Missing

Missing KIDNAPPING MURDER REVENGEDonna and Hunter Gates appear to be the perfect power couple He s a wealthy city councilman She s a popular news anchor for a local TV station One night when Hunter comes home

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  • Title: Missing
  • Author: Susan Fleet
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 141
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • KIDNAPPING MURDER REVENGEDonna and Hunter Gates appear to be the perfect power couple He s a wealthy city councilman She s a popular news anchor for a local TV station One night when Hunter comes home, Donna and their two small children are gone He asks NOPD Detective Frank Renzi to find them Renzi uncovers a tangled web of lies Donna and Hunter have dark secretsKIDNAPPING MURDER REVENGEDonna and Hunter Gates appear to be the perfect power couple He s a wealthy city councilman She s a popular news anchor for a local TV station One night when Hunter comes home, Donna and their two small children are gone He asks NOPD Detective Frank Renzi to find them Renzi uncovers a tangled web of lies Donna and Hunter have dark secrets Renzi fears Donna may already be dead Is this a kidnapping A cover up for murder Payback for past misdeeds When one hostage is found brutally murdered, Renzi must unravel the secrets and find the killer before it s too late.
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    • Joann says:

      Wow, this was a great read. I had never read any of this author's books before and I downloaded it because it was a freebie. I usually get stung by most of the freebies but lucked out on this one. This was # 6 in the series but I didn't feel lost. They were so well written that I will try and read the first five in this series. It is set in New Orleans and I loved reading about parts of a city I've never visited. This was a great mystery and did have some vile characters in it. I thought some of [...]

    • Jim says:

      I think I've figured out that reading Susan Fleet's Frank Renzi series is an acquired taste. The sixth book in the series was more enjoyable to read than any of the other five books. Renzi, is the venerable NOPD homicide detective formerly from Boston where he spent many years on Boston's PD homicide department. Somewhat broken after a bad divorce and a shooting that went sideways, he'd moved to New Orleans for a new start. Renzi now partnered with the respected Kenyon Martin have become the dep [...]

    • Tere Fredericks says:

      Excellent MysteryEven though you actually know whodunit, there are still mysteries in this book, along with nail biting suspense: will they get there in time? Several of those! This is my first Frank Renzi story, and I want to read more. As for the nail biting, read it. I REALLY lost four fingernails!

    • Marcena Kane says:

      ExcitingI had a hard time putting this book down. I plan to go back and read the other ' Frank Rennzi' books, too.

    • Nina Mintzer says:

      A thoroughly good book from beginning to the endFrank Renzi, I am thrilled to have met you. I enjoyed this character as much as Lee Child's Jack Reacher and that is saying a lot. The story grabbed me from the opening page and I held onto the ride until the ending. I appreciated the authors brevity when needed. I get so tired of skipping pages of what I deem as "filler" and unnecessary exaggerations. This was all meat and potatoes. The story of a corrupt bully of a businessman whose family is kid [...]

    • Bruce Deming says:

      This story was very suspenseful. Tension of solution carried me through to the end. This was my first read of the Frank Renzi series by Susan Fleet who I became aware of through and her profile and interests (music, jazz, empowering women) made me click on the free sample ebook offer.Frank Renzi has his hands full in New Orleans in this story. Every character is in his or her own mire of flaws and mistakes as is fitting to a criminal investigation, some a bit forgivable and some not, but no one [...]

    • dollie ledford says:

      Great bookThis story grabs you in the first few pages. Beautifully written, I couldn't put the book down. A gripping and heart rendering story. I have to recommend this book to my sister's.

    • Carolyn Dewalt says:

      Not your typical kidnappingFirst book by this author and will check out others. Liked the unusual twist to a kidnapping. Appreciated no sex or foul language to take away from the story.

    • Linda Bryan says:

      Great StoryI actually give this book a 5~star rating! The opening grabs your attention and keeps it through twists and turns to the very end.

    • Kathy LeJeune says:

      Fantastic! I love Frank Renzi!

    • Judy says:

      Very good, the story was so different wasn't sure how it would end, and was shocked.

    • Janet says:

      very good

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