04 July 2011

Book Review: The Girl Who Disappeared Twice

Casey Woods owns a unique business called Forensic Instincts.  It consists of her (a behaviourist), a former Navy SEAL, and a tech guru.  They consult on criminal cases, and they're able to cut corners since they aren't bound by the same laws and bureaucratic red tape that standard law enforcement agencies face.

This book opens with the kidnapping of Krissy Willis, the daughter of a prominent judge and defence attorney.  Casey is reluctant to take the case for two reasons: (1) she gets the call immediately after finishing one gruelling case and (2) she senses that Judge Hope Willis is holding back a secret.  But when she discovers Hope's secret, Casey takes the case.

This book is a fast-paced thriller, and I was hooked immediately.  The full review is here.

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