Review: Two Girls Down

Two Girls Down by Louisa Luna

Clues to describe this book: Missing Persons, Small Town, Misdirection, Troubled Pasts

Disclaimer: I received a free advanced digital copy of this book from Doubleday Books in exchange for my honest opinion. This has no effect on my opinion, review, or rating.

Review: Two Girls Down is the first book I read from Louisa Luna. It’s about a private investigator, Alice Vega and a former cop. Max Caplan, who are hired to try to find two missing girls in a small town. Overall, I really enjoyed reading this book. Some of the material is a bit on the strong side, but it’s definitely worth the read. This was a riveting read and the story was fast paced. The characters were well-developed and backstories behind each character was interesting. I especially loved the chemistry between Vega and Caplan- they make an awesome pair. I was a bit disappointed that Vega and Caplan didn’t take their relationship to the next notch, but I hope the author makes another book with these two characters. The motivation behind the missing girls took me completely by surprise and was extremely deep. I would highly recommend this novel to anyone who is a fan of mystery or crime thrillers.

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