No One Saw (A.L. McKittridge, #2)
Nobody saw a thing. Or so they say…Baywood police department detective A.L. McKittridge is no stranger to tough cases, but when five-year-old Emma Whitman disappears from her day care, there isn’t a single shred of evidence to go on. Neither the grandmother who dropped her off, nor the teacher whose care she was supposed to be in, can account for the missing child. There are no witnesses. No trace of where she might have gone. There’s only one thing A.L. and his partner, Rena Morgan, are sure of—somebody is lying.With the clock ticking, A.L. and Rena are under extreme pressure as they discover their instincts are correct: all is not as it seems. The Whitmans are a family with many secrets, and A.L. and Rena will have to race to untangle a growing web of lies if they’re going to find the thread that leads them to Emma…before it’s too late.

No One Saw (A.L. McKittridge, #2) Details

TitleNo One Saw (A.L. McKittridge, #2)
Author
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseJun 30th, 2020
PublisherMIRA
ISBN-139781488056130
Rating
GenreMystery, Fiction, Emergency Services, Police, Contemporary

No One Saw (A.L. McKittridge, #2) Review

  • PamG
    January 1, 1970
    NO ONE SAW by Beverly Long is an excellent police procedural and the second book in the A.L. McKittridge mystery series set in Wisconsin. The two main characters in the story are Detectives A.L. McKittridge and Rena Morgan. The book starts with A.L. coming back from vacation and getting a call from Rena. A five year old girl is missing from a day care center. Her grandmother dropped her off, but neither she nor the person she was supposedly handed off to can account for the child’s whereabouts. NO ONE SAW by Beverly Long is an excellent police procedural and the second book in the A.L. McKittridge mystery series set in Wisconsin. The two main characters in the story are Detectives A.L. McKittridge and Rena Morgan. The book starts with A.L. coming back from vacation and getting a call from Rena. A five year old girl is missing from a day care center. Her grandmother dropped her off, but neither she nor the person she was supposedly handed off to can account for the child’s whereabouts. Who is lying? Did the girl wander off on her own? Was the kidnapped? Or did something else happen?The characters are compelling and felt three-dimensional and very relatable. The reader gets a feeling for both the professional and personal lives of the two main characters without the personal aspect derailing the main focus of the book. The sense of urgency to find the missing child kept me engaged throughout the book. The plot was clever, intense, suspenseful and absorbing. The prose is engaging, fast-paced, and compulsively readable. There are a number of themes running through this novel including kidnapping, family relationships, divorce, lies, communication, a bit of romance, jealousy and much more that isn’t listed due to them being spoilers.Overall, this series continues to be the best police procedural series that I have read in a long time. The plot was intriguing, suspenseful, ominous and well-paced. I would recommend it to those that enjoy police procedural novels. I look forward to reading the next book in this series.Many thanks to Harlequin – Trade Publishing (US & Canada) / Mira and Beverly Long for a complimentary digital ARC of this novel via NetGalley and the opportunity to provide an honest review. Opinions are mine alone and are not biased in any way.---------------------------------------------------------------------------RTC around 5/30/2020 per publisher guidelines.
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  • Jonetta
    January 1, 1970
    It’s one of the worst cases law enforcement can be handed...a missing 5-year old, gone without a trace. By the time Detective A. L. McKittridge and his partner Rena Morgan are notified, little Emma Whitman has been gone for hours. Her grandmother dropped her off at her daycare at 7:30 am and no one knew she was missing until her father arrived to pick her up at 6:30 pm. As A. L. and Rena race to investigate, so many of the people involved keep getting caught in lies, sending the detectives down It’s one of the worst cases law enforcement can be handed...a missing 5-year old, gone without a trace. By the time Detective A. L. McKittridge and his partner Rena Morgan are notified, little Emma Whitman has been gone for hours. Her grandmother dropped her off at her daycare at 7:30 am and no one knew she was missing until her father arrived to pick her up at 6:30 pm. As A. L. and Rena race to investigate, so many of the people involved keep getting caught in lies, sending the detectives down fruitful and dead end paths. But they are all unanimous in one statement: no one saw anything. I became a fan of A. L. and Rena after the first book and now I’m completely sold on these two. They’re very different in style and age but read each other perfectly. Even better, they respect and listen to each other. This was a hard case and the procedurals were simply outstanding, delivered at a pace fitting the situation. Once I got started, I was hard pressed to put the book aside. But the story was more than just the case as their personal lives were equally compelling. A. L.’s a divorced single dad of a teenaged daughter and has a new girlfriend (ex-wife has issues). Rena’s grappling with fertility issues and a restless husband who’s going through a career change. Shifting to those storylines wasn’t a distraction as I was just as enamored of them as I was of the search for Emma. I really enjoyed all aspects of this story, especially as it wasn’t predictable and I hadn’t a clue of how it would be resolved. My gut choice turned out to be correct but I would be misleading you if I failed to acknowledge that I changed my mind several times. This is now considered one of my must read series and I am anxious to see what’s next for this team and the people important to them personally and professionally. It was a great story with all the right confusing angles.Posted on Blue Mood Café(Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for my complimentary copy. All opinions are my own.)
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  • Elizabeth of Silver's Reviews
    January 1, 1970
    FULL REVIEW WILL BE ON JULY 6.A five-year-old is missing, and no one knew the entire day she hadn’t been in the day care rooms?NO ONE SAW is another fast-paced, well done mystery by Ms. Long.  You will be grabbing at every clue along with the detectives and hoping something turns up.A must read for mystery fans.  5/5This book was given to me by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
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  • Jen
    January 1, 1970
    I loved this sequel! It was so nice to return and be reunited with the dynamic duo! I love this detective team and their newest case is a head scratcher. I was perplexed throughout and couldn’t figure out “who dunnit”. The author plotted an amazing story and leaves you guessing everyone because you just can’t figure it out! This is the type of story I love- intriguing case and a slew of interesting characters. I had the mystery pinned on every character at some point in the book. The conclusion I loved this sequel! It was so nice to return and be reunited with the dynamic duo! I love this detective team and their newest case is a head scratcher. I was perplexed throughout and couldn’t figure out “who dunnit”. The author plotted an amazing story and leaves you guessing everyone because you just can’t figure it out! This is the type of story I love- intriguing case and a slew of interesting characters. I had the mystery pinned on every character at some point in the book. The conclusion was well done and wrapped up all of my questions. I look forward to continuing on with this series and this fabulous detective team! My thanks to the publisher for the advance reader in exchange for my honest review.
