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Manhattan journalist McKenna Jordan is chasing the story of an unidentified wom…

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Manhattan journalist McKenna Jordan is chasing the story of an unidentified girl who heroically pulled a teenaged boy from the subway tracks. When she locates a video that captures a part of the incident, she thinks she has an edge on the competitors scrambling to establish the thriller heroine, however is shocked to find that the girl within the video bears a powerful resemblance to Susan Hauptmann, an in depth buddy who disappeared with out a hint a decade earlier. What would have been a short-lived metro story sends McKenna on a harmful seek for the lacking girl—a search that can pressure her to unearth long-buried truths a lot nearer to residence…
This was a reasonably good ebook to get the 12 months began. I usually discover with Alafair Burke books that it takes a bit to get began. I did sort of discover that with this one too. I assumed the primary 50 pages or so have been actually good and actually bought the ebook off to an amazing begin. However after that, the following 70 or so pages have been very repetitive. They have been sort of lacking one thing. It was like a really lengthy introduction to characters and it wasn’t till the connections began to return collectively that this half made extra sense. The characters appeared random on the time. I actually loved the ebook after this half. I used to be mad to see what was happening so I learn the second half fairly shortly. For me, the ending was a bit complicated. The entire military story had confused me all through and I felt the best way it factored into the conclusion made it fairly complicated for me anyway. As soon as that half had been defined I did need to reread it to collect precisely what they have been speaking about. After I bought that although the remainder of the ending was clear and I loved the best way all the things slotted in. General, a great thriller and I’d suggest.

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