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Not everyone who's missing is lost
When two teenage girls go missing along the Irish border, forensic psychologist Paula Maguire has to return to the hometown she left years before. Swirling with rumour and secrets, the town is gripped by fear of a serial killer. But the truth could be even darker.
Not everyone who's lost wants to be found
Surrounded by people and places she tried to forget, Paula digs into the cases as the truth twists further away. What's the link with two other disappearances from 1985? And why does everything lead back to the town's dark past- including the reasons her own mother went missing years before?
Nothing is what it seems
As the shocking truth is revealed, Paula learns that sometimes, it's better not to find what you've lost.
Book 1 in the Paula Maguire series.
This book gets a 4/5 from me. It's an interesting read, and more than enough to keep you gripped and guessing.
After leaving her home town in Ireland, Paula was certain she would never go back, yet here she is heading back. As forensic Psychologist , Paula is working with a team to find 2 missing girls.
I can't help thinking Paula's character should have been a copper, as she does seem to think she is one from time to time.
That said I mostly liked her character, and I look forward to reading more from this series and getting to know Paula some more.
She has history and baggage, but she is a likeable character and I'm hoping she will grow and develop into something special over the next few books.
I have since bought this book for the kindle so that my mum could read it, I think she'll enjoy it too.