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  • The Crime Librarian
    January 1, 1970
    No One Saw was an amazingly suspenseful read that kept me on the edge of my seat through the entire book. I simply couldn’t put it down, which made for a couple of late nights. First, let’s talk plot. The mystery surrounds the disappearance of five year old Emma who was last seen entering her daycare. When her father returns that evening to pick her up, she has not been seen all day. Someone isn’t telling the truth, plain and simple. But who is it? There are so many twists and turns in this book No One Saw was an amazingly suspenseful read that kept me on the edge of my seat through the entire book. I simply couldn’t put it down, which made for a couple of late nights. First, let’s talk plot. The mystery surrounds the disappearance of five year old Emma who was last seen entering her daycare. When her father returns that evening to pick her up, she has not been seen all day. Someone isn’t telling the truth, plain and simple. But who is it? There are so many twists and turns in this book that it kept me guessing and the fast pace added to the thriller vibe. I’m pretty sure at one point or another I secretly accused everyone except the detectives. And they were next on my list!I loved the dynamics between Rena and A.L. Their relationship goes beyond just being partners to being friends and I liked that. I didn’t want them to be at odds. There was just enough background and views of their personal lives to pull me into their stories but at the same time keeping the focus on the mystery.I definitely enjoyed this novel and will be backtracking to read the first. This was a top quality mystery read!
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  • Pgchuis
    January 1, 1970
    I received a copy of this novel from the publisher via NetGalley.4.5* rounded up. This is the best police procedural I have read for ages. It concerns the disappearance of a 5 year old girl: her grandmother claims she dropped her off at her daycare; her teacher says she never arrived. Detectives A.L. and Rena work well together, the plot made sense and moved quickly. There was a certain amount of focus on A.L. and Rena's respective personal lives, and I think some of this had been covered alread I received a copy of this novel from the publisher via NetGalley.4.5* rounded up. This is the best police procedural I have read for ages. It concerns the disappearance of a 5 year old girl: her grandmother claims she dropped her off at her daycare; her teacher says she never arrived. Detectives A.L. and Rena work well together, the plot made sense and moved quickly. There was a certain amount of focus on A.L. and Rena's respective personal lives, and I think some of this had been covered already in the first instalment, which I have not read, but it added to the plot by making them seem like real people with normal home lives, rather than acting as a distraction.I am deducting half a star as there were elements of the final explanation which it was impossible for the reader to have deduced. Nevertheless, highly recommended.
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  • Melissa
    January 1, 1970
    I love missing people stories, and this one was no exception. It reminded me so much of the Kyron Horman case at the beginning--grandmother said she dropped the child off at daycare and left the child with a teacher, when the dad goes to pick up the child at the end of the day, the daycare says she was never there.Long's second police procedural in this series is excellent. There's a deliberate unfolding of the story through interviews and investigation that makes the reader feel a part of the a I love missing people stories, and this one was no exception. It reminded me so much of the Kyron Horman case at the beginning--grandmother said she dropped the child off at daycare and left the child with a teacher, when the dad goes to pick up the child at the end of the day, the daycare says she was never there.Long's second police procedural in this series is excellent. There's a deliberate unfolding of the story through interviews and investigation that makes the reader feel a part of the action. My curiosity about what happened to the child was piqued throughout and I stayed up late into the night to discover the identity of the culprit and the "why" behind it all and I was not disappointed.I also like that there's just enough revealed of the personal lives of Rena and A.L., yet it doesn't overpower the main mystery. There's a tendency for authors to bog the story down with personal details in an attempt to give the characters depth, but for me it gets annoying when the balance is off. I like the focus on the primary story with small amounts of detail. You don't need to read the series in order necessarily, because each has a self-contained mystery, but you will miss out on that background character development and be a little lost when events from the previous book, Ten Days Gone, are referenced.Overall this is a satisfying story for mystery and police procedural fans.I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book, all opinions are my own.
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  • Suesyn Zellmer
    January 1, 1970
    This was a good one! A young child goes missing from her daycare, but after reviewing all of the evidence and witnesses, there seems to be no possible way that it could have happened. But it did! It's not just that someone is telling lies, but that each person has others to back them up, confirming they are being truthful. There are plenty of suspects - the parents, the grandmother, the daycare workers, parents of the other children. But how can everyone have an alibi and yet still the girl disa This was a good one! A young child goes missing from her daycare, but after reviewing all of the evidence and witnesses, there seems to be no possible way that it could have happened. But it did! It's not just that someone is telling lies, but that each person has others to back them up, confirming they are being truthful. There are plenty of suspects - the parents, the grandmother, the daycare workers, parents of the other children. But how can everyone have an alibi and yet still the girl disappeared? Now Detective McKittridge and his partner, Rena Morgan, need to sift through everything and everyone to determine what on earth is going on..They soon find that there was a similar case some years back where another young girl vanished without a trace. Is this new case connected? Or are the detectives chasing down leads leading to nowhere? You will find yourself just as frustrated as the detectives in trying to unravel this mystery. The story really is a page-turner, as there doesn't seem to be any explanation and you will be dying to figure out who is behind everything and why. Once you do, you won't be disappointed!This is the second book of a series, and I hadn't read the first one - but that's not a problem. It's a typical procedural story, with the detectives, their team and the other trained professionals they work alongside. So it's a familiar framework, and while I didn't dislike the characters, I can't say that any of them resonated with me enough that I'd remember specific traits about them in the future. When you read so many of the same type of books, it can be tough to keep them all straight and remember who has done what when you reach the next book in the series. I would keep reading more of these - perhaps I just need more time with the characters for them to leave a lasting impression..
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  • Stacee
    January 1, 1970
    3.5 stars This one was a lot stronger than the previous book. This time, when it felt like I was dropped into the middle of the story, I was familiar with the characters. I still really like AL and Rena. They have a good working relationship, even if I think it’s weird that they don’t really talk about personal stuff. It was delightful seeing Tess again and to get a bit further with Rena and Gabe. Plot wise, it was good. There’s a lot a lot a lot of characters introduced in the interviewing proc 3.5 stars This one was a lot stronger than the previous book. This time, when it felt like I was dropped into the middle of the story, I was familiar with the characters. I still really like AL and Rena. They have a good working relationship, even if I think it’s weird that they don’t really talk about personal stuff. It was delightful seeing Tess again and to get a bit further with Rena and Gabe. Plot wise, it was good. There’s a lot a lot a lot of characters introduced in the interviewing process and there were a couple of times that I couldn’t remember who was who. The build up was slow and steady and the reveal definitely surprised me. Overall, it was an entertaining read and I look forward to another book with these two MCs. **Huge thanks to MIRA for providing the arc free of charge**
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  • Leslie M.
