A Person Could Disappear Here By Terri George. This book definitely had my head spinning. The author does an incredible job of writing about issues some may have a hard time reading. The attention to even the simplest details can be seen and I applaud the author for going through such lengths to write such an emotional story. It’s told in duel point of views and I always feel that makes for a more rounded storyline. This is my first book by this author but I’ll definitely be looking into more. It’s well written and paced nicely. It’s an emotional roller coaster ride for sure. I’m giving this story a five star review and highly recommend it.
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