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13 Stolen Girls

Book 2, Layla Remington - A Layla Remington Mystery

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Description

Perfect for fans of Michael Connelly or Nevada Barr, this gripping Layla Remington thriller from International Thriller Writers Award finalist Gil Reavill plunges readers beneath the glittering façade of Hollywood and into a terrifying underworld where beautiful women can just . . . disappear.
 
Malibu is crumbling. A monster earthquake has just ripped apart some of the priciest real estate on the planet. In a bizarre twist, it has also unearthed a grim secret buried for years beneath one particularly unstable hilltop: a steel barrel containing the mummified remains of Tarin Mistry, the beautiful starlet who went missing more than a decade ago. When Detective Investigator Layla Remington looks into that wretched metal coffin, she realizes she’s just landed the case of a lifetime.
 
But before Layla even strips off her latex gloves, a pair of hotshot LAPD detectives arrive on the scene and remove her from the investigation. Undeterred, she pursues her own line of inquiry. Risking her badge and her life, Layla’s determination to track down Tarin’s murderer takes her from the rarified air of exclusive canyon communities to seedy downtown sex clubs and the secluded lair of one of Hollywood’s most powerful men. But while Tarin’s case may be cold, her killer is poised to strike again—and in Layla, this depraved sociopath may have just found fresh prey.

Customer Reviews

Definitely kept me entertained.

I thought this book was a pretty good one. It kept me engaged throughout the whole book. There were a couple of times that I thought Layla was doing some really stupid stuff like not waiting for back up. And guess what? She gets hit over the head or something. That was asinine. However, that does just keep your heart pumping a little faster. But as a whole, I didn't get bogged down with filler, the characters seemed real and the story flowed pretty well.

There is no way I would have guessed the ending as there were several secrets that came out in the end. I would definitely recommend this book

Thanks Random House/Alibi and Net Galley for providing me with this free e-galley in exchange for an honest review.

Great Female Detective Read

This was my first book by this author and I have to save that Det Layla Remington will be a good female character to follow. She takes her own path to get the answers in a male dominated field namely law officers. She is not afraid to put herself in harms way and to follow her instincts to find solve the crime. Young women have been disappearing with no trace and there is a pattern starting to emerge when one of the missing girls turns up dead back in her bed at home after having been missing for a month. Then there's one of the first missing girls Tarin Mistry who went missing more than 10 years ago whose mummified remains are discovered in a barrel. A young girl has come looking for her birth parents and she stumbles on a link between her uncle and what may be her birth mother, who is one of the missing. If you are looking for book full of twist and turns and a surprise ending this is the book for you. I will read more of Layla Remington stories.

WOW

This novel takes the reader deeply into the Hollywood S & M scene. Parts of it are quite disturbing while others are simply tawdry. It is well written and always holds the reader's interest. There are enough twists and turns to satisfy the most jaded reader. Hopefully the areas described are more fiction than fact, but after reading this, one wonders.

Thanks to Alibi and Net Galley for the advance copy given for an honest review.

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13 Stolen Girls
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  • $3.99
  • Available on iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and Mac.
  • Category: Women Sleuths
  • Published: Aug 18, 2015
  • Publisher: Random House Publishing Group
  • Seller: Penguin Random House LLC
  • Print Length: 274 Pages
  • Language: English
  • Series: Book 2, Layla Remington
  • Requirements: To view this book, you must have an iOS device with iBooks 1.5 or later and iOS 4.3.3 or later, or a Mac with iBooks 1.0 or later and OS X 10.9 or later.

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