    January 1, 1970
    This is the first book I've read by Long, and I didn't read the prior book. I don't think I missed out on much by not reading the first book, as I didn't seem lost at all. I enjoyed the premise of this book, but things played out too slowly, in my opinion, for this genre. I kept waiting for a bit more "bang," and it was quite far into the story before that happened.If you're a fan of procedurals, this book will have a familiar feel. The story line wasn't bad, but there wasn't anything overly uni This is the first book I've read by Long, and I didn't read the prior book. I don't think I missed out on much by not reading the first book, as I didn't seem lost at all. I enjoyed the premise of this book, but things played out too slowly, in my opinion, for this genre. I kept waiting for a bit more "bang," and it was quite far into the story before that happened.If you're a fan of procedurals, this book will have a familiar feel. The story line wasn't bad, but there wasn't anything overly unique to it. The characters were average - not bad or good. An average read overall. I'll consider reading future books.Disclaimer: I received a complimentary copy, but I wasn't required to leave a positive review.
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  • Kat Dietrich
    January 1, 1970
    No One Saw by Beverly Long is the second the Detective A.L. McKittridge series.First, let me thank NetGalley, the publisher Harlequin/MIRA, and of course the author, for providing me with a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own.  Series Background:    (Warning – May contain spoilers from previous books)A.L. McKittridge is a Detective with the Bayfield Wisconsin Police Department.  He is divorced, and his teenage daughter Traci is his life, although he is now No One Saw by Beverly Long is the second the Detective A.L. McKittridge series.First, let me thank NetGalley, the publisher Harlequin/MIRA, and of course the author, for providing me with a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own.  Series Background:    (Warning – May contain spoilers from previous books)A.L. McKittridge is a Detective with the Bayfield Wisconsin Police Department.  He is divorced, and his teenage daughter Traci is his life, although he is now dating Tess.  His sister is an alcoholic.  His partner, Rena Morgan has been married to Gabe for three years, and desperately wants a child.  They have a new boss in Christian Faster, and the verdict is still out. My Synopsis:   (No major reveals, but if concerned, skip to My Opinions) A.L. is just back from California, where Tess faced her fear of the ocean after having her arm bit off from a shark attack.  The trip was great, but he was barely in the door when Rena was calling.  Five-year-old Emma Whitman is missing from her day-care center.Emma's grandmother says she dropped her off, handing her to her teacher.  Emma's teacher says she never saw her.  Emma has been missing all day.  Someone is lying, but there is no evidence as to who, or why.Emma's parents seem to be having problems, but again, there is no evidence that their problems have anything to do with Emma's disappearance.  They are, however, hiding things....but everyone else is too.Meanwhile, A.L. is having some issues with his own daughter, and Rena is concerned with the surrogate mother they have chosen.My Opinions:   I am definitely enjoying this series.  A.L. and Rena are both really good characters, and their personal lives add depth to them.  They feel "real".There were a lot of suspects, and they were all viable, so although I had an idea of who it may be, I was never sure.  There were characters I definitely hoped were behind it, mainly because I disliked them, but I was somewhat disappointed.  There were a couple of twists that I definitely didn't see coming.The overall plot was very good, and the pace was fast.  It held my attention from start to finish....a good mystery.I'm looking forward to the next in the series. For a more complete review of this book and others (including author information), please visit my blog: http://katlovesbooksblog.wordpress.com/
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  • Elizabeth
    January 1, 1970
    My thoughtsWould I recommend it? YesWould I read more of this series? Yes Would I read more by this author? YesFor a second book in a series it was way better then the first one , it started out strong and kept going and not once did I want to put it down. It kept me guessing on who took five-year-old Emma, and there was times I thought that someone in her family might have been the one, I loved the twist and turns and every time I thought I had it figured out I was wrong, as for the characters My thoughtsWould I recommend it? YesWould I read more of this series? Yes Would I read more by this author? YesFor a second book in a series it was way better then the first one , it started out strong and kept going and not once did I want to put it down. It kept me guessing on who took five-year-old Emma, and there was times I thought that someone in her family might have been the one, I loved the twist and turns and every time I thought I had it figured out I was wrong, as for the characters there was a few that I didn't like and couldn't stand but then there was ones I did like,I especially loved seen the relationships grew between some of the characters. And the interaction between them as well , with that said I would love to say thanks to MIRA as well as NetGalley for letting me read and review it as well as for inventing me to do so. And I can't wait to read more of this series.
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  • Amanda
    January 1, 1970
    4.5/5 stars[I received a digital arc from Netgalley for an honest review]No One Saw is the second book in Beverly Long's A.L. McKittridge series. I enjoyed this book just as much as I did the first one. In this book A.L. McKittridge and his partner Rena Morgan are against the clock trying to find a 5-year-old girl who was abducted from her daycare and somehow no one saw anything. They have a lot of possibles to explore and secrets to uncover before they are able to uncover what really happened t 4.5/5 stars[I received a digital arc from Netgalley for an honest review]No One Saw is the second book in Beverly Long's A.L. McKittridge series. I enjoyed this book just as much as I did the first one. In this book A.L. McKittridge and his partner Rena Morgan are against the clock trying to find a 5-year-old girl who was abducted from her daycare and somehow no one saw anything. They have a lot of possibles to explore and secrets to uncover before they are able to uncover what really happened to an innocent girl.As with the first book, No One Saw is a police procedural mystery story. It takes a fine balance between case procedure and the detectives personal lives for a book to keep my interest. Too much or one or the other and it doesn't work for me but Beverly Long does it right. The story flows fluidly and the interjection of the detectives personal lives doesn't break up the flow of them working through the case. I looked forward to them because I genuinely enjoy both McKittridge and his partner Morgan who both are still working through personal hurdles but it never over shadows the case they are working on. I'm already looking forward to whatever case these two are handed next.
