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The Girl Who Disappeared Twice (edition 2011)

by Andrea Kane

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Title:The Girl Who Disappeared Twice
Authors:Andrea Kane
Info:Mira (2011), Edition: 1, Hardcover, 400 pages
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The story was good, but I have loved this author for ever as a romance/suspense novelist and so was dispointed that this book mainly fell in the suspense catagory. I'm not really into reading any more of her books if they are going to keep falling into this category. ( )
  TerriBowles | Jun 26, 2016 |
A five-year old child is stolen from her school. Her parents Judge Hope Willis and Atty Edward Willis have many enemies, it will take the FBI a long time to screen out so many possibilities. But Hope has another secret 32 years ago her twin sister was kidnapped. She hires Forensic Instincts a company of profilers who think outside the box to find her child.
This is a wild ride of Amber alerts, interrogations and following the clues as they come up. The suspense is top-notch and the characters are vivid. I recommend this book. ( )
  Bettesbooks | Jun 6, 2016 |
Family court judge Hope Willis is frantic when she receives a call asking if she picked up her daughter Krissy from school. She and her husband Edward and their nanny Ashley, cannot locate her anywhere. It brings back too many bad memories for Hope, as her twin sister was kidnapped when they were six and Felicity was never found.

What a great book! There's a bit of everything - decent character development, a little bit of romance, secrets, tons of suspects, affairs, duplicity, a little bit of Mafia action .. all of the things that make a reader want to keep on reading all the way through to the end, which is sad and surprising, although I did have the kidnapper figured out much earlier; I just wasn't sure how it would all play out. Realistic? Maybe not so; I really can't imagine the FBI being so free and loose with information to a civilian group. Interesting? Definitely. The dialogue was a bit weak here and there, but the action more than made up for it. ( )
  Carol420 | May 31, 2016 |
Picked this one up from a library display for their mystery book group. Enjoyed reading this thriller after reading several recent heavier reads. You are kept at the edge of your seat guessing until the very end. I love the introduction of the Forensics Instincts group look forward to reading more stories where they are key to the solving of the crime. ( )
  yvonne.sevignykaiser | Apr 2, 2016 |
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  jmail | Mar 21, 2016 |
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Led by profiler Casey Woods, the Forensic Instincts team barrels into a snarl of suspects, secrets, and conspiracies. Smooth prose and engaging characters help offset some fairly obvious plot twists, a few of which stretch credibility to the breaking point. Also somewhat unbelievable are the near-infallible skills of Forensic Instincts' members and the willingness of dozens of police officers and FBI agents to let the team skirt legal boundaries repeatedly with no more than a harsh word or two of censure.
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To Freddy, the heroic FBI Tactical Canine Dog who was killed in the line of duty. Thank you for protecting our country. I hope my bloodhound, Hero, is a fitting tribute to you and all the other brave service dogs like you.
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When six-year-old Felicity Akerman went to bed that night, she had no idea that life as she knew it was about to change forever.
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When they are hired by veteran family court judge Hope Willis to find her missing daughter, Forensic Investigators--a team of renegade investigators comprised of a behavorist, a techno-wizard, an intuitive, and a former Navy SEAL--must race against time to bring Krissy back alive.… (more)

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