Top positive review
on 13 January 2015
This is book 4 in the series and I am finding them a bit hit and miss. This book is really good and has the reader gripped. Linda has made an excellent job of making this book stand alone while still continuing the series, a knack that was definitely missing in book 2. the series is centred around the Amish faith and builds the readers knowledge steadily throughout the series. This story is about teenagers within the faith who have gone 'off the rails' and go missing. The suspense builds throughout the book and it is about 3 chapters from the end before the abductor/s is/are revealed. But then in the next chapter Linda throws in a curve ball which I don't think works hence the 4 stars instead of 5.