When All The Girls Have Gone by Jayne Ann Krentz
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Thanks to Berkley Publishing Group via NetGalley for the ARC amazon.kindle edition of [title: When All The Girls Have Gone] by Jayne Ann Krentz. This is my honest review.
As an avid reader, it is rare to find a book that throws curves, while remaining true to the plot and the point of view of the narrative protagonist.
The main protagonist was unlikely, plain, perhaps boring in her life before this mystery shakes her life plans. Charlotte Sawyer awakens to her strength, and does what needs to be done. She may be afraid, but her bravery win her more than she could have imagined.
Charlotte, recently dumped by her fiance, loses her investments in failed wedding plans. She meets Max a detective while trying to locate her missing step-sister. Overnight Ms. Sawyer's life changes.
Entertaining read. This is in the ballpark of a cozy mystery. Meaningful subplots running through the story keep the reader guessing.
I will recommend it for our library.
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