Vanished

Vanished Review

There is a saying that everyone has a double. In Maggie McKenzie's case, the saying is not only true, but the starting point for a troubling--and deadly--mystery.
Maggie has just begun her first job as a full-fledged newspaper reporter. It’s a dream come true. But soon the young journalist finds she is captivated by what should be old news – a girl who vanished years ago – who looks amazingly like her. Intrigued by what she has heard about the missing girl, Maggie takes advantage of her travels for another assignment to try to solve the mystery of Alyssa Lawson’s disappearance. While on her cross-country quest, Maggie meets psychologist Dr. Flynn Ford, who is interested in helping her solve the puzzle--and in getting to know Maggie better. But as the pair inches closer to the truth, witnessed begin turning dead. And it appears Maggie and Flynn could be next. Could the woman Maggie thinks might be her sister be trying to kill her?

Title:Vanished
Edition Language:English

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    Vanished Reviews

  • Marsha

    To be fair, I have a difficult time with LDS fiction and this book was no exception. I did think the characters were fine, even though Maggie (the main character) is a little too perfect as is her fam...

  • Ann

    I LOVED this book, it was exciting, heartbreaking, funny. I really liked the historic tidbits woven into the story, it was really fun to learn about Lewis and Clark. I really couldn't put this book do...

  • Hollie Robb

    I guess it was mystery. Well a lot of it was just a little too out their for me. The whole mind projection thing was too radical for me to believe that could happen; but again I am not a twin, so mayb...

  • Joni

    Lynn Gardner is one of my guilty pleasures. Action, adventure, gratuitous information about Stockholm Syndrome...who could pass that up? She has a captivating writing style that sucks you in. And I fe...

  • Jenny

    Even though I rated this a "2" I did stay up until 2 am, just so I could finish it and not have it take up any more time. (Really, the logic makes sense!)It was a quick, fun, not terribly predictable ...

  • Colleen

    I really wanted to like this book, but the premise seemed really far fetched. I don't really believe twins can get in to each others minds like that....

  • AriannaParker

    Normally, when I pick out a book I head right to the Fantasy genre. I love fantasy very much. Lately I have really loved reading Historical Fiction and Realistic Fiction as well. As a bit of a challen...

  • Nathalie S

    Whew! I was surprised how intense this book got! It had me guessing the whole way which is why I was, once again, disappointed by the ending. I like a clear resolution apparently and this one could go...

  • Ranee

    Really liked this - the twin telepathy was a little bizarre & that Maggie went so fast from her assignment on Lewis & Clark to not even on their path with it was a little out there but I liked the exc...

  • Bettyjo

    It was a great story, but a bit preachy....