The Trapped Girl
By Robert Dugoni
Surprising twists and turns.
This book will leave you guessing until the very end, who is missing, who died, and who killed who. In a cleverly written book, we find Detective Tracy Crosswhite in the fourth instalment of this series, discovering a women’s body caught in a crab pot.
The answers to who it is and who put it there are not what they seem. What follows is a twisted trail that leads in circles as questions are answered, or are they?
The book is undoubtedly well written, with a suspense that has you hanging out for more. The characters are well developed.
Even though this is the fourth book in the series, it can be read, as I did, as a stand alone.
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