No One Saw (A.L. McKittridge #2) by Beverly Long
Publication date: June 30, 2020
Pages: 384 pages
Genre: Mystery, Thriller, Suspense
Rating: 4/5 stars ✰✰✰✰
Strengths: Characters, plot
Weaknesses: Umm... side stories were less interesting? (but may play out later?)
Emma Whitman was dropped off at her regular daycare at 7:20am or so, but by 6:30pm, she's missing. And no one saw her since her grandmother dropped her off. Was she dropped off? Did she wander off? The grandmother's story and the story of the teacher she dropped her off to don't match, so who's lying?
While I read a lot of books and am always holding one, this was a true case of not wanting to set it down! I read until almost midnight to get this one tied up before I went to sleep. It definitely did not disappoint.
I read the first book in this series (Ten Days Gone) a couple months ago and gave it 3/5 stars. I was so happy to get back with Detectives McKittridge and Morgan. McKittridge is the department's 'old guy' - maybe a bit on the cranky side. Morgan is his female partner who respects what he offers, and still gives him a hard time for his quirks. Together, they can solve any crime.
Overall, I'd give this one 4/5 stars. I'm looking forward to more crime solving brilliance from my new favorite detectives.
Thank you to Harlequin and Netgalley for my copy of the book. Receiving the book for free did not influence my review.