It has been more than two years since homicide detective Livy Reynolds's cousin Robyn disappeared from Logan Point. While others believe she left voluntarily, Livy is unconvinced. When a private investigator from Dallas contacts Livy regarding a missing senator's daughter, s... Read More
- Product type: Book
- Format: Softcover
- Release Date: Jun 2, 2015
- UPC: 9780800722821
- Volumes/Discs: 1
- Pages: 336
- Publish Date: Jul 7, 2015
- Language: English
- Audience Age Maximum: 0
- Audience Age Minimum: 0
- BISAC: "FIC042060"
- ISBN: 0800722825
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- Can they find the women before it's too late? by J. Augustine on 7/15/2015
We FINALLY get some answers and find out what really happened to Robyn Martin. I've been anxiously awaiting the conclusion to this thread in the Logan Point series since it first popped up in book one.
I have to admit that it was a little hard for me to get into the story at first but by the exciting climax I was turning the pages quite quickly. And the ending was definitely filled with twists and turns that keep the reader guessing from one page to the next.
Forgiveness is a big theme in Gone Without A Trace. Each of the main characters struggles in one way or another with forgiveness, holding on the past hurts, and just coming to understand and accept those closest to them for who they are. Patricia Bradley has penned a story that doesn't focus just on the romance but also the other relationships between family members.
I really liked the cover for this book. It's so dramatic! All of the covers for this series have been lovely. The contrast of black and the bright, bold, colors, in this book purple and green, are really eye-catching.
Fans of suspense will enjoy Gone Without A Trace, a story filled with the danger and romance that Patricia Bradley is known for.
(I received a copy of this book from Revell in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are entirely my own.)
- Great Weekend Read by Claudia on 7/9/2015
Forgiving someone and accepting someone for who they are, even when that someone is you, those are the themes behind the story of Livy Reynolds and her cousin Robyn Martin. It had been almost three years since Robyn Martin had disappeared, leaving behind a husband and young daughter. Livy Reynolds, her cousin and a detective on the Memphis police force, had not been able to solve the mystery of Robyn’s disappearance. Livy now had her own problems as she struggled with having killed a robber armed with a very realistic toy gun. Could delving back into Robyn’s case along with private detective Alex Jennings, who was working on another case involving a missing woman, help heal her aching soul?
Patricia Bradley has filled Gone Without a Trace, book three in the Logan Point series, with a number of likely suspects. Mystery lovers will thoroughly enjoy sorting through carefully presented and timed clues, and attempting to narrow the list of suspects. Those who enjoy romance will not be disappointed either as new love blooms and dying embers of love are rekindled. While not romantic love, readers will also be moved by the difficulties as well as the ease with which family members express love for one another, and the horrors resulting from love withheld.
I enjoyed meeting Logan Point’s new characters and spending time with characters from the previous two books in the series. I must admit though, I did feel rather sorry for Charlie Martin, Robyn’s father, who seemed to be a bit neglected and unappreciated, and am hoping he has the opportunity to come forth as a strong character in any future books in this series. I thank Revell Publishers and Christian Fiction Blog Alliance for providing Gone Without a Trace for my honest review. I did not receive any monetary compensation for a favorable review and the opinions expressed here are strictly my own.
- Would Your Family Recognize You by Maureen on 7/8/2015
A read that is so hard to put down once you turn the first page, something is about to happen and does as you keep turning. If you like suspense and mystery this is for you, and you won’t be disappointed.
The author has woven a heart in your throat tale that keeps you riveted to the characters, and you begin to walk in their shoes. Yes, we are reunited with some old friends, but if you haven’t read the previous books, you quickly become friends also, but don’t deprive yourself enjoy the other two books.
This book has it all including a bit or romance, but it is subtle, and you will get it. We get a look at family relationships and the hurt that we can cause without even realizing it, but they are there for one another, especially when one is missing!
Could you change enough to be back in your family home, and they not know you? Good question, and you will find out the answer, because yes one hurt individual does just that. Think you would recognize your son or daughter no matter what? Interesting!
I received this book through Revell Reads Blogger Tour, and was not required to give a positive review.