No One Saw

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Nobody saw a thing. Or so they say…

Baywood police department detective A.L. McKittridge is no stranger to tough cases, but when five-year-old Emma Whitman disappears from her day care, there isn’t a single shred of evidence to go on. Neither the grandmother who dropped her off, nor the teacher whose care she was supposed to be in, can account for the missing child. There are no witnesses. No trace of where she might have gone. There’s only one thing A.L. and his partner, Rena Morgan, are sure of—somebody is lying.

With the clock ticking, A.L. and Rena are under extreme pressure as they discover their instincts are correct: all is not as it seems. The Whitmans are a family with many secrets, and A.L. and Rena will have to race to untangle a growing web of lies if they’re going to find the thread that leads them to Emma…before it’s too late.
7 reviews
Linda Strong
October 15, 2020
Where is Emma Whitman? Her grandmother dropped her off at day care early one morning. When the parents went to pick her up that afternoon, she was told Emma hadn't been there that day. The child's teacher said she never saw her ... or the grandmother. There are no witnesses. No trace of where she might have gone. When Detectives A.L. McKittridge and his partner Rena Morgan are called in to investigate, the one thing they learn is that somebody is lying. But who and why? They also learn that the family of Emma has secrets .. what are they hiding? Suspenseful from start to finish, the detectives use every resource at their hands to find the missing child. There are plenty of suspects to look at and follow. It's hard to point a finger at any one person until the surprising unexpected conclusion. Although second in the series, it reads easily as a stand alone. But I do recommend reading them is order. The characters are deftly drawn and the balance of professional and personal bring them to life. Many thanks to the author / Harlequin / Netgalley for the digital copy of this crime fiction. Read and reviewed voluntarily, opinions expressed here are unbiased and entirely my own.
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Teri Hicks
May 26, 2020
I read the first book in the series where we were introduced to McKittridge and was excited to see what this author would come up with next. While it does drag a little in the middle it's still a great read with plenty of dicey as well as frustrating moments as the detectives go through the steps of figuring out where, when and how this all could have happened. Many times you find yourself getting excited thinking everything is solved only to be found wrong. It's a scary thing when a child turns up missing. It brings to mind too many things for both detectives which they have to get through in order to solve their case. It's a well written story with plenty of intrigue and a twisted ending which you don't totally expect.
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A Google user
Five year old Emma is missing from her day care. Detectives A.L. McKittridge and Rena Morgan have been called in to investigate. Time is not their friend at the moment and they must hurry to unravel ...

About the author

Beverly Long"s writing career has spanned more than two decades and twenty novels. She writes romantic suspense with sexy heroes and smart heroines. She can often be found with her laptop in a coffee shop with a cafe au lait and anythiing made with dark chocolate by her side.

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