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The Daughter Reviews
Rating 4.8 Stars


By BOOKLOVER on March 17, 2016

Shara McGregor is a pretty 19-year-old girl ... who is missing. When her abandoned car is found saturated with blood, she is presumed dead.
Sheriff's Deputy Richard Carter starts looking into Shara's backgrounds. What he finds is that she was a happy person until 2 months prior, when she became very close-mouthed about what was going on in her life.

Carter finds a couple of ex-boyfriends, a few guys who were infatuated with her, a boss that can't keep his hands to himself. The girl's mother is no help, and a family friend, Senator Willis Sparkes seems to be trying to worm his way into the investigation. This makes Carter think there might be something else at play here.

Deputy Carter is like a dog with a bone. He's tenacious, and he will not give up until he discovers what happened to the girl. Suffering PTSD from his military days and ADHD, he doesn't sleep much. He goes over and over and over all the little bit of evidence they have.

It's only when he manages to stop a man from kidnapping his daughter does he realize how much danger he's in from all the lies and secrets.

There are some twists and turns I didn't see coming. Just when I thought I knew where the story was going, the author pulled a fast one and I was hurled into another direction altogether.

This is the 10th book in the Richard Carter series. THE DAUGHTER works fine as a stand-alone. There are a few references to things that happened in previous books, but not enough to keep me from enjoying this one.

The book is very well written. The main characters come across as totally believable. I would definitely like to start at the beginning of the series to see how they have grown into what/who they are now.

Many thanks to the author and to Wordslinger Publicity who provided a digital copy in exchange for an honest, unbiased review.
By Irene (TOP 1000 REVIEWER) on March 20, 2016
Format: Kindle Edition
If you're looking for a good mystery with lots of twists and turns this is it.
When a pretty and popular teen disappears, leaving behind her abandoned blood soaked car, keys and all it doesn't look like things could possibly end well.
With a cast of characters full of shady pasts and their own agenda thrown into the mix this story will keep you guessing til the end.

I received a complimentary copy for review
Format: Kindle Edition
AR Simmons adds a new story to the Richard Carter series, this one with an interesting twist. These books are interesting and
entertaining reads, a good way to spend a few hours .
By Jody Pippin on December 3, 2015
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
A keep you awake page turner. Hooked from the start.
By J Simmons on April 4, 2015
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
This series is amazing, I love all the characters, plot, and I really felt the emotions in the story!! This is very well written and gives detailed insight so you really understand everything that is happening!! I honestly love the ending, it made me smile....

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