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  • Renee
    January 1, 1970
    I enjoyed the first book in the Detectives A.L. McKittridge and Rena Morgan series, Ten Days Gone. So who did a little happy book dance when she saw that the second book, No One Saw was being published? Yep, that would be me and the world is probably grateful that I am self-isolating and not posting videos on social media!A.L. has just returned from vacation when a call from Rena sends him right back to work. Emma Whitman, a five-year-old was dropped off at daycare, and yet, by the end of the da I enjoyed the first book in the Detectives A.L. McKittridge and Rena Morgan series, Ten Days Gone. So who did a little happy book dance when she saw that the second book, No One Saw was being published? Yep, that would be me and the world is probably grateful that I am self-isolating and not posting videos on social media!A.L. has just returned from vacation when a call from Rena sends him right back to work. Emma Whitman, a five-year-old was dropped off at daycare, and yet, by the end of the day, no one has seen her. Her grandmother says she left her in the hall with a teacher. The teacher states she never saw either of them. Who is telling the truth and who is lying, and why?There is a huge fish tank full of red herrings as it seems quite a few people had reason to take Emma. A.L. and Rena hit one dead end after another, knowing that as more time passes, the odds of finding Emma alive go down. There are also some personal issues at play in the detectives' lives, and it adds to the understanding of these characters.The ending surprised me, as all my guesses concerning whodunnit and why were incorrect. I liked Ten Days Gone a little more, but No One Saw was still a good police procedural mystery.No beach reading yet for me, but this was a good way to spend an afternoon in my garden.
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  • Janet
    January 1, 1970
    Apparently my reviews (and Goodreads profile) are causing people to nastily tell me that I am the most stupid person on the planet. Life is too short without humour and YOU ARE ALL TOASTER-STRUDEL-MEAN-GIRLS. #mikedropWhen life for the entire universe and planet turns on its end and like everyone else you "have nothing to do" while your place of work is closed and you are in #COVID19 #socialisolation, superspeed readers like me can read 250+ pages/hour, so yes, I have read the book … and many mo Apparently my reviews (and Goodreads profile) are causing people to nastily tell me that I am the most stupid person on the planet. Life is too short without humour and YOU ARE ALL TOASTER-STRUDEL-MEAN-GIRLS. #mikedropWhen life for the entire universe and planet turns on its end and like everyone else you "have nothing to do" while your place of work is closed and you are in #COVID19 #socialisolation, superspeed readers like me can read 250+ pages/hour, so yes, I have read the book … and many more today. (I have played a "zillion games" of scrabble, done a "zillion crosswords" and I AM BORED!!!)I requested and received a temporary digital Advance Reader Copy of this book from #NetGalley, the publisher and the author in exchange for an honest review. From the publisher, as I do not repeat the contents or story of books in reviews, I let them do it as they do it better than I do 😸.Nobody saw a thing. Or so they say…Baywood police department detective A.L. McKittridge is no stranger to tough cases, but when five-year-old Emma Whitman disappears from her daycare, there isn’t a single shred of evidence to go on. Neither the grandmother who dropped her off nor the teacher whose care she was supposed to be in, can account for the missing child. There are no witnesses. No trace of where she might have gone. There’s only one thing A.L. and his partner, Rena Morgan, are sure of—somebody is lying.With the clock ticking, A.L. and Rena are under extreme pressure as they discover their instincts are correct: all is not as it seems. The Whitmans are a family with many secrets, and A.L. and Rena will have to race to untangle a growing web of lies if they’re going to find the thread that leads them to Emma…before it’s too late.This is one of these very-very-quick-read books that make you hold your breath until the last page. I had to keep reminding myself to not grind my teeth and to take time to breathe. The plot moves very fast and you will want to hold onto your hat while you read it as the wind might whip it off your head....I can see my book club devouring this as we love thrillers and mysteries. I would normally say take this book to the beach with a tonne of SPF1000 sunscreen as you will lose track of time and end up fried to a crisp as a result. BUT, since we are supposed to be in self-isolation, read it on the porch, balcony, backyard, or even your bedroom!)As always, I try to find a reason to not rate with stars as I love emojis (outside of their incessant use by "🙏-ed Social Influencer Millennials/#BachelorNation survivors/Tik-Tok and YouTube Millionaires/etc. " on Instagram and Twitter... Get a real job, people!) so let's give it 🏖️ 🏖️ 🏖️ 🏖️ 🏖️p.s. the author usually writes "romantic suspense" books so this was a delightful surprise!
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  • Whitney
    January 1, 1970
    Detective A.L. McKittridge  and his partner Rena Morgan are back with a tough case, this time involving a missing child.When Emma Whitman's parents report her missing from daycare, it's unclear what has happened. Her grandmother swears she dropped Emma off with her teacher and signed the check-in sheet, but Emma's teacher claims she never saw the child that day. It's obvious someone is lying, but who? A vengeful relative? A spouse trying to hurt the other spouse by taking their child away? Someo Detective A.L. McKittridge  and his partner Rena Morgan are back with a tough case, this time involving a missing child.When Emma Whitman's parents report her missing from daycare, it's unclear what has happened. Her grandmother swears she dropped Emma off with her teacher and signed the check-in sheet, but Emma's teacher claims she never saw the child that day. It's obvious someone is lying, but who? A vengeful relative? A spouse trying to hurt the other spouse by taking their child away? Someone at the daycare, or a stranger? With so many questions and suspects,  A.L. and Rena race against the clock hoping to find Emma alive. In doing so, family secrets and lies are exposed and a cold case involving a similar disappearance in a neighboring town is reopened. This police procedural is complete with drama, intrigue, and a little romance. I'm really enjoying this series as I love seeing how A.L. and Rena work out their next move, following leads and sometimes dead-ends, to come to a conclusion.I received a copy of this book from MIRA/Harlequin Trade.
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  • Bea
    January 1, 1970
    Some implausibilities around the daycare setting but otherwise a good story. I want to find the first book and read it. This worked fine as a stand alone but I want the story. From the references, it sounds intriguing. Full RTC.
