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Her best friend Harper who was with her earlier in the evening could be But when Jojo begins to dive into Harper’s social media to look for clues to her whereabouts Jojo uncovers a shocking secret that turns everything she knew about Harper and the police department on its head With everything they thought they could rely on in uestion Laurie and Jojo begin to realize that they can’t trust anyone to find Harper except themselves and time is running out 34 Stars or so rounded down This was a pretty good mystery read although a bit predictable I enjoyed the representation of the ueer and Asian and black communities I think sometimes we take for granted the privilege we have and in a roundabout way this book made me realize this I did predict the end so that took a little bit away from my overall enjoyment of this one Definitely going to continue reading this author Oil Painting in the evening could be But when Jojo begins to dive Putins Russia into Harper’s social media to look for clues to her whereabouts Jojo uncovers a shocking secret that turns everything she knew about Harper and the police department on Seducida (Esclava victoriana, its head With everything they thought they could rely on Essential Juices and Smoothies in uestion Laurie and Jojo begin to realize that they can’t trust anyone to find Harper except themselves and time Buttermilk Graffiti is running out 34 Stars or so rounded down This was a pretty good mystery read although a bit predictable I enjoyed the representation of the ueer and Asian and black communities I think sometimes we take for granted the privilege we have and Vengeance Road (Torpedo Ink in a roundabout way this book made me realize this I did predict the end so that took a little bit away from my overall enjoyment of this one Definitely going to continue reading this author

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S a 911 call and to her horror it’s Jojo the whole department springs into action Jojo drugged disoriented and in pain doesn’t remember how she ended up at the home of Kevin Leeds a pro football player famous for his on the field activism and his work with the CapB “Citizens Against Police Brutality” movement She doesn’t know what happened to Kevin’s friend and trainer whose beaten corpse is also discovered in the house And she has no idea where This story starts strong and never lets up on the pacing I felt like something new and WTF was happening at every turn But it wasn t overly done and felt eerily real There s no one in this story without any guilt well maybe except for a couple of characters but like with humans in real life we all have faults There s an outstanding feeling of realness here the family bonds how you think you really know someone and then you re forced to see a side you never knew was there Then to have to reconcile all of that and decide how you feel afterTeenagers think they re so grown Parents think they re still kids Really they re in between The protectiveness of parents towards their children ALL the things behind the scenes you never see and are shocked to find out I just really liked how the author put all these things togetherAt first I thought this was going to just be your typical cop family with a kid who got the bad end of the stick and let s see how the mystery unfolds I got a LOT than I was expecting Unfortunately with the political climate these days and with the now public displays of police brutality and racial tensions that are rising we see this across the board via live streaming the news via TV shows movies books and this novel also touches greatly on police corruption So at times this definitely felt heavy Almost reminds me of one of the latest episodes of 9 1 1 one of my favorite shows and for good reason this is loosely based on the author s experience as a 9 1 1 dispatcher and it shows This is the reason you read author s notes everyone Sometimes it can make you see the book in a different light then you did when you were actually reading it The Valhalla Prophecy (Nina Wilde & Eddie Chase it’s Jojo the whole department springs The Tunnel into action Jojo drugged disoriented and Secretos del Cosmos in pain doesn’t remember how she ended up at the home of Kevin Leeds a pro football player famous for his on the field activism and his work with the CapB “Citizens Against Police Brutality” movement She doesn’t know what happened to Kevin’s friend and trainer whose beaten corpse The Secret Treasons is also discovered مريض الوهم in the house And she has no The Hypochondriacs Guide To Life And Death idea where This story starts strong and never lets up on the pacing I felt like something new and WTF was happening at every turn But ¡Arde Troya! (Las aventuras de Ogú, Mampato y Rena, it wasn t overly done and felt eerily real There s no one Doctor y campeón in this story without any guilt well maybe except for a couple of characters but like with humans La corruptrice in real life we all have faults There s an outstanding feeling of realness here the family bonds how you think you really know someone and then you re forced to see a side you never knew was there Then to have to reconcile all of that and decide how you feel afterTeenagers think they re so grown Parents think they re still kids Really they re Sweet for Her (Sweet Curves in between The protectiveness of parents towards their children ALL the things behind the scenes you never see and are shocked to find out I just really liked how the author put all these things togetherAt first I thought this was going to just be your typical cop family with a kid who got the bad end of the stick and let s see how the mystery unfolds I got a LOT than I was expecting Unfortunately with the political climate these days and with the now public displays of police brutality and racial tensions that are rising we see this across the board via live streaming the news via TV shows movies books and this novel also touches greatly on police corruption So at times this definitely felt heavy Almost reminds me of one of the latest episodes of 9 1 1 one of my favorite shows and for good reason this The Purpose-Guided Universe is loosely based on the author s experience as a 9 1 1 dispatcher and The Abel & Cole Veg Box Companion it shows This The Academy is the reason you read author s notes everyone Sometimes Full Dark, No Stars it can make you see the book If Only Once (The Martelli Brothers, in a different light then you did when you were actually reading 1000 sitios que ver en España al menos una vez en la vida it

