Vanished

Vanished Vanished is a chilling tale with a shocking conclusion about the strange disappearance of a childA schoolboy hurried along narrow deserted streets clutching a satchel of books under his arm The murky

  • Title: Vanished
  • Author: Karen Lewis
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 306
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Vanished is a chilling tale with a shocking conclusion, about the strange disappearance of a childA schoolboy hurried along narrow deserted streets clutching a satchel of books under his arm The murky winter twilight gathered stealthily around him As he passed by the corner grocery store, he waved to the proprietor, who returned the greeting He didn t have far to goVanished is a chilling tale with a shocking conclusion, about the strange disappearance of a childA schoolboy hurried along narrow deserted streets clutching a satchel of books under his arm The murky winter twilight gathered stealthily around him As he passed by the corner grocery store, he waved to the proprietor, who returned the greeting He didn t have far to go now his home was just the third house down from the corner Where, at that very moment, his mother boiled water for his tea But he never made it For somewhere in that short distance of just about one hundred feet, he simply vanished and was never seen again Fifteen years later, the case still remained unsolved Under its former title Monsters in our Midst, this novel received the following reviews REVIEW FROM COFFEE TIME ROMANCE Ms Lewis brings to light one of the horrors that any parent prays they never experience The unknown would be like a cancer that just eats away at your very soul As a parent, I can only hope that there are people out there like Scott Preston, who take it upon themselves to keep a case like this alive The real tragedy in this story is the fact that no matter how horrible the truth, it is so much better than not knowing REVIEW FROM DARK ANGELS MONSTERS IN OUT MIDST by Karen Lewis will chill you to the bone What an excellent suspense thriller to get lost in Every person questioned in this story has a little something to hide and you never know what it s going to be I found myself gaping and gasping a few times, through out the story I was so eager to read , I was able to finish the book, in a few short hours Karen Lewis knows how to make sneaky characters, twisting clues and a dangerous plot that will keeps you guessing, even when you think it s over I have to tell you, I had no idea who the bad guy was Every time a new character was introduced I was certain they were the perpetrator, but things just kept going farther and farther into left field The fact that I had no idea what really was happening, kept me guessing, until the very end You know, in most of the mystery books you read, you can guess who done it Well in MONSTERS IN OUR MIDST I guessed wrong and the ending will give you the willies I can t wait to get my hands on of Ms Lewis s work REVIEW FROM BROWLER BOOKS Karen Lewis takes you back in time to solve a cold case She has written a very interesting mystery that will leave you completely shocked at the outcome Scott Preston is a newspaper reporter given a very difficult assignment He has to investigate a cold case of a missing boy that happened fifteen years ago The police couldn t solve the case, so he feels that he shouldn t be asked to look into this case The he investigates the interested he gets Things don t always add up the way they should This book will hold your interest from page one all the way to the very last page I would recommend this book 4.5 stars REVIEW FROM MANIC READERS I really enjoyed Monsters in Our Midst Karen Lewis has a fluent, easy writing style which draws the reader in Her characters are well drawn and believable I was particularly taken with Scott s Aunt Violet You get the feeling throughout that somebody knows something and isn t telling, but you can t work out who Is it the neighbor who was away at the time, but seems a bit shifty Or the truck driver who taught part time at the boy s school and may have been seen in his company on the fatal day Or even the boy s own mother, who seems far too unemotional about the whole thing and can only deal with the situation by insisting that her son is still alive .

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    One thought on “Vanished”

    1. I chose this book as a Kindle First deal, It is a short book, about 100 pages, so not sure if it is actually a novel or novella. The story is very gripping and just keeps you turning the pages. I think a few more pages to build the characters because even now I have finished it I still don't feel I know the characters. Very good book and story even though I worked out the murderer quite early on .

    2. I recommend this authorI did enjoy this book despite the fact that it did not grab and hold my attention. It's not the kind of story you get so wrapped up in, you can't put it down. The author does have well developed characters, a good plot, and wove everything together well. I will read more of her work to see if she can get that "grab you" factor that makes a good writer a great writer.

    3. Good readI really enjoyed this book. It was full of suspense and had a surprise ending. Look forward to reading more from this writer.

    4. great story, a real page turner! the ending totally through me, so was not expecting that!!

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