The Trapped Girl by Robert Dugoni (Book Review #234)

I rate this book 4 out of 5 stars.

(Finished Reading: 11/04/19

My 26th book this year)

A body is found in a crab pot fishing trap. The police are trying to find out who it is, but it seems the woman went through a lot of effort to hide her true identity.

As evidence is found, she appears to be a missing person who is believed to have fallen off a cliff a few months earlier.

As the plot becomes more and more twisted, detective Tracy Crosswhite is determined to uncover the truth. But at every turn of events the story seems to become more confusing. Why was the woman running? Who was she running from? How did she end up being just a trapped body in the water?


I quite enjoyed this 4th book of the Tracy Crosswhite Series. As always Robert Dugoni has done an impressive job with his creativity, his imagination, his twists and his great ability in keeping the reader drawn into the story.

The only part I didn’t enjoy was the final twist. I felt it spoilt the story but the rest of the book made up for it.

I am highly looking forward to more books by this author and would definitely recommend every book of this series so far.

Written by Ling Lee (11/04/19).

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