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Lost & Forgotten Paperback – April 2, 2015
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About the Author
James Paddock is the bestselling author of ten mystery and suspense novels, an inspirational novella and an anthology of thirteen of his best short stories. Born and raised in the Big Sky Country of Montana, he now resides in West-Central Florida with his wife, Penny. Readers may learn more about him and his work, visit his blog or correspond with him on his website at www.desertbookshelf.com.
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As good as the action is, what stuck with me, long after I had read the words "The End", is how tuned in Mr. Paddock is to what makes people really tick. Most writers create attractive main characters, but he takes us into the lives of two women who are so ugly people actually avoid looking at them. His understanding of what it must feel like to have to live with that type of unfortunate characteristic is spot on the money. I suspect Mr. Paddock is as good at observing people as he is about writing about them.
Not only do I recommend Lost & Forgotten I think it is by far the best book I have read all year.
The story hinges on a determined, unpredictable criminal who keeps coming back time and again after being thwarted by the victims' friends, employees, and the police.
Well thought out, well written, an absorbing story.
A tale of two sisters, one where we see the horrors of cruelty, the delight of togetherness and how the bonds of family should never be underestimated.
Filled with believable characters, some likeable, others not, however the intertwining of them all within the plot made this book a definite page turner.