sounding.
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