Thursday, December 26, 2019

Book Review - The Janes (Alice Vega, #2) by Louisa Luna

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Two young women's bodies are discovered on the outskirts of San Diego. The victims have no names, no ID, or any filed missing people reports on them. The local police believe that the women are victims of human trafficking and reached out to private investigator, Alice Vega.  Alice Vega is known for her ability to finding missing people. Alice is determined to find the identities of the missing women. She and her partner, Cap will stop at nothing to find out the identity of the Janes.

I thought the novel was an interesting read but, some parts felt a bit unbelievable. A few things that Vega does I thought was unethical and grossly mishandled. It was a bit annoying how Cap kept referring to Vega as "my girl", we get it, shes's awesome but, move on.  However, the novel was a good way to pass some time. I haven't read the other book in the series but, I am no rush to go read it either.

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