A Vanishing of Divas

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When a series of mysteriously linked women start disappearing from their homes – each of them past sorority members that graduated Northwestern University in the late 1960s – it becomes apparent to the public that they have more in common with each other than meets the eye. Kurt McBride takes the case with hesitation after being contacted by one woman who considers herself a target, but he quickly develops a more personal interest in the case when the kidnapper hits closer to home. McBride enlists some of his most capable friends and colleagues to help him on the case, but the targeted women won’t talk, which proves both frustrating and enticing for an investigator like McBride. He knows there is not much work he can do with their secrets and lies looming over the case, frequently reminding them that their silence will cause them great danger.

The suspense keeps the book page turning, and although the writing is jumbled at times, it’s hard not to have compassion for the well-developed characters or to enjoy the humorous undertones.

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Star Count 4/5
Format eBook
Page Count 506 KB
Publisher ClemAdele Publishing
Publish Date 25-May-2011
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Issue November 2011
Category Mystery, Crime, Thriller


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