Two Girls Down by Louisa Luna

​Wow! I hadn’t heard of this author before, I believe she’s mostly written YA books. And for a debut thriller novel, this is outstanding!

The story is about two young sisters who going missing from a mall parking lot in Denville, NJ. The family hires bad ass bounty hunter Alice Vega, who enlists the help of local former cop Max Caplan. Together they stay 3 steps ahead of the already overworked police force.
All characters were well developed, the story was engrossing and a very well written who-done-it.  I could easily see (and hope for) a series with Vega.  
I very much enjoyed and recommend reading as soon as it comes out January 9, 2018.
Thanks to NetGalley, Doubleday and Louisa Luna for ARC in exchange for an honest review.

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