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So, Morgan has been a long time campaigner for the innocence of her childhood friend, and first love, Danny Kilcannon who is currently in jail for the murder of his step-daughter Zoe. Morgan keeps in touch with him by running a book club in his prison and is absolutely certain he didn't do it. His case is not helped by the disappearance of his wife shortly after losing their daughter.
When his latest appeal is successful and he is exonerated and released Danny teams up with Morgan to try to figure out who actually killed Zoe but soon Morgan's own daughter Lissa disappears and she starts to doubt her faith and trust in Danny.
Told in the present day with flashbacks to Morgan and Danny's teenage years, this book took me on one heck of a roller coaster ride culminating in a jaw-dropping finale that had me literally gasping for air. To say this book is well plotted would be a gross understatement and the action starts from page one and doesn't let go until right at the end with only the occasional respite for the reader - well needed at times.
Characterisation was excellent. There are a lot of main players in this book and all were perfectly drawn and easy to relate to / emote with. I can't really say that I liked many of them as the majority were, in one way or another, a bit on the dodgy side or hiding secrets or a bit dubious in some way, but I did feel for Morgan especially with her personal life and the way her daughter was with her.
Yes, there were a couple of clichés in the book. Yes it followed a kind of formula. Yes it did contain a few of the "hot topics in books" that I have noticed in the last few books I have read but all of these things meant nothing really as, when taken as a whole, this was in itself a blooming cracking read. So much so that I will be definitely be interested in seeing what Mr Booker has lined up next. Hopefully he'll give me long enough to recover from this one first!
I received a free ARC of this book in exchange for my honest review.
This mystery thriller takes place in England. A journalist named Morgan Vine has been actively trying to seek the release of a child hood friend, Danny Kilcannon. He was accused of murdering his step daughter and causing the disappearance of his wife, if not also her murder. She found a way to see him in prison. Everyone knows the lengths she went to help him win his release.
The story takes turn when Danny is released and Morgan's teen daughter also disappears within days of meeting Danny. Should Morgan have listened to everyone else? Is Danny innocent or did he take her 18 year old, Lissa? While Morgan continues to hunt for Lissa she also shadows Danny's life to see if she can uncover anything that will either prove once and for all that he's innocent or that perhaps he really is guilty.
She has a few friends, some mysterious messages and a lousy job she's willing to give up. Morgan also has a past of things with her family that may cloud her thinking. Can she find Lissa? Can she find out the truth about Danny "The Killer-cannon" Kilcannon? Is his wife Rowena alive or dead? Who is leaving her messages? Is it someone close or a stranger?
A steady, exciting pace. Lots of twists in this mystery you won't see coming. Not predictable! I enjoy this kind of complicated mystery. You won't stop reading until you find out what happened to Lissa or Danny and his family.
Was Morgan wrong to trust her child hood friend? Will she lose everything she loves or gain something in the end? Did she help a killer go free? Could someone really disappear "Without Trace" or could they commit murder "Without Trace?" Read and find out!
Thank you Netgalley and Bonnier Publishing Twenty7
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