Wednesday, March 22, 2017

EMMA IN THE NIGHT by Wendy Walker

Loved this book.  I loved her first book and this one is just as good.  I enjoy the psychological aspects that Ms. Walker puts in her books.  Two sisters are three years apart and as close as any teen-age sisters can be.  Emma was older and had to take Cass places with her, but Emma, like any older teen, didn't want Cass hanging around her.  Then, one day, they are both gone.  They just disappeared without a trace.  How can that happen?  And three years later, Cass reappears, alone.  The detective and FBI behavioral psychologist, who were involved in the case in the beginning are called in again. But, can the psychologist, Abby, handle the stress, again?  She will not give this case up.  She needs closure.  Abby was convinced, in the beginning, that the mother was some how involved and maybe even the cause.  The FBI would not listen to her theories. The detective, Leo, would not let her push for fear of her being destroyed.  But in the end she is right.  Great book.  I love psychological mysteries.

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