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Virtually Gone (High-Tech Crime Solvers Book 6) by Jacquie Biggar – Review by Heather Bass

Virtually Gone (High-Tech Crime Solvers #6)Virtually Gone by Jacquie Biggar
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I have read a couple of books from this author and I always get my mind blown when I read her work. I absolutely love a good mystery but this author always exceeds my expectations. This is the sixth book of the High- tech crime solvers series. You can read it as a stand alone but you might get a little confused by the back story. I was hooked on the characters right from the beginning. These characters drew me into their story and I could not stop until the end. It only took me a few hours to devour this chilling mystery.

Julie Crenshaw is an investigative reporter and she loves what she does. She is just starting to get back on her feet from her past. Julie stumbles on a new case that she takes very personally. She is brought into a sexual assault case that she needs to she needs to solve before she becomes the next victim. Julie is starting to figure things out with the detective but will they be able to keep it strictly business? Will Julie figure out who the criminal is or will they find her first?

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Virtually Gone (High-Tech Crime Solvers Book 6) by Jacquie Biggar – Review by Katie Kearney

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Virtually Gone: A Mended Souls Novel (High-Tech Crime Solvers Book 6) by Jacquie Biggar. As someone who hasn’t read the others in this series I found it a little slower at first but when it picked up for me I was hooked. I’m thinking if I’d read others first it may have felt a bit different but I can say it was easy to read as a stand-alone without any confusion but more of a “hmm have I missed something in the other books?” But not so much that it takes away from this book. I am looking forward to going back and reading more. The characters are complex and relatable, each one brings something unique to the storyline. I did find myself on the edge of my seat a time or two trying to read faster to see what would happen next. I’m giving this story a four star review and recommend it. Excited to read the rest.

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Virtually Gone (High-Tech Crime Solvers Book 6) by Jacquie Biggar – Review by Amanda Taylor

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Virtually Gone (High-Tech Crime Solvers Book 6) by Jacquie Biggar is a mystery thriller book. I did not read the other books in this series but wish I would have. But it was an easy book to get into after starting to read it. I could not put this book down; I love the way Jacquie wrote this story so I will be going back to read the rest of her books. Julie Crenshaw is the main female character; she is an investigative reporter. Matthew Roy is the main male character; he is a detective and frustrated with his inability to track a rapist terrorizing his city. When Julie does not listen to the Detective will he be able to save her when she becomes the target? This was a great book to read, highly recommend

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Virtually Gone (High-Tech Crime Solvers Book 6) by Jacquie Biggar – Review by Lucy Berson

Virtually Gone (High-Tech Crime Solvers #6)Virtually Gone by Jacquie Biggar
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Virtually Gone (High-Tech Crime Solvers #6) by Jacquie Biggar. This book was slightly out of my normal type of reads but I absolutely did enjoy reading this book. I have read other books by this author and liked them so much that I came back for more. It was filled with crime, drama, suspense and mystery, I was not able to put it down until I was able to get to the end of the story. It kept me intrigued throughout the entire book. I can not wait to see what else Ms. Biggar has in store for us.

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Virtually Gone (High-Tech Crime Solvers Book 6) by Jacquie Biggar – Review by Felicia Bates

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Virtually Gone : A Mended Souls Novel (High-Tech Crime Solvers Book 6)
Jacquie Biggar
3.5 out of 5 stars

When I stumbled across Virtually Gone, I was really intrigued. Not only did the synopsis set the premise of a good story, I was drawn by the fact that this series is comprised of various authors and their contributions. This review is difficult for me as I feel my opinions are contradictory. I will start by saying I really liked the book overall. It was about 150 pages so it proved to be a really fast read. While it had my attention from the beginning, it was simultaneously hard for me to get into the storyline because for whatever reason, I had a hard time initially keeping the main characters straight. I did like the chemistry between characters, however.
I thought the story flowed well and it was different subject matter than I find myself gravitating toward regularly. I am interested in exploring Jacquie Biggar’s writing more in the future as this was my first experience with this author.

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Virtually Gone (High-Tech Crime Solvers Book 6) by Jacquie Biggar – Review by Rachel Moss

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Virtually Gone by Jacquie Biggar is the sixth book in the High-Tech Crime Solvers series and it was a great read! I could hardly put this book down once I started reading it. It was thrilling, and definitely crime filled! I was filled suspense almost the whole time I was reading this! This is first novel in this series I’ve read, and while it is the sixth installment, I didn’t feel like I absolutely had to read the other for this to make sense. It would have definitely helped if I read the other installments, but this book could absolutely be read as a stand-alone and you wouldn’t be thrown off. Another novel from this author that I loved!

