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The discovery of an abandoned child forges a chilling link with an infamous cold case.
It’s early morning in Sweet Home, Oregon. Officer Lacey James speeds down an empty highway when a young girl appears out of nowhere. She’s alone and terrified. Unable to speak. Lacey begins searching for her parents but soon, the investigation hits a dead end.
Enlisting the help of outside agencies, a task force is formed. Who is this child? Where does she come from? And why haven’t her parents stepped forward?
As the mystery surrounding the girl’s identity begins to unravel, a shocking truth about the child’s past is revealed. A link to an infamous cold case thrusts Lacey into a media firestorm, the likes of which Sweet Home has never seen.
Will revealing the truth endanger the girl’s life?
Can Lacey return the child safely to her family, or will she be the next one to die?
This was my first Lacy James novel, but I never felt lost. The characters are interesting and well-written, so I was drawn in enough to want to read the earlier stories.
Hide Her is a great mystery that starts with Lacy finding a small girl in the middle of the road, and leads to the revelation of shocking family secrets.
The storyline felt realistic to me, and the plot was well thought out, including twists and turns.
Cassandra Metcalf gives a lot of depth and emotions to Lacy while Nathan Agin does a good job with the male POVs.
An excellent procedural mystery.
Series: Lacey James Mystery |