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The Missing Sister 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 AloneAlive 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 UnderbellyAs She Gets Closer To The Truth And To The Killer Shayna S Own Life May Now Be In The Balance

About the Author: Elle Marr

Originally from Sacramento, Elle Marr graduated from UC San Diego before moving to France, where she earned a master s degree from the Sorbonne University in Paris She now lives and writes in Oregon with her husband, son, and one very demanding feline Her debut thriller THE MISSING SISTER was a 1Best Seller, 1 in the Kindle Store, anCharts Best Seller, featured in Woman s World, and named one of PopSugar s 31 Thrillers of 2020 Words she s written can also be found on CrimeReads and Criminal Element Forinformation and updates on her next thriller, connect with her online at www.ellemarr.com.

10 thoughts on “The Missing Sister

  1. says:

    Elle Marr is obviously a talented writer but this is not the kind of book where you just glide through the words and turn pages compulsively I kept setting this down and picking it up again, struggling to find a rhythm with it.She wrote good characters and the premise was fantastic but I never felt quite as connected to this book as I hoped I absolutely recommend it however, as I feel my experience may be unique

  2. says:

    Waste of time Shayna goes to Paris after her sister is found dead She reads a message in their secret twin language that she is really alive, so decides to retrace the steps of her sisters last days to try and find her.The story was underdeveloped and mystery was short lived Ending predictable and it was slow to get there There is little to no build up for the suspense I was continuously bored and just wanted to just fli

  3. says:

    The Missing Sister captured me on the first page and did not let me go until the last It explores the depth of the bond between identical twins, in particular, and brothers and sisters, in general Shayna has come to Paris after the disappearance and possible murder of her identical twin, Angela All has not been well with the twins of late, and they have not communicated for the past three years After arriving in Paris, Shayna di

  4. says:

    Shayna Darby has received a horrible email informing her of the death of her identical twin sister who has been living in Paris for several years.Leaving her California home and flying to France, she is surprised by Angela s boyfriend, who has a key to Angela s apartment just something else Shayna didn t know about her sister Much to her amazement, there is a message meant only for Shayna As twins and as young children they invented the

  5. says:

    Shayna goes to Paris when she heard that her twin sister, Angela had been murdered Angela had left a message for Shayna saying trust no one , it was written in a code the twins had made up Shayna and Angela had not spoken since their parents died in a car crash three years ago Now, part of a school shooting, Angela is presumed dead Shayna tried to find out what happened to her sister.Thenstory is told from Shayna s perspective It has a beautifu

  6. says:

    ArreteC est ici l empire de la mortStopFor here is the empire of death Shayna Darby knows about loss.She lost both of her parents when she was only 21 years old and now she has to fly to Paris to identify her estranged twin sister s body in the morgue.When she arrives in France and goes to her sister s apartment she finds a message that only she can decipher Alive Trust no one.From then on it s a race against time to find her twin and discover the tru

  7. says:

    The Missing Sister by Elle Marr is an ambitious novel and, I must admit, I am struggling to articulate my thoughts The writing and premise are excellent, however I did grapple with the execution of a plot that I think tries to tackle too much, and becomes a bit chaotic at times as a result..Shayna Darby flies to Paris to identify the body of her twin sister Angela who has purportedly been murdered While trying to come to grips with this, Shayna sees a coded me

  8. says:

    An interesting synopsis that caught my attention immediately Unfortunately it s a bit of a slow read, I had a tough time connecting and kept putting it down I powered through the last 20% because I HAD to know the outcome The French writing tripped me up quite a bit, not knowing the language and having it come up often sometimes without the translation was a bit frustrating Overall this was just an ok read.Thanks so much to NetGalley and Thomas Mercer for my review co

  9. says:

    Shayna s parents have both passed away in an accident and just when she is beginning to process this, she has news that her twin sister has been killed Shayna was estranged from her sister since her parents death, but she knows she needs to go to Paris, where her sister Angela was living, to find out what happened When she arrives she is told police have recovered her body, but it is mostly unidentifiable She also finds police have a theory she was killed by a serial killer W

  10. says:

    This is my Kindle First selection for this month I think all in all I found it a little too heavy on the descriptive for my personal liking, though the story IS an intriguing one What merited it an additional star for me was that there are NO MISTAKES and if you happen across any of my reviews you ll know this is a bloody miracle It is so impressive and proves it can be done, which is why I get so irritated when 99% of digital books are slung out there with heaps of mistakes.I was fa

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