  • Avid Reader
    January 1, 1970
    No One Saw (A.L. McKittridge #2) by Beverly Long4 starsM/F MysteryI was given this book for an honest review by Wicked Reads.A.L and Rena are back again. This time, a child has gone missing and nobody seems to know who to believe, who to mistrust and where the little girl could be.The police procedure in this book is great. It is methodical and well planned. I really enjoyed reading the clues as they came up in the book. You'll want to start guessing right away, you'll want to skip to the end wh No One Saw (A.L. McKittridge #2) by Beverly Long4 starsM/F MysteryI was given this book for an honest review by Wicked Reads.A.L and Rena are back again. This time, a child has gone missing and nobody seems to know who to believe, who to mistrust and where the little girl could be.The police procedure in this book is great. It is methodical and well planned. I really enjoyed reading the clues as they came up in the book. You'll want to start guessing right away, you'll want to skip to the end when the clues just don't add up. Long wrote a very detailed, well developed mystery that will have you second guessing everyone, wanting to believe nobody and hoping that the little girl is saved in time. I can't wait for more!
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  • Alice
    January 1, 1970
    First of all, thanks to Mira Books and NetGalley for sending me an eARC in exchange for a honest review.You have to know English isn’t my first language, so feel free to correct me if I make some mistakes while writing this review.Four months ago I read, always in advance thanks to Mira Books, the first book of this series - Ten Days Gone. It had been a book that had entertained me, made me wonder until the end who was the culprit and despite the somewhat hasty ending and some missing answers - First of all, thanks to Mira Books and NetGalley for sending me an eARC in exchange for a honest review.You have to know English isn’t my first language, so feel free to correct me if I make some mistakes while writing this review.Four months ago I read, always in advance thanks to Mira Books, the first book of this series - Ten Days Gone. It had been a book that had entertained me, made me wonder until the end who was the culprit and despite the somewhat hasty ending and some missing answers - but not particularly relevant for the purposes of the plot - I felt interested in a follow-up.This time we have the case of a five-year-old girl who disappears from day care - the grandmother swears that she left her at the entrance and did not accompany her to class because her teacher was in the hall and therefore entrusted her to her by signing the attendance sheet, but on the other side we have the teacher who swears to have been in class all the time (with lots of other parents confirming her presence in the classroom) and that she has never seen the child all day.Are they both telling the truth? Are they both lying? With two such different versions, one of them has to lie if you want to believe one of the two women - but which one of them?A.L. and Rena start to investigate, but there's not much to start from.They start questioning all the family members, the other teachers, the day care director, the parents of the other children - and many testimonials give reason to both women, but Emma Whitman continues to be missing.A.L. and Rena, however, have no intention of giving up, digging deeply, turning every stone upside down, traveling miles to another town when a trail leads them there - when something makes them think they have finally taken the right path. But they come across many dead ends, many things that lead to nothing and so many lies - because there's not a single character here who does not lie at least about something.Meanwhile the hours go by and still no sign of Emma.If the first book found a balance between the case and the private lives of the two detectives because it served to present them, this second definitely leans more towards the case they are investigating - and I felt much more involved. However, I appreciated the updates on their private life - and even those who have not read the first one can understand the events and what they are talking about because there are enough basic elements that explain it - as it gives them that touch of humanity, but I preferred that this time there was a full-immersion in the case they were investigating.Again I came almost to the end with no certainty as to who the culprit was - of course I had a couple of ideas and theories every now and then, however, they seemed to be disproved by some new element that emerged from the investigation and of course, everyone is lying therefore you can never point your finger at someone in particular for sure because so many people involved give the creeps to the reader or they sound suspicious enough - although perhaps some more than others and perhaps it seems predictable in retrospect, but at some point there's a trail that takes on so much solidity that you are convinced it may be the right one.Again the ending is a little rushed - not so much for the case itself that it gets resolved with all the explanations without leaving a plot-hole, but more for another case that emerges far from Baywood where the readers find themselves involved and remain intrigued, but which case unfortunately remain without a resolution. It wouldn't have been their jurisdiction however, and I would have liked a little that A.L. and Rena would solve it, but on the other hand it would have made the case they worked on a little too "simplistic" and similar to others that I have already seen in multiple criminal TV shows.For this second volume I decided to raise his vote by half a point - the style is always flowing and not too complicated by technical terms and it's true that it has no big twists and the investigation has a slow and methodical rhythm, but I must say the case involved me more than the previous one. Should a third book come out, I will not fail to read it.
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  • Alyson Stone
    January 1, 1970
    Book: No One SawAuthor: Beverly Long Rating: 4 Out of 5 StarsYoutube: https://youtu.be/D6kJnSFrlwsI would like to thank the publisher, Mira Books, for sending me an ARC. I really enjoyed this one. I think it was stronger than the first book. Now, I know people are going to be asking, but you do not have to read the first book before picking up the second. These books have the same characters, but it’s a different plot. I really enjoyed how much the plot has grown and getting to see the character Book: No One SawAuthor: Beverly Long Rating: 4 Out of 5 StarsYoutube: https://youtu.be/D6kJnSFrlwsI would like to thank the publisher, Mira Books, for sending me an ARC. I really enjoyed this one. I think it was stronger than the first book. Now, I know people are going to be asking, but you do not have to read the first book before picking up the second. These books have the same characters, but it’s a different plot. I really enjoyed how much the plot has grown and getting to see the characters again. I think they have showed some real develop here. Let me start out by saying that you do follow the police around as they try to figure out who done it. However, these books feel different than other books like this that I’ve read. Yes, we still have a lot of the police work involved, but it doesn’t feel like that’s a big chunk of the book. What I’m saying is that Beverly has decided to add in little moments of the characters’ lives outside of work. I thought this was a very nice touch. It adds the human element to the police, which is something that we need these days. With so much controversy and negatively surrounding the police now, it was nice to have these little moments to remind us that not all police are bad and that they are still human. (Let me clear the air here, I do not in any way support police brutality toward anyone.) This book, in fact, shows us that there are police out there who will do anything to help those who are in trouble and to see that fair justice is still out there. I found the characters to be compelling and very well done. Like I said earlier, you do not have to read the first book before the second one. However, I found the characters to be stronger and a lot more well done than the first one. It’s like Beverly has taken the time to really get to know her characters and to really allow them to develop. I like how complex they are. The situation in this book is very intense and we get to see how many layers the characters have as they try to figure out who did it. We get to see them go through the horrors and the disappointment as they try to find this missing child. Not only that, but we get to see their home lives as well. We get to see just how messy life actually is behind closed doors. The writing is really well done. Beverly presents us with the prefect mixture of policework and regular life. We have suspense as this is really a race against time. The longer Emma is missing, the less likely it is that she will return home. We get to see the characters question people and try to put together just what happened. The way it is presented will have you rushing toward the end as you attempt to figure out just what happened-along with the characters. As you read, you will find that Beverly has woven in so many different layers, which makes for kind of a complex plot. Anyway, I really enjoyed this one and I am looking forward to more. This book comes out on June 30, 2020.
