Long Time Lost
In Long Time Lost, Nick Miller has made a living out of making people disappear. Most of those are people he is trying to hide from Connor Lane, an untouchable criminal masquerading as a businessman. The bodies around Connor are starting to pile up, but there is no evidence connecting him. Kate Sutherland is under police protection in preparation for testifying against Connor’s brother, Russell. Connor protects himself as well as his brother, so he sends someone to kill Kate. Thankfully, Nick gets to her first, and she enters into his hiding program. Nick has his own history with Connor and sees Kate as a way to end this once and for all. It doesn’t take long for Nick and Kate to see how far Connor will go to end things his way and that some things can’t stay hidden forever.
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. I loved the characters, the plot, even the way it was written. It flowed so smoothly that it made it incredibly difficult to put down. Nick was definitely my favorite character, but I also enjoyed those who worked on his team. It would be hard to leave everything you know behind, just to stay alive. It was understandable that some of Nick’s clients had a hard time adjusting to their life in hiding. I didn’t envy him of his job, and that idea that he was doing it on his own because he believed in it was very impressive.
The way the author wrote the ending made it seem like there could be more Nick Miller and Kate Sutherland adventures. I would certainly read those. I would recommend this book to most people. Great story line, fairly clean and only some violence. Definitely a book worth checking out.
|Page Count||464 pages|
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|Category||Mystery, Crime & Thriller|