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Melissa Rompart experienced a horror no child should see. She was a witness to the brutal murder of her parents. Because the killer saw her, she changed her identity to Christine Finder. As an adult, she created and operated an agency to find lost children. Her K-9 companion, Chief, partners her.
I was so excited to review this book. It sounded like a real page turner. When I read the prologue to this book, I was sucked right in. It grabbed me by the throat and made me catch my breath. It seemed that my expectations were spot on.
Unfortunately, that's where the thrill ended. The story line of this book is really, really good. However, the author could have benefited from more editing. I am a harsh critic when comes to misspellings, grammatical errors and repeated text in published books. This book contains many typographical errors that are impossible to overlook.
There was a large section of text that was printed in the wrong spot, and then reprinted again in the correct spot. To me, in a published book, that is inexcusable.
I found the text laborious. It was quite wordy; for example, the author seemed to choose 20 words when 5 would have been sufficient. The excitement of the story got lost in the verbosity of the text.
As I said, the story line was really good. I liked the characters and the plot. However, I couldn't get past the errors and the redundancy of the writing.
|Barbara Ann Derksen|
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