Now That She’s Gone (Waterman & Stark, #2) by: Gregg Olsen

Now That She's Gone (Waterman and Stark, #2)Now That She’s Gone by Gregg Olsen
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

She did see the great value she could bring to the justice system. She could see the sad appreciation on the faces of those who wanted to know the why behind the unthinkable. Sometimes, she knew, the why wouldn’t be enough.

Forensic pathologist Birdy Waterman and sheriff’s detective Kendall Stark work well together as they bring justice to their little town in Washington State. Kendall has compassion and no patience for those of the Narcissistic kind. Her compassion comes from her Autistic son and her lack of patience from seeing justice denied. Her lack of patience is about to be tested when she is required by her boss to do a reality show on a cold case involving the disappearance of a local girl. It becomes personal when the cold case and the escape of Brenda Nevins collide.

Narcissism is the key word for this thriller and it comes in all kinds using everything in its power to make itself known. That being said, this is a free for all when it comes to anything goes. Kendall’s character brings it home in pursuit of righting a wrong and having faith that it can be right.

A real page turner with twists and turns and cliff hanger! Looking forward to the next installment!

A Special Thank You to Kensington Books and Netgalley for the ARC and the opportunity to post an honest review.

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