Touch and Go by Lisa Gardner

When investigator Tessa Leoni arrives at the crime scene in the foyer of the Denbes’ home, she finds scuff marks on the floor and a million tiny pieces of bright green Taser confetti. The family appears to have been abducted, with only a pile of their cell phones and electronic devices remaining. No witnesses, no ransom demands, no motive. Just a perfect little family, gone.

Sounds like a good book right? Well, I thought so too, but sadly it is not the best book I’ve read by Lisa Gardner and I love a great deal of her books.

The beginning of the book starts off having you asking questions, such as, why is the wife sneaking drugs while out at dinner? what made her so unhappy?

It’s questions like those plus many more that just don’t get answered in the story. It left me scratching my head and wondering what in the heck did I miss?

I would like to thank Shane for recommending Touch and Go by Lisa Gardner and if you also have a book you’d like to tell me about, good or bad please share them over here

2 Comments

  1. yeah it kinda wasn’t the best read in the world. I just haven’t written my review yet. I’ve got a bunch of reviews in the coffer. but if you like a good murder mystery, the joanna fluke books are fun reads. Contact me for more info on that series.

    • Cat

      I even read parts again trying to see what I missed and I’m still scratching my head. It’s what took me a while to say anything about this book.

      Just way too many unanswered questions in my opinion.

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