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Three narrators Emily Janice Card, Kirsten Potter and Kirby Heyborne have really given everything to this third part. The narrators have selected characters according to their tone and pitch and have continued with them till the end. The voice makes us able to understand which character is talking and what sort of personality he or she possesses. Thus Lisa Gardner’s work has been surely garnished by this terrific job of the narrating team.
One thing that even the new readers can detect is the psychological condition of the detectives. Most of the characters are mentally unstable and their past haunts them at each and every step. We see such conditions in Alone and Find Her as well when Warren is haunted by the past the he wants to burry.
A perfect family faces a catastrophe as the mother of a four year old daughter vanishes in thin air and the police are left with only one suspect i.e her husband. The family was a picture perfect one but as it is said that anything can happen behind closed doors. The daughter is the only one who saw what happened but she is too young and too horrified to tell the story.
The husband does not show any intent of finding his wife quickly. He is busy in destroying the evidence. One thing is clear that Jason and Sarah were not having an ideal sort of life that they pretended to have. The story also raise a question that why they were trying to look like an ideal couple even when no one was keeping an eye on them, in the house and also outdoor.