Missing by Ronda Gibb Hinrichsen Review

Stacie Cox is a college student at BYU-I (Brigham Young University in Idaho) going on tour with her choir group in British Columbia in Missing by Ronda Gibb Hinrichsen. While in the middle of her solo, she spots a girl who had gone missing in Rexburg, Idaho (the location of BYU-I). She can’t believe her eyes, but the girl’s birthmark makes it hard not to believe. She chases after her, but doesn’t see her in the parking lot. Stacie vows that she will find this girl and get her back to her parents. Stacie takes this personally, because as a 13 year old, she witnesses a little girl drowning and finds the ghost of the girls death following her wherever she goes. As the story unfolds, Stacie receives help from her best friend, Janice, and her love/hate interest, Matt. Will anyone believe her that she saw Becka Hollingsworth? Will she let love into her life when she’s lost so many already?

Missing is a quick and fun read. I enjoyed the trail that Stacie follows as she searches for Becka. I felt that Ronda Gibb Henrichsen did a great job of keeping the reading in the loupe of the evidence. I really enjoyed seeing Stacie and Matt’s relationship blossom, and could feel the heat between them.

I have read Trapped by Ronda Gibb Henrichsen (you can read NovelReaction’s review here)  and really enjoyed it. I was excited to read another book by her! I feel that she is a great author and can’t wait to read another of hers! I would (and have already) recommend this book to anyone. I felt it was appropriate for any age and wouldn’t worry about any of it’s content. It is a clean and fun read for anyone!

You can read an excerpt here.

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Title: Missing

Author: Ronda Gibb Hinrichsen

Format: Paperback, eBook

Page Nos.: 264

ISBN: 978-1935217305

Publisher: Brigham Distribution

Release Date: October 2009

Available for purchase: Amazon,  Brigham Distribution

Reviewer: Jocee

 

**I received a copy of this book from the publisher but was not required to provide a review and it did not impact my review in any way

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