The Girl Who Escaped by Mark Nolan – Review by Cheyenne Huffman

The Girl Who EscapedThe Girl Who Escaped by Mark Nolan
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The Girl Who Escaped By Mark Nolan
4 out of 5 stars

One month ago, four college girls were abducted. Three were brutally murdered. One girl escaped.

Angie Taylor was traumatized and shocked speechless. The police think she killed her friends, and then had a mental breakdown.
Her psychiatrist believes she has an emotionally unstable personality disorder.
Can she ever speak up and describe the killer’s face to a police sketch artist?
Is the murderer stalking her right now, eager to finish what he started? Everyone in the city is on edge, fearing the worst, not sure what to believe.

A visit from a determined FBI agent shakes things up and raises the stakes. FBI Special Agent Brenda Reynolds of the VSRT must investigate whether the mysterious silent girl is a victim, a killer, or has gone insane.

When I read a Suspense or Thriller novel my expectations are always high. I’m preparing to be immersed, challenged and baffled by the twists I didn’t see coming.

Author Mark Nolan knows how to deliver that experience. With an incredible can’t-put-down plot, well-developed characters, and a rollercoaster of a ride you will be flipping pages quick trying to get to the next chapter.

I highly recommend this book and will be reading other Mark Nolan books in the future.

4/5 star read for me!!

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