Missing Link (The Davenport Mysteries #1)

Rated 3.00/5 based on 4 reviews
Three Crimes: One Common Thread

Agent Kiara Davenport was sent undercover to unearth the wrongdoings within Cooper Industries. However, when she reached Kingston, she started to find things that pointed at something bigger than what she had anticipated. And, then suddenly another crime happened that she felt was linked to the whole racket.
She had to uncover the whole crime syndicate against her More
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About Varun Vashist

Varun Vashist is a firm believer in destiny and does believe that every ordinary thing around us has an extraordinary story. These stories become the basis of his novels. Stories that are believable and that touch positively are the one that he likes and tries to convey the same through his novels.A nature lover, his stories involves people travelling for their quest. Ordinary people caught in extraordinary situations is a running theme in his stories.


Review by: ade on Nov. 16, 2014 :
This was a good read but so much didn't make sense as the other reviews have said
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Review by: Gayle Duckart on Oct. 08, 2014 :
Confusing at best...struggled the whole way through...definitely needs an English speaking editor to untangle phrasing. I had to keep reminding myself the setting was in Oregon not some mystery land far far away where chemical factories operated without rules or regulations. Just who the heck did all those "official police characters" work for? EPA, FBI, Homeland Security...not a clue. Giving this book a two for effort but hope a rewrite will be made to take some of the confusion out of the language and create a more solid outline of just who, what, when and where all these ideas take place. Still wondering is anyone going to jail!
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Review by: Frank Lee on Sep. 05, 2014 :
It was obvious to me that English is a 2nd language for this author. Given that, I was willing to overlook a lot of odd phrases. Under that circumstance, he does quite well. However, the names were mixed up often which made me take off a star. Chris was Jake and Jake was Chris, even one instance where Kiara was Sarah. Those kinds of mistakes can be easily avoided by proofing. That aside, the story was very compelling and was definitely a page turner with lots of twists and turns and of course, the unexpected! I would recommend this book anyone who loves a good mystery.
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Review by: rockyss on Aug. 31, 2014 :
A great suspense thriller. Kept me on the edge till the last page.
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