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Virtually Gone (High-Tech Crime Solvers Book 6) by Jacquie Biggar – Review by Tausha Treadway

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Virtually Gone (High-Tech Crime Solvers Book 6) by Jacquie Biggar. I loved the previous books in the series so I had high hopes for this one and I was not disappointed. It can be read as a standalone but I’ve enjoyed reading them all. Its the story of Julie Crenshaw who is an investigative reporter and Matthew Roy who is a detective. Julie has come upon a case that may make or break her career. There is a string of Sexual abuse cases but what Julie doesn’t know its going to throw her right in the rapists path. Matt is ticked off because he can’t solve this case. He is ticked at Connor his partner whose reporter girlfriend seems to always be one step ahead of him. If it weren’t for Connor, Matt would have probably killed or at least locked up Julie. When the rapist resorts to murder the stakes are even higher. Will Matt, Connor and Julie use technology to solve this crime before some else gets hurt or worse murdered. Will Matt and Connor still be partners/friends at the end of this investigation? Read Virtually Gone to find out!

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Virtually Gone (High-Tech Crime Solvers Book 6) by Jacquie Biggar – Review by Jana Teppih

Virtually Gone (High-Tech Crime Solvers #6)Virtually Gone by Jacquie Biggar
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Virtually Gone is the sixth book in High-Tech Crime Solvers series where a group of authors have gotten together to write series of techno-thrillers, stories that have a promise of high technology and interlocking cast of characters and where one might just get away with a murder! I had read Jacquie Biggar’s Men of WarHawks series so I expected something spectacular and I was slightly disappointed! I felt that this story was not of the same calibre as the WarHawks series though overall I do not regret that I picked up a copy.
Virtually Gone takes place in Victoria in British Columbia and we meet Julie who is an investigative reporter and Matt’s partner’s Connor’s girlfriend so it makes Matt’s life, who is the lead Detective in this story, a bit dicey! Throw into the mix a serial killer, Matt’s past tragedy and you have a good formula for a great story! It took a bit for the story to really get off the ground but once it did and once I had sorted out the back stories in my head, I could not wait to turn pages and to find out who where and how and I tell you, the technology that they used for the investigations? Mind-blowing!

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Virtually Gone (High-Tech Crime Solvers Book 6) by Jacquie Biggar – Review by Juls Dick

Virtually Gone (High-Tech Crime Solvers #6)Virtually Gone by Jacquie Biggar
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Virtually Gone: A Mended Souls Novel is the 6th book in the High Tech Crime Solvers series by Jacquie Biggar. There is a serial killer on the loose in Victoria and both the police and the media are desperate to catch him. There is a conflict of interest however as Julie, an ambitious reporter, is in a relationship with Connor, one of the detectives on the case. As the killer starts to escalate the race is on to catch him before he hurts anyone else. This book can be read as a stand alone, as I did, but I think you would make the most of it if you have read the previous novels, as there is some reference to a previous book. However, this is an enjoyable and fast paced mystery with intriguing characters. I think I will go back and start the series from the beginning as I really enjoyed the style of the author.

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Virtually Gone (High-Tech Crime Solvers Book 6) by Jacquie Biggar – Review by Jennifer Gordon

Virtually Gone (High-Tech Crime Solvers #6)Virtually Gone by Jacquie Biggar
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This novel is part of a multi-author series about ‘high technology and technological crimes’, some of the characters cross over from previous books but, like myself you can read this book as a standalone story. This is a techno thriller which although not my usual choice of genre had me hooked from the start. Julie Crenshaw is an investigative reporter who happens upon a story that could both be the story of a lifetime and put her life at risk. Having investigated a number of sexual abuse cases, Julie ends up on the serial rapists radar herself and has to discover his identity before he strikes again and prevent herself from becoming his next target. Meanwhile, Detective Matthew Roy is in charge of the investigation to find the serial rapist and is getting no where. His investigation in not helped by the fact that his partner’s girlfriend Julie seems to be conducting her own enquiries. When the rapist also becomes a killer both Matt and Julie need to find him and fast but how. This is a fast paced book with a fascinating and thought provoking storyline and interesting characters which kept me gripped from page one. I was fully immersed in the technological crime world created by Biggar thanks to her wonderful narrative and detailed descriptions. I am keen to read the previous books in this series now and other books by Jacquie Biggar.

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