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A sensational crime a missing teen and a mother and daughter with no one to trust but themselves come together in this shocking debut thriller by R H Herron “Mama Help me” Laurie Ahmadi has worked as a 911 police dispatcher in her uiet Northern California town for nearly two decades She considers the department her family; her husband Omid is its first Arab American chief and their teenaged daughter Jojo has grown up with the force So when Laurie catche So let me start out by saying I read A LOT of psychological thrillers and suspense novels It s my favorite genre what can I say Stolen Things definitely starts out with a bang with that action Let me tell you You re definitely kept on your toes from the start There is a lot going on in this novel The author brings up a lot of sensitive topics murder rape police brutality race issues and class I feel like the story dragged on to much in my opinion after the initial beginning It was fantastic that is started off at a bang but then it just stopped being interesting I also felt that the author s beliefs towards the major topics as mentioned above were laid on a tad bit thick for me I can handle a lot going on in a novel but I don t particularly like to read a book where you can DEFINITElY see the author s beliefs on the issues that are being discussedOverall 3 starsThank you to Dutton and Netgalley for the arc in exchange for an honest reviewPub day 82019Published to Goodreads 6319


10 thoughts on “Stolen Things

  1. says:

    35 starsA 911 dispatcher receives a call It's her daughter What would you doWriting ★★★★ 12Concept ★★★★Reveals ★★★Suspense ★★★★Have you ever had a thriller where the writing was so good so intense that you enjoy yourself even as the plot takes off in odd directions Yeah that's Stolen ThingsLaurie is a 911 dispatcher Her husband Omid is the local police chief One day at work the woman on the other end of the li

  2. says:

    So let me start out by saying I read A LOT of psychological thrillers and suspense novels It's my favorite genre what can I say Stolen Things definitely starts out with a bang with that action Let me tell you You're defini

  3. says:

    455Thrillers and I have not been the best of friends lately to say I’ve struggled with the majority of them is

  4. says:

    Laurie is working as a 911 dispatcher when she gets the most terrifying call of her career in this captivating and convin

  5. says:

    My thanks to NetGalley and Dutton for sending me an advance copy of this book in exchange for an honest review All opinions are my own and are n

  6. says:

    This story starts strong and never lets up on the pacing I felt like something new and WTF was happening at every turn But it wasn't overly done and felt eerily real There's no one in this story without any guilt well maybe except for a couple of characters but like with humans in real life we all have faults Th

  7. says:

    34 Stars or so rounded down This was a pretty good mystery read although a bit predictable I enjoyed the representation of the ueer and Asian and black communities I think sometimes we take for granted the privi

  8. says:

    For nearly two decades Laurie has worked as a 911 dispatcher Her worst nightmare suddenly becomes a reality when she gets a 911 call from her 16 year old daughter Jojo who has no idea where she is and what happened to her The last thing she remembers is hanging out with a friend of hers—Kevin Leeds—a much older pro football player that Laurie had no idea about Laurie’s husband Omid is Chief of Police and is the first to arri

  9. says:

    I confess that I am a major fan of psychological thrillers and crime novels Suspense draws me uickly into its web of evildoers and their heinous ways I may be a little unbalanced myself – or maybe just a bored old ladyFor seventeen years RH Herron worked as a 911 firemedical dispatcher and this book is loose

  10. says:

    In a time when thrillers are a dime a dozen it’s really refreshing to find one that stands apart fortunately this was the case with RH Herr

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