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  • Jill Elizabeth
    January 1, 1970
    was completely surprised by how little interest this one generated in me, given the topic and genre... I love a good thriller. I have a young daughter. I love detective stories, and find family drama and secrets (usually) to be almost irresistible topics. But for some reason I just never found my way into this one... I never connected with the two main Detectives, and I think that is a big part of why I struggled to feel like I was drawn into the book. I didn't realize when I was asked to review was completely surprised by how little interest this one generated in me, given the topic and genre... I love a good thriller. I have a young daughter. I love detective stories, and find family drama and secrets (usually) to be almost irresistible topics. But for some reason I just never found my way into this one... I never connected with the two main Detectives, and I think that is a big part of why I struggled to feel like I was drawn into the book. I didn't realize when I was asked to review this title that it was the second in a series. That was never mentioned in the blurb - and I think that may be where some of my problem lies. There were a couple of seemingly throwaway references and remarks that I didn't catch that in hindsight, after learning it was the second in the series, I suspect felt so random because they were likely addressed in the first book. I also suspect that the reason I felt like I was caught on my back foot regarding Kittredge and Rena was because I had no introduction to their relationship and no backstory for them, which made it very difficult to find their back-and-forth banter or relationship interesting or complex. Add to that a mystery that felt like it was dragging on with revelations and red herring's only revealed inch by painful inch, and this felt like a Thriller that never hit its mark... With that said, I don't feel that it's entirely fair to evaluate it without having read the first book in the series - many of the shortcomings I felt in the development of the main characters might not be shortcomings if one read the first book... The reviews I've seen have generally been quite positive so I do suspect this one was a victim of my not reading the first book (and possibly of having recently read several almost back to back stories about child abductions, weirdly and unintentionally). This, to me, is why it is essential that you know when a book falls into series before requesting it for review. By the time I realized it was the second in a series, I was already put off by this one and so didn't have enough interest in going back to read the first... Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for my obligation - free review copy.
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  • Nicole Shaw
    January 1, 1970
    From the depths of Nicole’s Book Cellar (Instagram.com/nicoles_bookcellar):Book: No One Saw (Release Date: June 30, 2020)Author: Beverly LongGenre: Suspense, MysteryRating: 4.5 ⭐⭐⭐⭐Positives: A mystery that has you changing your mind after every turn.Negatives: If child abductions are a trigger then this isn’t the book for you. Recommend?: Yes! I did not figure out what happened and that makes my little book heart happy.Plot: 5-year-old Emma goes missing one day after her grandmother swears tha From the depths of Nicole’s Book Cellar (Instagram.com/nicoles_bookcellar):Book: No One Saw (Release Date: June 30, 2020)Author: Beverly LongGenre: Suspense, MysteryRating: 4.5 ⭐⭐⭐⭐Positives: A mystery that has you changing your mind after every turn.Negatives: If child abductions are a trigger then this isn’t the book for you. Recommend?: Yes! I did not figure out what happened and that makes my little book heart happy.Plot: 5-year-old Emma goes missing one day after her grandmother swears that she dropped her off at her daycare. But her teachers and the rest of the staff at the daycare say that Emma was not there at all. Is the grandmother lying or mistaken? Does anyone at the daycare have anything to gain from snatching a 5-year-old? And what about her parents, The Whitmans? They seem to have secrets of their own. This is book 2 in the A.L. McKittridge series. A.L. and Rena join forces again to solve this mystery and they will stop at nothing to do it. Thoughts: I really enjoyed this book which I think might sound weird based on the fact it is a book about child abduction. But what I liked is the mystery and clues that were given which had me on my toes the whole time. I didn’t read book 1 in the series and there are mentions of things that happened in the book. But I did not feel lost. I do want to go back and read book 1 though. But back to No One Saw. I love books where I can’t figure out the mystery or twist. If someone figures it out, I do not believe they will put all the pieces together. Final drinking thoughts: If you want a good mystery that will keep you guessing then read No One Saw. I don’t think there are major twists but I do think there are reveals that you won’t see coming. Thank you to @NetGalley @Harlequin @BeverlyLong for the advanced copy of #NoOneSaw#Books #Wine #LitFiction #NetGalley #BookReviews #ILikeBigBooksAndICannotLie #Bookstigator #GoodReads #WinerRead #Kindle #AmazonReads #Drama #Booksofinstagram #readersofinstagram #bookstagram #Mystery #nicoles_bookcellar
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  • Nicole Shaw
    January 1, 1970
    From the depths of Nicole’s Book Cellar (Instagram.com/nicoles_bookcellar):Book: No One Saw (Release Date: June 30, 2020)Author: Beverly LongGenre: Suspense, MysteryRating: 4.5 ⭐⭐⭐⭐Positives: A mystery that has you changing your mind after every turn.Negatives: If child abductions are a trigger then this isn’t the book for you. Recommend?: Yes! I did not figure out what happened and that makes my little book heart happy.Plot: 5-year-old Emma goes missing one day after her grandmother swears tha From the depths of Nicole’s Book Cellar (Instagram.com/nicoles_bookcellar):Book: No One Saw (Release Date: June 30, 2020)Author: Beverly LongGenre: Suspense, MysteryRating: 4.5 ⭐⭐⭐⭐Positives: A mystery that has you changing your mind after every turn.Negatives: If child abductions are a trigger then this isn’t the book for you. Recommend?: Yes! I did not figure out what happened and that makes my little book heart happy.Plot: 5-year-old Emma goes missing one day after her grandmother swears that she dropped her off at her daycare. But her teachers and the rest of the staff at the daycare say that Emma was not there at all. Is the grandmother lying or mistaken? Does anyone at the daycare have anything to gain from snatching a 5-year-old? And what about her parents, The Whitmans? They seem to have secrets of their own. This is book 2 in the A.L. McKittridge series. A.L. and Rena join forces again to solve this mystery and they will stop at nothing to do it. Thoughts: I really enjoyed this book which I think might sound weird based on the fact it is a book about child abduction. But what I liked is the mystery and clues that were given which had me on my toes the whole time. I didn’t read book 1 in the series and there are mentions of things that happened in the book. But I did not feel lost. I do want to go back and read book 1 though. But back to No One Saw. I love books where I can’t figure out the mystery or twist. If someone figures it out, I do not believe they will put all the pieces together. Final drinking thoughts: If you want a good mystery that will keep you guessing then read No One Saw. I don’t think there are major twists but I do think there are reveals that you won’t see coming. Thank you to @NetGalley @Harlequin @BeverlyLong for the advanced copy of #NoOneSaw#Books #Wine #LitFiction #NetGalley #BookReviews #ILikeBigBooksAndICannotLie #Bookstigator #GoodReads #WinerRead #Kindle #AmazonReads #Drama #Booksofinstagram #readersofinstagram #bookstagram #Mystery #nicoles_bookcellar
