Detective Josie Quinn
“Vanishing Girls” has a gripping and entertaining storyline that will keep anyone glued on their seat till the end. The story is set in a small town in Pennsylvania. Author Lisa Regan portrayed the main character, Detective Josie Quinn, in a way that may not be likable at first. But she really proved many people wrong in the end.
The story began with the search of a missing teen. However, their finest detective for this task, Josie Quinn, is on a suspension. As a blunt and an aggressively fierce character, many people just don’t get along with her. And her suspension was because of excessive use of force.
She is warned repeatedly to stay off the case, but that didn’t deter her. Meanwhile, her personal life is not something anyone will envy. She is in a protracted divorce case with her husband who is apparently dating a call girl. The novel portrays how she tries to balance her life while unraveling the mysteries behind past kidnappings.
The characters used in this novel are emotional and complicated. But the thickest fun in the book comes in its second half. It is no doubt and engrossing and imaginative read you wouldn’t want to drop until you come to the end of it.
There are lots of plots and counter plots in this book that makes some things quite intriguing. This is one of the hallmarks of her other books like Her Final Confession . As the first series, it really set the pace for the book number 2 in the series. However, the only negative aspect is on the narrative. The narrator should have done better with diction and pronunciation to give the book the perfect narration it deserves.
Other than this, every other aspect of the audio book will definitely grip any audience until the end. It’s a nice thriller with characters that portrays their roles to perfection. It’s a captivating storyline indeed!