In the final installment of her Lydia Strong series, best-selling author Lisa Unger, writing as Lisa Miscione, brings us her most shocking and emotionally wrenching case yet. An NYPD detective visits Lydia and her husband, P.I. Jeffrey Mark, to inform them that Lily, one of Lydia’s former writing students, has been missing for more than two weeks. Before she disappeared, Lily had tried to get in touch with Lydia, seeking her help. Could this have had something to do with the death of Lily’s brother, which Lily refused to accept as a suicide?
If they want to discover the truth, Lydia and Jeffrey will have to follow the trail that Lily left behind, a trail of evidence that - like Lily herself - seems to disappear like smoke.
Struggled to finish this book. Narrator was pretty bad. I Would not recommend this book.
If you could sum up Smoke in three words, what would they be?
Twisty, conspiratorial, exposed!
Have you listened to any of Emily Beresford’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
Aside from this series I'm not sure if I have but her being a narrator may tip the scales to a yes purchase if a was on the fence.
Any additional comments?
This was an early series in the author's career. While it is rough around the edges, more so in the first 2 books in the series, you can see she's going to be a best selling author. I would love to see what Lydia is up to now!!
Absolutely loved Lydia Strong and all her journey's and conviction to doing what's right and helping those in need!