The Girl at the Border

The Girl at the Border One girl missing one woman searching both equally lost Will a shared tragedy help them find their way home even in the face of imminent danger Renowned archaeologist Richard Mathis is hal

  • Title: The Girl at the Border
  • Author: Leslie Archer
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 285
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • One girl missing, one woman searching, both equally lost Will a shared tragedy help them find their way home even in the face of imminent danger

    Renowned archaeologist Richard Mathis is half a world away on the island of Crete when he learns his daughter, Bella, has gone missing Within twenty minutes, he s on his way back to the States Two days later, he s dead.

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    One girl missing, one woman searching, both equally lost Will a shared tragedy help them find their way home even in the face of imminent danger

    Renowned archaeologist Richard Mathis is half a world away on the island of Crete when he learns his daughter, Bella, has gone missing Within twenty minutes, he s on his way back to the States Two days later, he s dead.

    Richard s young assistant, Angela Chase, is devastated by the loss of the man who had become both mentor and friend, and she s determined to find the missing girl, who seems to have made dangerous connections and whose lonely childhood so resembles Angela s own Born Laurel Springfield, Angela now spends her days digging up the origins of a lost civilization while struggling to keep her own past buried But will the search for Bella expose Angela s carefully disguised identity and will she find Bella before she s lost forever

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    • This book has no idea what it wants to be, it starts as an action adventure novel, with the setting an archaeological dig in Crete, then everything moves to the States where it moves from a murder and missing persons mystery to a social commentary The time jumps without warning, and moving from person to person just make it all the disjointed and confusing to the reader It starts really well, but about halfway through I started to find myself becoming and confused and less and l This book has no [...]


    • Confused If I could go back and choose another book for my Kindle First I would It was presented as suspense, although there was no suspense It was a very dark read, about a young girl left with her psychotic mother while her father is on a archeological dig in Crete The girl goes missing, the father dies, his assistant looks for the girl The assistant has her own back story, but I didn t think it lent much to the book.No spoilers here, you can read it for your own take on the book I did no Conf [...]


    • I received this book through the First Reads giveaway program.Nothing out of the ordinary with this one Where it suffers is in an identity crisis poor thing doesn t seem to know what type of book it wants to be, as it changes genres every few chapters Makes it terribly frustrating to read Overall impression meh 2.5 stars


    • A cluttered mess of a book It started out well with the archaeological dig in Crete and I was enjoying the characters and the story Then it took a weird turn and moved to the US and became about ISIS and anti Muslim sentiment after 9 11 There were time jumps with no warning that made this book a confusing mess because the narrator would also change I don t recommend this book at all I m glad I got it for free


    • This was just incredibly dull I made it to 47% and I couldn t bear to go on, so I skipped to the last part of the book just to see how it ended.Almost every chapter had time jumpssometimes 4 5 in a single chapter Angela is the central character, on the run from her past, and she becomes obsessed which I found creepy with Richard, and by extension, his missing daughter This was presented as a suspense novel, but is listed at under Terrorism Thrillers No part of the synopsis I re This was just inc [...]


    • Such a disappointing read and one that I cannot justify awarding than one star to The blurb made this novel seem really interesting an archaeological thriller following several lives However, this was a novel of cluttered genres that had too many ambiguous flashbacks, leaving me muddled, uninterested and mightily confused.The blurb hides many elements about this plot The flashbacks were insane because there were so many and they were so unexpected Not only are we discovering the past Such a disa [...]


    • SurprisingI started this book thinking it would probably be a relatively light read, and that I d be able to anticipate the plot as I went along Not true It s full of unexpected twists and turns that make it a much better experience than I initially gave it credit for I ll say no , to avoid spoilers, except that it s worth your time.


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