Sherri Lupton Hollister

Taking the Ordinary to Extraordinary 

I love JAK! I’ve been a fan of Jayne Ann Krentz for years. I started reading her Amanda Quick books and then followed her throughout the genres. All of her books have one thing in common, amazing characters! They are amazing often in their simplicity, their ordinariness. They are people whom we can relate, whom we know, perhaps who we even see in the mirror.
In “When All the Girls Have Gone”, Ms. Krentz takes an unassuming woman, Charlotte Sawyer and throws her into a tough situation. Thankfully Charlotte has the help of PI Max Cutler and together they uncover the truth about her missing sister and her friend’s death.
Max and Charlotte show what real people do in bad situations, the keep plodding forward until they find their answers.
Like all cops know, go back to the beginning and follow the money. Max and his dad have years of police work behind them to aid in this investigation, but someone always seems to be one step ahead of them.
Thank goodness for happy endings! But what a ride, JAK takes to the edge and gives you a push. This is one of those stories you have to read. I may have to get the audiobook too!

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