What She Found Book Review
|Title:||What She Found|
|Published:||August 23, 2022, Thomas & Mercer|
|No. of Pages:||343|
|Cover Price:||$5.99 Kindle|
Robert Dugoni’s ninth novel in his bestselling Tracy Crosswhite series, What She Found , grabs readers in the first few pages, and keeps them on their seats throughout the novel. Tracy is working cold cases at the police department, and starts investigating a disappearance that occurred over 20 years prior. The missing person was a journalist and was looking into several important issues of the day; her daughter wants closure and asks Tracy to look into it. As Tracy follows the clues, she uncovers several issues that could put her in danger even 20 years after the disappearance, especially due to the fact that no body has every been found body was ever found.
Dugoni is an excellent storyteller, and the storyline in this novel is fascinating. Readers will be kept on the edges of their seats, and the novel has dozens of unexpected twists and turns. Tracy’s character is likeable, as well as her lawyer husband, and now they have a baby which is a big influence on Tracy’s character. Each novel in the series develops the main characters as they evolve over time, and they seem real. One of the reasons Tracy is so real is that readers can relate to her because she has had several horrible events through her life, i.e., the disappearance of her sister and the suicide of her father. It makes her more empathetic to the victims and their families in the novels.
For those who are fans of the Tracy Crosswhite series, this is a must read; it is well-written and has a plot that is unexpected. Those who aren’t familiar with the series will want to read all of the previous novels. However, this novel can be read as a standalone. This is another good one from Dugoni
Special thanks to NetGalley for supplying a re.view copy of this book.
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