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Summary

A heart-pounding suspense thriller written by New York Times and USA Today best-selling author Kristen Middleton.

A missing child.

A gifted psychic.

A serial killer who preys on the innocent.

When a seven-year-old girl goes missing near Two Harbors, Minnesota, psychic Carissa Jones offers to help locate her. Desperate to find the child, and with no real leads, the local authorities agree to pull her into the case.

This is book one in The Missing series. Each story will focus on Carissa Jones and her involvement in each case.

©1999 Kristen Middleton (P)2017 Kristen Middleton

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Searching for Faith

Written by Kristen Middleton, this is the first book I have heard of hers and I must say I really enjoyed it

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  • 18-06-17

predictable

No surprises here. No Cliffhangers. A very poorly arranged story. The entire ending spent setting up the idea for another book.

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  • Margarita Noyes
  • 19-08-18

Frustrating narrator, ok book

The narrator makes all male voices sound alike - she uses an affected low register for all of them. Her female voices vary more, but are all pretty annoying. She should get some coaching on how to do voices. The story was good, but several scenes were unbelievable. All in all, it was diverting enough for light entertainment but nothing special.

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  • Linda
  • 02-03-18

Thanks<br />

This is a great book. I will be in search of more by this author.