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After two girls go missing, their family feels the official investigation is lax. Alice Vega, a bounty hunter, is hired to explore avenues closed to the police. She teams up with a dishonorably discharged policeman and together they unravel events leading to the disappearances. This is a good recommend for people who are looking for a great read after the holidays are over and the day to day routine seems dull. ~ Reviewed by Sarah Knight
In 1948 Julia Child and her husband moved to France where they had a great time discovering the French way of life and its cuisine. The book is filled with wonderful photographs taken by Julia's husband Paul, many of which haven't been seen before. The personal stories written by Julia's great-nephew are treasures. This is a delightful look at the influences on a great chef and a portrait of another era. ~ Reviewed by Sarah Knight
Guided walking tours of 80 trails, 38 countries and 6 continents. The book has chapters with titles like The Way of the Pilgrim and To Walk in Wilderness. Hikes include Shikoku Pilgrimage in Japan, The Milford Track in New Zealand and the Lost Coast Trail in the US. Each hike contains information on history, culture and environment. Lots of gorgeous photos too. ~ Reviewed by Sarah Knight
Just in time for summer, an exciting new thriller from a master storyteller that introduces a new heroine, Jane Hawk. After the unexpected suicide of her husband, Jane becomes aware of a number of other unexplained self-inflicted deaths. Suddenly, Jane finds herself a wanted criminal with ruthless people after her. Dropping off the grid, this tough smart woman fights to expose the evil forces so she and her son can have a normal life. Fast paced with lots of exciting action, twists and turns. I couldn't put the book down! ~ Reviewed by Sarah Knight
Brilliant painter, Marianne, falls to her death at her art studio. Her friend Rowan, who has not seen Marianne in 10 years, suspects foul play. If you liked Gone Girl and Girl on the Train you will enjoy this mystery. ~ Reviewed by Sarah Knight