"[An] amazing crime series--one of the very few out there with action that never stops, and a detective who is STILL the "coolest detective in literature at the moment." This is Book 6 starring Detective Frank Renzi ... and Susan Fleet has once again proven she can write crime fiction with the best of them. The suspense is palpable. The detective never becomes stale or clichéd. This author just gets better and better." - Feathered Quill Book Reviews
"Missing is Book 6 in the [New Orleans based] Frank Renzi series. Fleet opens with a bang, keeps the action fast-paced and hard-hitting with satisfying twists. Attention to Renzi's feelings and his vow to find a killer yields an emotional roller-coaster ride. Fleet is a master at making us worry about her characters, creating empathy with them, be they heroes or villains. Her series based on the Renzi character allows readers to enter at any point and feel at home. Missing, her latest, is a standout novel far above the usual whodunit." - D. Donovan, senior reviewer, Midwest Reviews
About the Author
For many years award-winning novelist Susan Fleet worked as a trumpeter in the Boston area. While teaching at Brown University and Berklee College of Music, she began writing crime fiction. The Premier Book Awards named her first novel, Absolution, Best Mystery-Suspense-Thriller of 2009. Feathered Quill Book Awards named her third novel, Natalie's Revenge, Best Mystery of 2014. Susan lived in New Orleans for nine years. She now divides her time between Boston and the Big Easy, the settings for her Frank Renzi crime thriller series. To write her crime novels, Susan does extensive research on serial killers and stalkers, their methodology, psychological makeup and their victims. She began blogging about true crime in July 2011. Since then millions of people around the world have visited her blog: DARK DEEDS: Serial killers, stalkers and domestic homicides. In 2013 she published 12 of her posts in Dark Deeds: Serial killers, stalkers and domestic homicides. In 2013 she published 12 more cases in Dark Deeds: Serial killers, stalkers and domestic homicides, Volume Two While teaching at Berklee College of Music Susan created a course about 20th Century female musicians. Her e-book, Women Who Dared: Trailblazing 20th Century Musicians, spotlights violinist Maud Powell and trumpeter Edna White.