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MISSING: A DCI Rylan Crowe Mystery


Detective Chief Inspector Rylan Crowe and his Sergeant Rolly Burke are investigating the disappearance of three-year-old Evie Mortimer from her home in the village of Brightworthy.

Despite intensive searches and house-to-house inquiries, they’re unable to discover a single clue to the girl’s whereabouts until one of Evie’s pink shoes, the ones she was wearing the day she disappeared, is discovered in the alley behind the Mortimer’s house, an area that’s been searched and cleared more than once, an area that is under constant police surveillance. 

That can mean only one thing, or so it would seem. But, just when Crowe and Burke think they’ve figured out what happened to Evie, the sequence of events and evidence takes a strange and disturbing turn. The clock is ticking on little Evie Mortimer and if Crowe and Burke can’t find her, she may never be seen again … alive.

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Praise for Missing

“Missing” is a great story. Better than any episode of Law & Order I’ve ever seen.”— dog-earred-reader (Barnes & Noble)

“Missing” is a BritCrime adventure that leads the reader down a primrose path to a darker place where the unexpected and the unimaginable fight for equal space. Detective Chief Inspector Crowe is suave and smart, and the perfect guide for JM Reinbold’s twisty tale about a lost child in a small English village.” -- Ramona DeFelice Long

“I thought I knew how it would end. Never in a million years could I have guessed. That was a good story!” – Unthula

“…one of my top five favorite stories (in Someone Wicked)” – Dave Granger (Goodreads)

“Missing” by JM Reinbold - Gripping, terrifying and sad. This races down the halls of scary things. – Art Griswald (Amazon)

“Some of my favorites were … “Missing” by JM Reinbold for setting and dialogue.” – Mark Taneyhill (Amazon)

My thought provoking favorites …. “Missing” by JM Reinbold. Frank Hopkins (Amazon)

JM Reinbold's "Missing" didn't miss at all. It hit the mark in so many ways. The story did not go anywhere I thought it would. When I was done, I wanted more of this one. – Faithful85 (Barnes & Noble)