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Losing Leah Holloway (A Claire Fletcher and Detective Parks Mystery Book 2) Kindle Edition
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- Book 2 of 2 in A Claire Fletcher and Detective Parks Mystery
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About the Author
Lisa Regan, the author of Finding Claire Fletcher, is a bestselling suspense novelist and a member of Sisters in Crime, Mystery Writers of America, and International Thriller Writers. She has a bachelor’s degree in English and a master’s degree in education from Bloomsburg University, works full-time as a paralegal, and lives with her husband and daughter in Philadelphia, where she writes books while waiting in line at the post office. Readers can learn more about her work at www.lisaregan.com.
- Publication Date : October 17, 2017
- File Size : 1772 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print Length : 379 pages
- ASIN : B06ZZH686T
- Publisher : Thomas & Mercer (October 17, 2017)
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Language: : English
- Lending : Not Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #11,231 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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You really need to first read Finding Claire Fletcher. Claire plays a big part in LLH, so to fully understand her, you really need to read her story.
Have you ever finished a book and wondered, “Gee, I wonder where these people will all be in a few years.” You actually get to find out in LLH. Claire and the gang are all back. Claire’s still recovering from her ordeal. Here, she’s at the wrong place at the right time and sees the unthinkable. Im not a spoiler, but it all spirals down from there to a conclusion I guarantee you won’t see coming! You will not be disappointed!
I really enjoyed this book and couldn't wait find out who the killer was. Wasn't who I thought it was. This book is very suspenseful with a lot of twists and a little sex. The characters are very likeable and well developed. Just when you think the book is done, there's more and then it all comes together. I have already recommended this book to my fellow book worms.
Thank you good reads for the free book, thank you Lisa Regan for this enjoyable book.
Five years after being rescued from her abductor, Claire has a new life. She’s finding her way back from the ordeal, check that, hell, she went through, and trying to live a normal life. She went to the river with her dog and her sister for a little R&R, but what she got was embroiled in a mystery that would once again endanger her life, and require her to work with her ex, Detective Connor Parks.
I’ve always thought Claire and Connor’s attraction was off the charts, and it was no different in this book, though it was a slow, deliberate advancement of their relationship. The author wrote their love story the only way it could be told; beautifully damaged, but worth fighting for.
Amid the story of Claire’s return to society is the story of Leah Holloway and her children. Why would a presumably happy woman, a mother who seems to have it all, try to kill her own children, not to mention the neighbor’s children. It wasn’t adding up and Connor was tasked with figuring out why before more women died.
Lisa Regan’s books are hard to review because almost every part of the book I want to include here would be considered a spoiler, and I refuse to give spoilers. Ms. Regan is a modern-day Mary Higgins Clark with a side of dark psychological thrill writing like that of Dean Koontz. You will never be disappointed in any of Ms. Regan’s books, but don’t take my word for it. You can read Losing Leah Holloway without reading Finding Claire Fletcher first, but I encourage you to read both, you won’t regret it!
Some of the coincidences in the plot are a little contrived, but this is fairly common in serialised stories where the new events need to be connected to the characters from the old story. I found some of the descriptions of past events a bit boring, but others helped flesh out what had happened in a good way.