Review: Vanishing Girls by Lisa Regan

Vanishing Girls Vanishing Girls by Lisa Regan
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The book started with the right note , right amount of tension and hook in the plot. Jo is a suspended police officer and with multiple crimes happening in the city, it is just too weird for her to be sitting out.

She gets involved first by chance and then her instincts refuse to shake off the feeling that something is off. Mixed with her personal problems , the case of the vanished girl makes an engaging read. But the pseudo end to the book was a little abrupt. And after that, it became a little hard to wait for it to end. At one point it bothers you that  so many people had a doubt and yet no one acted on it. This is a  fast engaging read , a little disturbing though with the theme of abuse.

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