Every Missing Girl by Leanne Kale Sparks #audiobook #audiblebook #booktwitter @dreamscapeaudio


The stunning landscape of Colorado’s Rocky Mountains are among our greatest natural treasures. But there are deadly secrets lurking in the craggy heights, and FBI Special Agent Kendall Beck and Denver Homicide Detective Adam Taylor team up to investigate a kidnapping. When Taylor’s niece, Frankie, suddenly vanishes at a local hockey rink, it’s clear that there’s a predator on the loose—and now, the case has turned personal.

One discovery after another leads Beck and Taylor closer to the devastating truth about the fates of the missing girls—and the many who came before them. Will they be able to find Frankie before it’s too late?

In this thrilling story, Leanne Kale Sparks weaves the threads of this harrowing drama and builds the intensity to a fever pitch.


Adam is a homicide detective and he has paired up with FBI Agent Kendall Beck to investigate a kidnapping. But, when Adam’s niece, Frankie, disappears from the hockey rink, the investigation has suddenly gotten personal!

I enjoyed Adam and Kendall! These two are strong for each other without the intrusion of chemistry. Adam and Kendall are just good friends and better partners. But, don’t think Kendall won’t put Adam in his place! She is definitely the one in charge. I loved her intelligence and her way with children. Adam can get a bit over zealous. But, his niece is missing and his emotions are high.

Now, this ending will mess you up…just a warning. This is what made this book for me. I love it when the ending takes a twist you never expected.

The narrator, Erin DeWard, did a very good job. She is intense and just the right times.

Need an all around good FBI thriller…THIS IS IT! Grab your copy today.

I received this novel from the publisher for a honest review.

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