Book Review : Missing

I recently finished the second book in the Nikki Boyd Files by Lisa Harris, and I can tell you it was a great read!!

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Missing by Lisa Harris follows Vendetta in the series about Nikki Boyd who is an investigator for missing people. (you can read my review for Vendetta HERE) Nikki is one of my favorite heroines, she is a strong woman who knows who she is and what she stands for.  The supporting characters Tyler, one of Nikki’s closest friends, and Jack her partner are both strong male characters and easily likable.

This story starts out very fast paced as a murder is discovered that is linked to a missing case.  Nikki quickly gets involved searching for the missing people, and trying to figure out how Tyler is connected since his boat is where the murder victim was found.  There are many twists and turns as Nikki and Jack are trying to figure out what is going on, find the missing person, and clear the innocent.

Another great part of this book, is that I can recommend this for young adults with out any hesitation.  In my house, once I finish a book it is a race for my boys to get ahold of it and read it, so I love that I do not have to worry about them reading this book!


Lisa-Harris-304x400About Lisa :

I’m a wife, mom, teacher, author, dreamer, photographer, world explorer, but most importantly a follower of Christ Jesus.

I currently live with my husband near the Indian Ocean in Mozambique where we work as church-planting missionaries. We’ve started the empty next stage with two children spread around the globe and a third—thankfully—still at home.

As a homeschooling mom, life is busy, but I see my writing as an extension of my ministry which also includes running a non-profit organization.

The ECHO Project works in southern Africa promoting Education, Compassion, Health, and Opportunity and is a way for us to “speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves…the poor and helpless, and see that they get justice.” (Proverbs 31:8)

When I’m not working l love hanging out with my family at the beach, playing games, cooking different ethnic dishes, and heading into the African bush on safari.


NOTE: I was offered a copy of Missing in exchange for an honest review.

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