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Gone The Next (Roy Ballard Mysteries Book 1) Kindle Edition
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This books is a mystery with a bit of humor thrown in, yet not so much that is distracted from the seriousness of the crime committed.
I am really looking forward to reading more from this series. Got to love Roy Ballard's determination to solve the crime, maybe later he will get a PI License instead of chasing down & filming possible insurance scammers.
When Ballard comes across what he thinks is a young girl who's been reported missing in the hands of an insurance claimant he's been assigned to investigate, it brings back haunting memories from his past which propel him to pursue the case and save the girl.
Even in this serious story, Ben Rehder's sense of humor and fine dialog show through. His plotting is tight and effective. Though I started reading it late the other night, I felt compelled to finish the book the following evening. The pages seemed to turn themselves as I followed Ray Ballard and the story to its conclusion. GONE THE NEXT is a fine piece of work by an excellent mystery writer. I hope this is just the beginning of a Ray Ballard series. More please.