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  • Tessa (Talks Books)
    January 1, 1970
    No One Saw is a fast-paced, gripping tale of child abduction that somehow, even though it happened around the time that her grandmother dropped her off for pre-school, no one saw. Who’s lying? Who’s telling the truth? And can detectives McKittridge and Morgan figure it out in time to save the little girl?What I LovedI loved the nonstop suspense. The detectives steadily moved one step forward and two steps back, frustrating them and the readers alike. This tension makes the pages turn faster and No One Saw is a fast-paced, gripping tale of child abduction that somehow, even though it happened around the time that her grandmother dropped her off for pre-school, no one saw. Who’s lying? Who’s telling the truth? And can detectives McKittridge and Morgan figure it out in time to save the little girl?What I LovedI loved the nonstop suspense. The detectives steadily moved one step forward and two steps back, frustrating them and the readers alike. This tension makes the pages turn faster and faster as the desire to make sure the child is okay grows stronger and stronger.The story is an excellent police procedural with the readers along for the ride. The plot was so intricately woven that I considered making a storyboard so that I could follow the clues as the detectives interviewed person after person and the lies mounted.I loved that I got to know McKittridge a little better than I did in book 1. He is a straight arrow who has to juggle his career, a slightly rebellious teenage daughter, an ex-wife, and a new relationship with all the baggage that comes with that. And he handles it all with diplomacy born of a genuine caring that comes through loud and clear.With Ten Days Gone (book 1 in the series), I felt that the story asked me to care about the main characters without the necessary character development to elicit such deep feelings for them. I loved that No One Saw mentions the personal issues but does not talk about them in a way and to the point where I felt like a substantial emotional investment was expected from me. This made the story more enjoyable for me, as I could focus on the investigation, the action, and all the clues.To Read or Not to ReadIf you love a fast-paced, suspenseful read, then No One Saw will not disappoint!Thank you to NetGalley and the publisher for an advanced copy of the book in exchange for an honest review.
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  • Linda
    January 1, 1970
    I read TEN DAYS GONE by this same author and loved it. This is another very good book also. It’s not as intense or as full of thrills but it will grab ahold of you and not let go. It will touch your heart. A five year old child goes missing from a daycare and everyone in the town is searching. Everyone wants to know how a child can just vanish from plain sight. Who could or would do such a thing. It takes a monster to put parents through such horrors. Though I did guess who did it and with whom I read TEN DAYS GONE by this same author and loved it. This is another very good book also. It’s not as intense or as full of thrills but it will grab ahold of you and not let go. It will touch your heart. A five year old child goes missing from a daycare and everyone in the town is searching. Everyone wants to know how a child can just vanish from plain sight. Who could or would do such a thing. It takes a monster to put parents through such horrors. Though I did guess who did it and with whom except for one out of the three. One was only mentioned near the end so it would have been impossible to guess that. But the other two were pretty much a given in my opinion. But still, this book will keep you turning pages. It will make you want to know for certain and want to know WHY.. Why would anyone do such a thing. The detectives in this story did a great job. They left no stone unturned. From far and wide they searched. Talked to people of interest. Found people that you would never think of. They worked hard even while going through problems in their personal lives that were hard. I was introduced to them in the first book and now in this one. This book was well written and had many likable characters. Even the villains were likable although you will despise them in the end. It’s not really an edge of your seat thriller until the ending but still it’s a great story. A mystery to be solved. The descriptions were great and some of the names were ones that will give you a chuckle. You will have to read it to know what I mean there.I look forward to more by this author. She knows how to weave a story that will have you in tears, holding your breath and praying for a happy ending. Thank you to #NetGalley, #BeverlyLong, #HARLEQUIN for this ARC. This is my own review. I was in no way compensated for it.I gave it 4 stars and highly recommend it.
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  • Crystal
    January 1, 1970
    In the second installment of the series featuring police detective A.L. McKittridge, A.L. just gets back to town after a California vacation with Tess (from Ten Days Gone) when his partner calls to inform him that a five year old child is missing. A.L. heads right over to help. Turns out that Emma Whitman was dropped off at daycare that morning, but no one in the daycare saw her and she wasn’t their when her parent went to pick her up. So, who’s lying? Did the Grandma drop her off? Did someone s In the second installment of the series featuring police detective A.L. McKittridge, A.L. just gets back to town after a California vacation with Tess (from Ten Days Gone) when his partner calls to inform him that a five year old child is missing. A.L. heads right over to help. Turns out that Emma Whitman was dropped off at daycare that morning, but no one in the daycare saw her and she wasn’t their when her parent went to pick her up. So, who’s lying? Did the Grandma drop her off? Did someone see her in the building? How did she disappear? A.L. and Rena will definitely get to the bottom of this mystery. The FBI is involved and no one rests until they can find her, but there’s a lot of lies to wade through to find out what really happened. You’ve got adult children spying on their parents, cheaters, liars, and more all jumbled into a web of deceit. Time’s not on the detectives’ sides and little Emma needs to be found as soon as possible. A tip comes in that sends the duo to a town 100 miles away where a similar kidnapping happened 10 years ago, one that’s never been solved. Are the two related? Possibly. The reason for the four stars instead of five is simple. I figured it out early on. I knew immediately when one thing was mentioned. This wasn’t like Ten Days Gone, this time the clues were much easier to wade through and the culprit was easily identifiable, as was the reason why. The writing is good, I love the character development, A.L. is a formidable character, as is Rena. I wouldn’t want to be in their crosshairs. I can’t wait to see what’s next in this series. **I received an ARC of this story and this is my honest and voluntary review.
