It was comfortable getting back with Quincy and Rainie, and this story was a very acceptablefor these two characters.
Telly and Sharlah, brother and younger sister, have bounced around in foster care after the deaths of their parents. They’ve been separated for eight years. Sharlah is about to be adopted by Quincy and Rainie, but Telly is close to aging out of the foster system. Then two bodies are discovered at a convenience store, and the plot is off and running.
Lisa Gardner can tell a story! She supplied information that led me down a path, then she made me stop to think on just where this was going? Several ideas on plot line came to mind. I read some more and I had to stop and evaluate. So that was wrong! .I would adjust my thinking and continue.
Telly and Sharlah were immediately working on my emotions. Their memories and their stories, although they experienced the same event, were so very different. These two characters were enjoyably well written. With one of the trackers, Cal, my feelings wavered. I was not sure about him. And I have to mention Luka; he was an interesting addition to the plot.
Although this is part of a series, there is a big gap between this book and the previous books. This one works very well as a standalone.