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Tuesday, June 1, 2010
Still Missing by Chevy Stevens
Anne is a Realtor. Her open house disastrously morphs into something disturbingly different. Her experience is compounded by an ultimate betrayal; her return to sanity remains a question throughout the book, a grossly disturbing mystery.
I had trouble reading this book. The situation is horrific to the extreme. Anne faces things that no person should have to face. Her responses seemed quite natural for the scenario. Chevy Steven did a nice job portraying such strong emotions. She also did a masterful job of misdirection which completely shadowed the true perpetrators. There were some characters that held up well in the story. This was a story of family conflict and emotional soul searching.
I recommend the book.
Body of work of Chevy Stevens