The Lost Sister (Google eBook)

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Macmillan, Mar 15, 2011 - Fiction - 304 pages
7 Reviews
In Russel D. McLean's The Lost Sister, a teenage girl is missing. Her godfather is a known criminal and her mother is hiding a dark secret. For Private Investigator J. McNee, what starts as a favor for a friend soon becomes a nightmare as he races to find the girl before it’s too late.
  

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Review: The Lost Sister (J. McNee #2)

User Review  - Suspense Magazine - Goodreads

Welcome to Dundee, Scotland, where past actions affect the lives of today. Where a teenage girl goes missing and a private investigator is reluctantly drawn into the case. Where lies and secrets ... Read full review

Review: The Lost Sister (J. McNee #2)

User Review  - Lesley Allan - Goodreads

Returned to Dundee with J. McNee on another thrilling adventure. I couldn't put it down and have become a bit of a fan. I even have a bit of a soft spot for the resident bad guy who reminds of the character played by Ian Cuthbertson in Budgie a programme from the 1970's. Read full review

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Contents

MARY FURST MISSING 24 HOURS
7
MARY FURST MISSING 48 HOURS
144
MARY FURST MISSING 72 HOURS
198
Acknowledgements
294
Copyright

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About the author (2011)

RUSSEL MCLEAN writes for Crime Spree Magazine, The Big Thrill, At Central Booking and Crime Scene Scotland. His short fiction has been published in crime magazines in both the US and the UK. He lives in Dundee, Scotland.

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