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  • BookwormishMe
    January 1, 1970
    4 stars / This review will be posted at BookwormishMe.com on 15 June 2020. Book two in the A.L. McKittridge series picks up some time after book one. A.L. and Tess are now seriously dating. They are just arriving home from a vacation in California, when A.L. gets word that a child is missing in Baywood. He meets up with his partner Rena and together they try to piece together how a child could go missing in broad daylight from a child care center.Emma was dropped off at daycare by her grandmothe 4 stars / This review will be posted at BookwormishMe.com on 15 June 2020. Book two in the A.L. McKittridge series picks up some time after book one. A.L. and Tess are now seriously dating. They are just arriving home from a vacation in California, when A.L. gets word that a child is missing in Baywood. He meets up with his partner Rena and together they try to piece together how a child could go missing in broad daylight from a child care center.Emma was dropped off at daycare by her grandmother. Her grandmother handed her off to a teacher. No one even realized Emma was missing until late in the day when her father went to pick her up. How could Emma have simply vanished and no one noticed? Elaine, the grandmother is distraught. The parents seem sad, but also not communicating or comforting one another. Could it be possible that a parent could have caused this?There are so many suspects in this one, it’s hard to pinpoint who could be at fault. Long does a nice job of giving most people a reason to have taken Emma. Secrets abound for the characters. As in the last novel, there is some family drama with Rena and her husband Gabe, as well as with A.L. and his daughter Traci and ex Jacqui. It’s the threads of these family stories that kept me coming back for more. If I had to pick one thing I didn’t love about this novel, it was the ending. It didn’t fit with the keeping of the rest of the story. Almost as though it was thrown together just for an ending. However, the rest of the book makes up for the last few pages.
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  • Kris - My Novelesque Life
    January 1, 1970
    RATING: 4 STARS2020; Mira/HQN/HarperCollinsNo One Saw is the second novel in the A.L. Kittridge series, an American contemporary police mystery. While the series is named after one of the cops, the story really involves two homicide partners, Kittridge and Rena Morgan. Rena is my favourite character in this series as she is written with such realism and compassion. She is also endearing with her humour and honesty. In this book, Kittridge returns from a week away with his new girlfriend, and is RATING: 4 STARS2020; Mira/HQN/HarperCollinsNo One Saw is the second novel in the A.L. Kittridge series, an American contemporary police mystery. While the series is named after one of the cops, the story really involves two homicide partners, Kittridge and Rena Morgan. Rena is my favourite character in this series as she is written with such realism and compassion. She is also endearing with her humour and honesty. In this book, Kittridge returns from a week away with his new girlfriend, and is thrust into a missing child case. Earlier in the morning, Emma was dropped off at daycare by her grandmother (as per her usual day) but is never seen by anyone at the daycare. While investigating, it is brought to their attention, that 10 years ago another child was abducted from her daycare. She has not been found to this day. Could the two cases, with eerily similar MO be connected? Could solving one, solve the other? I am so down for this series. I loved the personality of the first novel that introduced the characters, and the second novel really explored a fascinating case, and still revealed more of Rena and A.L. as characters. It is one of those novels (and series) that just grabs you and want to read till it ends. While with many suspense books you read to see what the twist is, I feel like this series takes you on a twisty journey. This way it doesn't feel like you are waiting for something or trying to read quickly to get to an interesting part. I recommend both books for your summer reading.***I received a complimentary copy of this ebook from the publisher through Edelweiss. Opinions expressed in this review are entirely my own.***
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  • Trader (RedHotBlueReads)
    January 1, 1970
    5 year old Emma is discovered missing when her parents come to pick her up from daycare. No one has seen her all day. Detective duo A.L. McKittridge and Rena Morgan are called in to the case. This was my first book from this author, and I was left with a good feeling about my reading experience when I finished No One Saw.The book covers the cops investigation of this crime. There are many suspects and sometimes I did find it hard to keep all the names straight. As a reader, there was one point 5 year old Emma is discovered missing when her parents come to pick her up from daycare. No one has seen her all day. Detective duo A.L. McKittridge and Rena Morgan are called in to the case. This was my first book from this author, and I was left with a good feeling about my reading experience when I finished No One Saw.The book covers the cops investigation of this crime. There are many suspects and sometimes I did find it hard to keep all the names straight. As a reader, there was one point that I thought I had it all figured out, and then it turns out I didn't, so that kept me engaged in wanting to know what happened to Emma. I thought the crime was well-crafted in this respect. Things get even more complicated with a similar crime happening in a near by town ten years ago. So there are many clues that lead to the kidnappers and many that don't.What I liked most about No One Saw is the chemistry between A.L. and his partner. I loved how they worked together to solve the case, and that the author also showed a deep friendship between these two. I want to know more about what happens with both of these characters.Overall, a well-crafted crime drama, with some romantic overtones. It's a quick read, I finished it in a day. I will probably be on the lookout for more books in this A.L. McKittridge series.An ARC was provided by the publisher. This is my honest review.
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  • Lelia Taylor
    January 1, 1970
    There’s nothing much worse than a missing child and, when A.L. and Rena catch this case, they’re 100% focused on finding little Emma. The circumstances seem to be unusual as her grandmother says she dropped her off at daycare that morning but no one working there admits to having seen the little girl…and no one’s really giving the detectives all the cooperation they need.The detectives are already eleven hours behind, a critical loss of time in a missing child situation, and it’s made even worse There’s nothing much worse than a missing child and, when A.L. and Rena catch this case, they’re 100% focused on finding little Emma. The circumstances seem to be unusual as her grandmother says she dropped her off at daycare that morning but no one working there admits to having seen the little girl…and no one’s really giving the detectives all the cooperation they need.The detectives are already eleven hours behind, a critical loss of time in a missing child situation, and it’s made even worse by all the lies coming from witnesses and family members. So much deception leads them down more than one rabbit hole and causes further delays in the investigation. Along the way, I was just as puzzled and anxious as our two main characters and found myself pinpointing and then discarding one potential suspect after another.When I read the first book in the series, I thought the pacing was a bit slow but that doesn’t hold so true in No One Saw. Truthfully, the chase to find Emma built at a moderate tempo until it reached a riveting stage and I kept turning the pages, caught up in the tension and the unwavering determination of these partners to separate all the lies from the truth. I also found A.L.’s and Rena’s personal stories engaging; yes, they have baggage but none of it is abnormal and they work together with intelligence and creative thinking. Well done, Ms. Long!
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