Her Silent Cry book pdf download for free or read online, also Her Silent Cry pdf was written by Lisa Regan.
Lisa Regan is the USA Today and Wall Street Journal bestselling author of the Detective Josie Quinn series. Lisa is the member of Sisters In Crime, International Thriller Writers, and also Mystery Writers of America.
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When seven-year-old Lucy Ross is kidnapped from the Denton City Park carousel, Detective Josie Quinn joins the desperate search. She’s the one who finds Lucy’s sparkly butterfly backpack left in the locker with a note with a devastating message: answer the phone or your sweetie dies…
The next day, Lucy’s parents are hopeful when they get a call they think is from her babysitter, but instead, a frozen man’s voice is on the line. Josie runs into the nanny’s small apartment, only to find her lifeless body in a tangle of sheets on her bed.
Josie takes on the riskiest case of her career, as every new call from someone connected to the family ends with the shocking discovery of another dead body. This twisted killer wants revenge and he won’t stop until the Ross family is torn apart…
Something tells Josie that Lucy’s parents aren’t telling her the whole truth, but digging deeper into her life will force her to confront a secret that will change her life. Does Josie even have what it takes to crack this case? She has no choice if she wants to bring Lucy home alive…
An absolutely unbeatable new crime thriller from an Amazon, USA Today, and Wall Street Journal bestselling author. Readers who love Robert Dugoni, Angela Marsons, and Rachel Caine will be enthralled until the stunning final page.
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Everyone knows to be careful with small children because they disappear in the blink of an eye. But what if it’s you? What if you sit next to them on a moving carousel? You wouldn’t believe a child could run away from a moving game while you’re sitting next to them. But that’s exactly what happened to Amy. Her daughter Lucy is nowhere to be found when the journey stops.
Lisa Regan has the Detective Josie Quinn back on a case in this 6 book in the series. Little Lucy Ross disappears from a moving carousel in the Denton City Park. Josie is there to start the case, literally. Because seconds before she got on the ride, she talked to Lucy’s parents.
After combing the park, it’s pretty clear that Lucy really is gone. And that’s where the Denton Police Department comes in. Lucy is at the head of the team and will do whatever it takes to find her and whoever is responsible for her.
The Ross family immediately steps in to help in any way they can. But something seems wrong, are they telling the truth? Lucy’s mom Amy seems to be withholding information and Josie has to dig deep to find out what or why. To add insult to injury, the kidnapper’s calls seem to come from people associated with the Ross family. Like her babysitter who is found dead when they get to her house.
Lisa’s writing style puts me at the center of the search. I felt like she was right next to Josie trying to find Lucy. The whole story really played out like a movie in my head. What I think good books should do. Transport you to the created world and make you believe that it is real.
There was an instant connection with Josie, I love the way she handles a case of hers. As a detective, she is not afraid to do the right thing on the case instead of her career. She’s not even afraid to ask the FBI for help or stand up to her boss. She is all naughty! At the same time, she had a lot of sympathy for the Ross family. The friction and emotion between them, as Lucy is missing for days, is palpable. She made it all too real.
The plot has some great twists. Meanwhile, the narrative alternates between Josie/the case and someone else. For spoiler purposes, I won’t say who. At the same time, it turns out that nothing is what it seems. It shows that no matter how well you hide it, your past can come back to haunt you.
The ending, although entertaining, was a bit exaggerated. It’s not your standard kidnap and ransom ending, which I liked. I’m not sure if that kind of grudge would justify kidnapping a girl. On the other hand, luckily I’m not a criminal mastermind with grudge issues, so I might be totally “normal”…
Since I hadn’t read any previous books in the Josie Quinn series, I was curious if it would be possible to read it as a stand-alone book without having to “dig” too much into the previous books. And it is quite possible to read it yourself! Of course, there were some mentions of past cases, as well as references to the shared history of some characters.
If you like strong female leads, unexpected twists and reveals, and a good suspenseful suspense story, you’ll love Detective Josie Quinn in Her Silent Cry.
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