Disappearing Act

Disappearing Act[Ebook] ➩ Disappearing Act Author Dayle Campbell Gaetz – Bluevapours.co.uk At age twenty Leena O'Neil walked away from her old life Anything to avoid becoming a lawyer like her mother and older sister Georgia Three years later Georgia contacts her convinced that her husband At age twenty Leena O'Neil walked away from her old life Anything to avoid becoming a lawyer like her mother and older sister Georgia Three years later Georgia contacts her convinced that her husband is trying to kill her rather than divorce her Reluctantly Leena agrees to help But the stakes go up when Georgia’s husband Mark is murdered Now she wonders if the person who killed Mark is out to get Georgia as well Armed with several online courses in criminology and investigative strategies Leena considers herself almost a private investigator and she sets out to uncover the truth Disappearing Act is the first in a series of mysteries featuring rookie private investigator Leena O'Neil.

No doubt about it I've always loved books When we were small my parents always read to my sister and me at bedtime My dad used a sleepy yawny voice that I now realize was his attempt to make us fall asleep As the younger sister I got so mad when it workedI read tons of books as a kid and on into my twenties and thirtiesI still read now but not nearly as much Don't know why maybe age ma.

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  • Paperback
  • 151 pages
  • Disappearing Act
  • Dayle Campbell Gaetz
  • 23 September 2015
  • 9781459808225

10 thoughts on “Disappearing Act

  1. Julie says:

    Disappearing Act – A Leena O'Neil Mystery by Dayle Campbell Gaetz is a 2015 Rapid Reads publication I was provided a copy of this book from the librarything early reviews program in exchange for an honest review Colleen now calling herself Leena left home three years ago and never looked back Now out of the clear blue sky her sister Gina now calling herself Georgia has contacted her It would seem Georgia is in a bind and needs Leena's help Georgia explains she needs to lay low at Leena's for awhile because her husband Mark has been having an affair and she is sure he is trying to kill her But things are much complicated than that Leena soon learns Mark is dead and Georgia is a considered MIA So the uestion is who killed Mark? Did Georgia kill him? What about his new girlfriend? Did he have enemies? In her very first case as an “almost private detective” Leena will put herself in danger to clear her sister's name and uncover the truth of who killed Mark and why This is a super fast and easy read in which the author sets the stage for future mysteries featuring PI Leena O'Neil I did like Leena but at times the author tried too hard to affect a present day Kinsey Millhone style character While the story is a little predictable in the end Leena manages to solve the case to make a new friend and heal some family issues as well If you enjoy light clean mysteries this is one you might want to give this one a chance 3 stars

  2. Randee Baty says:

    I liked this little book It's no War and Peace and at this time in my life a little book suits me just fine It really is a novella rather than a novel I enjoyed that it was small and easy to carry around so I could read it when I had a few minutes without it weighing down my purse Sometimes a uick easy read is just what you needThat story isn't very deep since the book is short but I found it enjoyable It centers around Leena who had walked away from her family and disappeared a few years ago That idea intrigues me because I think it should be hard for someone to just disappear As it turns out she really didn't disappear and her sister finds her easily enough when she needs her Leena is almost a private detective having taken classes on line to be one I found that interesting too As Leena investigates for her sister the story moves uickly but I found the atmosphere to be believable and the characters to be likeable which is important to me I'll be happy to read in the future about Leena and I won't mind if they are short like this one or full length I received this book through Librarything's Early Reviewer Program

  3. Doseofbella says:

    Disappearing Act A Leena O’Neil MysteryBy Dayle Campbell GaetzOcra Book Publishers 2015 Pages159Copy Courtesy of Librarything Early ReviewersReviewed by tkThrilling RideLeena an aspiring Private Investigator left her childhood home to become her own independent person three years ago She is enjoying the life she has made for herself Until a call from Georgia her sister Georgia pleads with Leena to help her Someone is trying to kill herA novelette of huge proportions Although a uick read the narrative is amazing in detail I plot driven by greed betrayal and love are the ingredients of this suspenseful mystery If you love who done its you won’t be disappointed I look forward to Leena O’Neal Mysteries in the future 45

  4. Isabella Ragsdale says:

    The Disappearing Act is a book about a girl named Lena who considers herself as a private investigator and changed her name a while back to start her life over One day she gets a call from her estranged sister Georgia who also changed her name saying that she was in danger and needed a place to stay Georgia is afraid that someone is after her and she believed it was her husband The next day her husband was found dead This is a good book that is very suspenseful and it keeps the readers at the edge of their seats

  5. Sherri says:

    Leena O’Neil dropped her past life three years ago just like she dropped her born name of Colleen and enjoys her uiet life that’s a ferry ride away from the rest of the world Leena considers herself to ‘almost’ be a private investigator since she’s a legal assistant and has already taken some online courses in criminology and methods of investigationOut of the blue Leena’s estranged sister Georgia shows up needing her help Georgia claims that her separated husband has attempted to kill her three times however news reports uickly reveal that Georgia may be lying since it’s her husband who has ended up murderedCan Leena’s burgeoning detective skills figure out what’s really going on with her sister or will there be another murder in the family before the truth is revealed?This typical Rapid Reads novel for reluctant readers is an entertaining mystery with a reading level of 42 First in a new series

  6. Sandra says:

    A very simple crime novel Suitable for 13 14 year olds

  7. Ampersand Inc. says:

    From DotFrom Saffron

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