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Cut & Run (A Rachel Scott Adventure Book 3) by [Hohenstein, Traci]
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About the Author

Born in Moultrie, Georgia, Traci Hohenstein has lived all over the United States, including California, Hawaii, and Mississippi. Her extensive educational background spans a wide variety of studies, and a concentration in journalism heralded a career in writing for various media outlets on local and national levels. Drawing inspiration from the sensational 2005 disappearance of Natalee Holloway, Hohenstein set out to create a series that explores the enigma of missing-persons investigations. She launched the suspenseful Rachel Scott Adventures series with Burn Out and Asylum Harbor,and now continues the saga with her third entry, Cut and Run.

Hohenstein currently resides in Florida with her husband and three children. When she’s not writing, she enjoys the simple pleasures of the beach—swimming, soaking up the sun, and spending time with her friends and family.


Product Details

  • File Size: 2298 KB
  • Print Length: 204 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1611098092
  • Publisher: Thomas & Mercer (April 2, 2013)
  • Publication Date: April 2, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00996W19E
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #12,448 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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By Denise Crawford TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on April 6, 2013
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This is the third novel in the Rachel Scott adventure series that I have read -- previous titles are Burn Out (A Rachel Scott Adventure) and Asylum Harbor (A Rachel Scott Adventure).

Rachel Scott is the owner of a company, Florida Omni Search, that is dedicated to helping parents find their missing children. Rachel's own daughter, Mallory, was kidnapped from her front yard as a toddler and this event triggered Rachel to set up the search and rescue organization. While she is working on other cases that come to her, she is always seeking information about Mallory's disappearance and hopes to locate her even after all these years. It is helpful to have read the previous novels, but there is enough backstory provided that you could read each as a standalone. There is not a lot of character development in this series, and the focus of the story line is on the way that Rachel and her team manage to figure out what has happened to the missing person and how they work with other law enforcement agents to aid their investigations.

In this book, which is very short at 213 pages, Rachel is called in to help find the missing family of Matt O'Malley. He was checking a tire on the side of the road one minute and woke up with amnesia the next. His wife and two children have vanished without a trace. Is Matt somehow involved in this apparent kidnapping and are his family members still alive? Rachel travels to New Orleans and starts putting the pieces back together.
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I am an avid reader. For a period of time it seemed like whenever I opened my Kindle, Traci Hohenstein's books were being advertized. So I figured 'what the heck' as cheap as they were, I would take a chance & bought all 5 of them before reading any part of any of them. BIG MISTAKE! I started with the "prequel" titled Look For Me. My 1st tip-off should have been that it is only 80+ pages and cost only 99 cents. Less than 30 pages into the book I was ready to contact Amazon to try to get a refund on all 5 books, but I decided to read on and hope it got better. It did but just barely. I am a retired high school teacher & during my career I read countless essays, book reports, creative writing assignments, etc.., many written by 9th and 10th graders that were better written than Hohenstein's prequel. On numerous occasions she used adverbs when she should have been using adjectives and vice versa. At times she even used archaic & hyperbolic adjectives as if she was trying to impress the reader with her vocabulary. Her plot was thinly developed. Her descriptive narrative was almost non-existent. Throughout the book I was thinking 'where is her editor and proof-reader'? They should have been catching all these glaringly obvious grammatical mistakes! This is an author who is supposed to have a journalism background but it certainly does not show in her books. I began to think the publisher of her books must be one of those places where the author has to pay the publisher to print the books. I later found out that the publisher is actually a subsidiary of Amazon, so that speaks for itself. After getting through the prequel, the other 4 books were actually a little better, but not by much. Her writing improves slightly with each book. This is the 3rd book in her Rachel Scott series.Read more ›
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The book blurb says, when Matt O'Malley turns up at a truck stop with a nasty concussion and no recollection of what happened to him or his family, investigator Rachel Scott knows she and the Florida Omni Search team have to act fast. Whoever attacked him still has his wife and children, and a gruesome piece of evidence points to deadly possibilities. This is all true but I kept feeling like I was reading an outline. There was little or no meat on these bones. Her other books are much better.

My suggestion is to not read this book first.
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2+ stars

This could have been a great story if it didn't seem like it was written by a computer program. The dialog was boring and flat. For example every page read like this, 'lets get something to eat' Rachel said 'ok said Red' then Red left the room. Every single paragraph is written like that.

Then you read almost the entire book to see what happens and nothing happens, ******* SPOILER******There is absolutely no mention of what happens when they finally figure it out and you are kind of let in after the fact. Lastly, the book ends conveniently so you will HAVE TO BUY her other book to see what happens.

Maybe for .99 it would be worth it, but definitely not for 4.99. It really reads like it was written by an English major in high school.
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I received an advanced reader copy of this book for review purposes through Amazon Vine. An ARC may go through some additional editing done before final publication, so the final text for the book may have changed from what I read and commented on in my review.

I liked the idea of a mystery about finding a missing family rather than the typical murder mystery, so I decided to give this book a try. The characters were likable, and the story was interesting. "Whodunit" was pretty obvious, so it was more a matter of watching the good guys put the pieces together to prove it than collecting clues to puzzle out whodunit. The bad guys were so bumbling that they wouldn't have achieved their goal even if no one caught them, so it's no surprise that they were caught. The suspense was mainly from the concern that the kidnapped kids might be harmed.

The writing style is such that the reader is kept at a distance as we watch the fast-paced action unfold. The story involved many different characters, and you don't get to know any of them very well. The story started out rather slow with huge chunks of back information, and most of that information was not even needed to understand the current novel. However, the pacing was otherwise so fast that some scenes weren't even wrapped up. For example, they take a dog and equipment for finding live people out to where a dead person was dumped (and we're never told what they hope to find), and we're never told the results of their search. After the heroine happened upon some important information while talking with someone, the scene abruptly ended. While the missing family case was (quickly) wrapped up at the end, we're left on a cliff-hanging regarding Rachel's missing daughter.

During the story, Rachel engages in a voodoo "cleansing" and contacted the dead to find out information about her daughter. There was no graphic sex. There was some explicit bad language.
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