The Last to Vanish: Novel
Small towns hide big secrets. Journalist Landon West came to Cutter’s Pass to discover those secrets since it was the last place six different people were seen before they disappeared over a twenty-five-year period. The Last to Vanish was Landon himself, four months ago from the local inn. Abby is the manager there, and when Landon’s brother, Trey, comes to try to solve the puzzle, she is drawn into a mystery she has deeper connections to than most people know. Abby will find out firsthand how people in small towns stick together and that asking too many questions might just cause you to disappear.
This was an expertly told story. Many authors who write first-person narratives have a hard time making them flow smoothly. Not the case for Megan Miranda. There were clues that were subtly woven in, making you second guess everyone, just like someone who has lived in a small town but wasn’t a lifer would. After reading so many mysteries, it feels like it’s hard to be surprised anymore, but not even I could see those twists coming. In my opinion, this is by far her best work, and I highly recommend it.
|Page Count||336 pages|
|Publisher||Scribner / Marysue Rucci Books|
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