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If you could sum up Missing, Assumed Dead in three words, what would they be?
Clever plot twists
What other book might you compare Missing, Assumed Dead to and why?
I don't often read murder mysteries, so it's difficult to find a comparison. I was originally drawn to the book because of the eastern Oregon setting, an area I am both familiar with and fond of. The setting contributes a lot to the story, the characterizations are good and the twists and turns of the plot kept me guessing to the end. Very well done.
Which character – as performed by Lisa Baarns – was your favorite?
I first read this as a print book, so when I came to the audio book, I had some preconceived notions about how the characters should sound. Lisa Baarns' interpretation of Kam McBride almost exactly matched the voice I heard in my head while first reading the book. The other characters were also quite believable, with each character voice distinctive enough that I always knew who was speaking. A thoroughly enjoyable performance.
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Any additional comments?
This was a very quick listen and one that I would recommend for days you just want to be entertained. Although I could not relate to the main character Kameron, there were moments that are just raw female.
Missing, Assumed Dead feels like a short story, with rambling internal monologues and extraneous scenic details edited out.
It is a mystery, but a mystery that follows the formula with exactitude. Some may find the plot predictable, but with decent writing Marva Dasef makes the story an enjoyable flow.
The romance is not stilted or forced. Although Mitch feels like an old-fashioned stereotype, he fits into the story and Kameron’s life easily.
Missing, Assumed Dead is a fast paced beach read.
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