Grateful for this wonderful review from Miriam Hurdle for my thriller, Virtually Gone- thank you so much!
I’ve read many interesting books last month and this month and am happy to share the reviews with you.
Virtually Gone: A Julie Crenshaw Murder/Mystery by Jacquie Biggar
Virtually Gone by Jacquie Biggar is Book 6 of the High-Tech Crime Solvers, but this book reads well as a stand-alone book. Julie Crenshaw is a Vancouver Island Broadcasting System reporter assigned to investigate a series of sexual assault cases. The last victim, Emily, is raped and killed. Detective Matthew Roy is at the crime scene when Julie wants to interview him. He only agrees to do so because Julie is his partner’s girlfriend. The rise of crime in recent years frustrates him. These cases particularly upset him because his half-sister was raped and murdered ten years ago. It’s his determination to get this predator.
The plot develops tightly and moves along at a steady pace. Some evidence, such as Emily…
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