REVIEW: THE MISSING SISTER, BY ELLE MARR

In Paris, her twin sister has vanished, leaving behind three chilling words: Trust no one.

Shayna Darby is finally coming to terms with her parents’ deaths when she’s delivered another blow. The body of her estranged twin sister, Angela—the possible victim of a serial killer—has been pulled from the Seine. Putting what’s left of her life on hold, Shayna heads to Paris. But while cleaning out Angela’s apartment, Shayna makes a startling discovery: a coded message meant for her alone…

Alive. Trust no one.

Taking the warning to heart, Shayna maintains the lie. She makes a positive ID on the remains and works to find out where—and why—her missing sister is hiding. Shayna retraces her sister’s footsteps, and they lead her down into Paris’s underbelly.

As she gets closer to the truth—and to the killer—Shayna’s own life may now be in the balance…

Shayna is the first person narrator of The Missing Sister, and when she arrives in Paris to search for her twin, she is unsure if her sister is missing or dead.

She follows clues she finds in Angela’s apartment, and accepts help from a man she believes to be her sister’s boyfriend. There was something off about him, but also the man who claimed to work for the embassy set off red flags, too.

Would Shayna figure out what happened to Angela? Would she escape those who seem to be following her? Who is the serial killer that seems to be one step ahead of her while she searches?

An engaging story that kept me turning the pages, I was happy when the answers were finally revealed. 4.5 stars.

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