Saturday, January 14, 2017

When All the Girls Have Gone by Jayne Ann Krentz

Charlotte Sawyer has finally found her calling. She is the activities coordinator at a nursing home in Seattle. She has her step-sister, Jocelyn, and is happy with her life. Even the unfortunate engagement to a man who called off the wedding five days before it was going to happen, can't rock her optimism. But then she finds out that her sister's best friend Louise is dead. And there is no way to get a hold of Jocelyn. She is on a month long tech free retreat.

While checking the mail at Jocelyn's, Charlotte finds an envelope from Louise. Charlotte goes to Louise's and finds private investigator, Max Cutler. Max has been hired by Louise's cousin to find out what happened to her. He doesn't believe she overdosed but was murdered.

Charlotte and Max team up and soon discover that Jocelyn isn't at her retreat. Now they turn to the investment group the women were in with three other women. But something isn't adding up with the group. And it looks like an event from the past might also have something to do with what is happening now. Can Charlotte and Max solve the mystery before it is too late?

Another great one by Jayne Ann Krentz. The characters and the story were engaging and suspenseful. I am a big fan of Jayne Ann Krentz and always recommend all her genres of writing.

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