The Trapped Girl by Robert Dugoni
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Thank you to NetGalley and Thomas & Mercer for the ARC, The Trapped Girl by Robert Dugoni. This was my first Robert Dugoni detective and mystery thriller and oh what a wild ride. I could not put down this 4th book in the Tracey Crosswhite series, loved the plot with all its twists & turns and the characters of Tracy and her team were authentic, hardworking, honest detectives while Dan (her sweet boyfriend) and Andrea Strickland (shy, quiet victim) were normal everyday people. But I especially enjoyed the nasty characters as well- especially Andrea’s weasel husband and suspect, Graham. Dugoni’s story was a taut, suspenseful mystery with so many angles and seemingly very complicated. A woman’s body is found in a crab net on Puget Sound and as Detective Tracy Crosswhite investigates, it becomes very apparent, the victim was not going to be easily identified. The back story about Tracy’s sister’s unsolved murder was a tense added plot element. As a result of this psychological thriller, I will definitely be reading many more Robert Dugoni novels. Highly recommended!
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