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Vanished (The Profiler) by Elizabeth Heiter
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Vanished (The Profiler) (2015)

by Elizabeth Heiter

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Series: The Profiler (book 2)

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Vanished] by Elizabeth Heiter
The Profiler series Book #2
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Sometimes, the past can haunt you… Eighteen years ago, FBI profiler Evelyn Baine's best friend, Cassie Byers, disappeared, the third in a series of unsolved abductions. Only a macabre nursery rhyme was left at the scene, a nursery rhyme that claimed Evelyn was also an intended victim. Now, after all these years of silence, another girl has gone missing in South Carolina, and the Nursery Rhyme Killer is taking credit. But is Cassie's abductor really back, or is there a copycat at work?

Sometimes, the past is best forgotten… Evelyn has waited eighteen years for a chance to investigate, but when she returns to Rose Bay, she finds a dark side to the seemingly idyllic town. As the place erupts in violence and the kidnapper strikes again, Evelyn knows this is her last chance. If she doesn't figure out what happened to Cassie eighteen years ago, it may be Evelyn's turn to vanish without a trace.

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I really enjoyed the first book of this series but I found I was becoming bored with the repeated theme of this one. Evelyn was told from the start that she was too close to this case to be working it but she wouldn't listen so most of the 395 pages was her proving everyone right. Throughout this book I found her to be naive & even weak. She had to be rescued more than once or twice and made some very poor choices along the way. She wasn't like this in the first book. Hopefully in future books she'll stick to what she does best...profiling. ( )
  Carol420 | May 4, 2017 |
Vanished (The Profiler Series #2)
By: Elizabeth Heiter
Published By: Harlequin Mira Pages. 400
Copy Courtesy of Thereadingroom Early Reviewer
Reviewed By: tk

A thriller that will have you leaving the lights on and the curtains drawn.

Everyone’s nightmare of the bogeyman. This man is not hiding in the closet, but out in plain sight. He could be a friend, a family member, a newspaper boy, and he is watching your children. He stalks and chooses for a specific purpose. He must have the perfect child, not just anyone will fit the requirements he has sets for himself. He does make mistakes on occasion, and must choose another…but who?

A thrill ride of emotions. I just could NOT put this down. Elizabeth Heiter brings the story to a realistic level like no other. She makes the characters so real they could be your real friends and families. Detailed backgrounds, a small town where everyone knows you, and the outsiders that come to town to help find a killer, a phenomenal story.

You will not be disappointed. A MUST READ!!!! 5/5 ( )
  doseofbella | Feb 15, 2015 |
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This book is dedicated to the memory of my grandparents. Thank you for always believing.

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The girls raced through the backyard, holding hands and giggling, oblivious to any danger.
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0778317382, Mass Market Paperback)

Sometimes, the past can haunt you… 

Eighteen years ago, FBI profiler Evelyn Baine's best friend, Cassie Byers, disappeared, the third in a series of unsolved abductions. Only a macabre nursery rhyme was left at the scene, a nursery rhyme that claimed Evelyn was also an intended victim. Now, after all these years of silence, another girl has gone missing in South Carolina, and the Nursery Rhyme Killer is taking credit. But is Cassie's abductor really back, or is there a copycat at work? 

Sometimes, the past is best forgotten… 

Evelyn has waited eighteen years for a chance to investigate, but when she returns to Rose Bay, she finds a dark side to the seemingly idyllic town. As the place erupts in violence and the kidnapper strikes again, Evelyn knows this is her last chance. If she doesn't figure out what happened to Cassie eighteen years ago, it may be Evelyn's turn to vanish without a trace.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:13:14 -0400)

When the Nursery Rhyme Killer returns after a long hiatus, FBI profiler Evelyn Baine finally gets her chance to investigate her best friend's unsolved abduction; but when she returns to Rose Bay, she finds a dark side to the seemingly idyllic town that could bring about her own disappearance.… (more)

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