Thursday, August 27, 2020

Book Review - The Stolen Ones by Owen Laukkanen

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It is a rainy summer evening in Cass County, Minnesota when a deputy steps out of a diner and ends up dead a few minutes later. BCA agent Kirk Stevens is called to help solve the case as he is nearby on vacation. The local police have a suspect in custody, a young woman sitting over the body. The woman speaks no English, has no ID, and is holding the deputy's gun. 

As Stevens and his partner, Carla Windermere, dig into the case, they find themselves tangled in a massive web of international kidnapping and prostitution. The two agents will have to travel across the country to find the person behind the crimes. Will they be able to solve the case before more innocent people get hurt?

This was my first novel by the author and I can't say I am a fan. I thought the novel was pretty boring and straightforward. There were no surprises and the story goes exactly how you would expect it to go. I didn't care for any of the characters or even the main leads of the story.

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