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Monday, 22 June 2015

The Girl Who Went Missing by Ace Varkey

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When June Warner arrives in India to visit her sister Thalia, a trip to take her mind off her jilted engagement, she is greeted by the bright hot chaos of Mumbai but not her sister. She goes to the YMCA where Thalia is staying, only to find that she is not there. 

Convinced that Thalia’s no-show is a sign that she is in danger, June begins a desperate search for her younger sister. 

Police Commissioner Oscar D'Costa, scarred by the tragedies of his past, swears he will never again ignore his gut instinct when it comes to a missing girl. And with more and more dead foreign women being found in his precinct, he becomes convinced a conspiracy is at play. 

Through the two worlds of American naiveté and Indian chaos, they must find the girl who went missing.
Review: I loved reading The Girl Who Went Missing! Ace Varkey is an amazing author with a unique writing style. I really enjoyed the varying viewpoints unraveling the mystery as the story line progressed. Each character had a distinct, unique voice and by the end of the book, I felt like I knew the all really well. Prepare for unexpected twists, turns and a deep, dark tone. I can't wait to read more from this author!

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