‘Absolutely gripping… blew me away…Words can’t describe how good this book is.’
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The high chair lay on its side, a toy elephant and a crumpled green blanket scattered across the floor beside it.
“She had a baby? Is it—?”
“The baby’s gone.”
When Detective Josie Quinn is called to a large house on the outskirts of the small town of Denton, she’s horrified by the viciousness of the attack – smashed glass, splintered furniture and blood spattered across the floor. The owner, a single mother, is fighting for her life, and her newborn baby is missing.
A beautiful young woman caught fleeing the scene is Detective Josie Quinn’s only lead, but when questioned it seems this mysterious girl doesn’t know who she is, where she’s from or why she’s so terrified…
Is she a witness, a suspect, or the next victim?
As Josie digs deeper, a letter found hidden in the house convinces her the attack, the missing child, and the nameless woman are linked to a spate of killings across the county, and Josie is faced with a heart-breaking decision...
Should she risk the life of one child to save many others? Or can she find another way to stop this killer before any more innocent lives are taken?
Nail-biting, twisty and impossible to put down. If you love gripping thrillers from Angela Marsons, Robert Dugoni and Rachel Caine, you’ll be absolutely hooked!
What readers are saying about The Girl With No Name:
‘Absolutely brilliant … A story like no other … gripping and emotional … I was wrapped up in this story from beginning to end, shocked by every twist … blown away by so many secrets.’ Goodreads reviewer, 5 stars
‘Wow … a total rollercoaster ride of emotions … had me on the edge of my seat hanging on to every word, turning page after page totally engrossed … intense, full of action and had plenty of twists … a bloody good read!’ Bonnie’s Book Talk, 5 stars
‘Blooming heck (or words to that effect) what a fantastic story and rollercoaster ride that was … to say I was addicted to the book from start to finish is something of an understatement … it knocks the breath out of you!’ Ginger Book Geek, 5 stars
‘Fast paced and full of punches all the way through … twisted and turned so much it left me gasping for breath … I literally could not put it down … an absolute corker of a book … I absolutely loved it!’ Stardust Book Reviews, 5 stars
‘5/5 absolutely brilliant… I was wrapped up in this story from beginning to end, shocked by every twist and blown away by so many secrets.’ Goodreads reviewer, 5 stars
‘I love this series. I read this in one sitting. Josie Quinn is great binge-reading material.’ Goodreads reviewer, 5 stars
‘I read this book at breakneck speed. I had just downloaded it and next thing I knew I had finished it!’ Goodreads reviewer, 5 stars
‘I could not put it down! Seriously, I was hooked from page one. Reading this was like being on an emotional roller coaster ride!’ Open Book Post, 5 stars
‘Loads of twists, but that ending though........absolutely brilliant!! I would highly recommend it. Definitely worth 5 stars, if not more!!’ Goodreads reviewer, 5 stars
‘Excellent book, that I read in 24 hours, it is that good… So many twists and turns. The characters and story are so real feeling it is like you are right there.’ Goodreads reviewer, 5 stars
‘I loved this book… had me hooked from the start and I could not put it down. …If you are looking for a book that you won't be able to put down be sure to pick up The Girl With No Name because it will not disappoint.’ Sarah's Cozy Book Nook, 5 stars
Personal and professional concerns plague Josie Quinn, the recently installed Denton, Pa., chief of police, in Regan's solid if improbable sequel to 2019's Vanishing Girls. Josie should be looking forward to her wedding to state trooper Luke Creighton, but her fianc has been distant and uncommunicative. Then Josie and Lt. Noah Fraley are called to the home of single mother Misty Derossi, who's been severely beaten. Misty's newborn baby is missing, and as Josie struggles to put together the scant evidence, she also tries to put aside her feelings she detests Misty for having had an affair with her late husband, Ray. Meanwhile, Luke has disappeared and a mystery woman who claims to have amnesia is at his house, dressed in his shirt. As the bodies pile up, Josie and Noah widen their investigation, which has myriad twists. The police details buoy the story, even if it's hard to believe that Josie is allowed to lead a case in which she has such a close tie to the victim. Josie, strong and intuitive, has enough substance to sustain a long series.
Losing sleep because of Lisa Regan...
I am currently binge reading the Josie Quinn series after finishing The Vanishing Girls a couple of weeks ago, I read it in one day! I just finished The Girl With No Name, for some reason I had a harder time getting into it but once I did I ended up devouring as well, I was up until 6am finishing it. Lisa’s books always have delicious plot twists, I can’t wait to start reading Her Mother’s Grave....its a good thing I am “retired” so I don’t have that pesky thing called work interrupting my reading, now if I could just ignore the other distractions.
Well told, fast paced story.
Loved every page.
The first book Lisa wrote, which was the vanishing girls had me absolutely hooked. I have enjoyed this authors style of short chapters, but there’s a lot of chapters and easy to follow with cliff hangers and twists that keep you on your toes.
So that being said the second one was good i just don’t think it was as crazy as the fist one…
I admit for me, sometimes I felt it stretched here and there, but there was always a cliff hanger that kept me going.
I still think her first book vanishing girls was better. I am still going to continue the series, because I am wondering if I was bias to this one book because of its pervious characters from the first book … there was characters from the first book that appear in this second book that I just wanted to slap. So I am hoping that her third book is a clean slate from those specific characters. Over all good book, first one was better, and about to buy the third book. Hope she keeps writing these stories.