The Girl Who Ran Away - Susan Lund

The Girl Who Ran Away

By Susan Lund

  • Release Date: 2019-05-20
  • Genre: Mysteries & Thrillers
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 991 Ratings

Description

A new missing persons case, a prime suspect and questions about an old friend challenge amateur sleuth and crime reporter Tess McClintock and FBI Special Agent Michael Carter in THE GIRL WHO RAN AWAY, the first book in the Girl Who Ran trilogy and a new book in the McClintock-Carter Crime Thriller Series.

While Tess McClintock finishes writing her articles about Eugene Kincaid for the Seattle Sentinel, the girlfriend and daughter of an old college friend go missing. When their car turns up abandoned on a remote logging road in the mountains, Tess's friend becomes the prime suspect. 

Tess and FBI Special Agent Michael Carter work together to discover whether her old friend is responsible for their disappearace.

Reviews

  • SMH

    3
    By mixdgirl2018
    Rachel is a HORRIBLE HORRIBLE person,Tess is a HORRIBLE HORRIBLE friend. Poor Craig & Mickey!!
  • THE GIRL WHO RAN AWAY

    5
    By Senior1935
    WOW‼️‼️. You won’t be able to to put this PAGE TURNER DOWN 👍👏👍
  • The Girl who ran way

    5
    By kathywamsley
    Awesome book fast moving. I loved the story line and characters. Thanks k
  • Back and forth

    3
    By stlouiewoman64
    Way too much back-and-forth in the story. Really made this confusing. So I would say just OK!
  • The Girl Who Ran Away

    3
    By bjs70
    It was an interesting story but way too dark a subject for me. Definitely not a fun or relaxing book to read.
  • No real ending

    1
    By kindal8
    I dislike books that just abruptly end with no resolution at all.
  • The Girl Who Ran Away

    2
    By v Grove
    A real page-turner- good book.
  • The Girl Who Ran Away

    5
    By Pins4
    Really enjoyed the book. Glad there was a happy ending for some or is it really? Can’t wait to read your next book and see how it ends.
  • The Girl Who Ran Away

    5
    By sometimers3
    Hard to put down. Harder to think of the lives children are subject to.