Laura Griffith is a librarian whose quiet life changed when she gained
custody of her sixteen-year-old sister, Darcy. Darcy thinks Laura has
too many rules, so she leaves a note and decides to strike out on her
own. She was suppose to take the bus to a friends in Chicago but a
snowstorm delays her. She makes her way to a homeless shelter where she
meets Mark Hamilton. Laura decides to hire PI James 'Dev' Devlin to help
track down Darcy. Dev finds a couple of leads but it seems Darcy has
disappeared. Dev knows with teen runaways, time is of the essence, but
the deeper that Laura and Dev dig, the more Dev's gut tells him
something very strange is going on. But will he figure it out before
'strange' turns to 'deadly'?
Trapped is a chilling,
edge-of-your-seat, hard-to-put-down thriller that you will not want to
miss! In Vanished, (book 1), we've gotten acquainted the folks at
Phoenix, Inc., and although this story really revolves around Dev,
you'll find all the players present. I thoroughly enjoyed the close
camaraderie and banter they share. It's fun. Dev was a great guy and I
liked how the author allowed the reader to hear what he was thinking.
Laura was a great lady that I enjoyed getting to know. Together they had
lots of chemistry. I must say that the villain in this story was really
creepy and provided for some very intense moments. Whew! I liked how
Laura's faith not only made a difference in her life but in the lives of
others as well. Trapped is book two in the Private Justice series and
my favorite so far. If you enjoy Dee Henderson, Anne Patrick or Lynette
Eason then you would definitely enjoy this series. Now I'm looking
forward to reading Deceived when it comes out.
*This complimentary copy was provided by Revell through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review*
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