Proof of Life

Proof of Life CSI investigator Shanna Dawson has never forgiven herself for the long ago disappearance of her little sister Skylar For fourteen years there have been no leads or proof of life Until now Until Skyla

  • Title: Proof of Life
  • Author: LauraScott
  • ISBN: 9780373444656
  • Page: 276
  • Format: Paperback
  • CSI investigator Shanna Dawson has never forgiven herself for the long ago disappearance of her little sister, Skylar For fourteen years there have been no leads or proof of life Until now Until Skylar s fingerprints implicate her in a murder at a fraternity house Shanna is desperate to find the young woman And so is handsome campus cop Quinn Murphy the victim s halfCSI investigator Shanna Dawson has never forgiven herself for the long ago disappearance of her little sister, Skylar For fourteen years there have been no leads or proof of life Until now Until Skylar s fingerprints implicate her in a murder at a fraternity house Shanna is desperate to find the young woman And so is handsome campus cop Quinn Murphy the victim s half brother But as their team investigation leads to an unexpected closeness and the revelation of family secrets, Shanna prays that her sister is innocent And that the real killer is caught before Quinn is hurt, or Skylar is lost forever.

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    • Alisha says:

      like the long lost relative scenario in a book

    • Heather says:

      I feel I should start by saying that I'm reading this for an assignment, of sorts -- this isn't the style of romance I'd normally pick up, so take this with a grain of salt.The heroine is a nice young woman who has recently decided she should renew her faith. She had a younger sister who was kidnapped when they were in elementary school, and her family life after that was difficult. Now she's an adult, living on her own, and working as a crime scene investigator.It's at a crime scene (a college [...]

    • Alexa Verde says:

      I loved the premise for PROOF OF LIFE, so I was looking forward to reading this book. There is something about reconnecting with family and forgiveness that tugs at my heart.I believe Laura Scott did a great job drawing the characters for Shanna Dawson and Quinn Murphy. They both come from broken families and try hard to mend the rift with their family members. Helping each other, Shanna and Quinn learn that only by renewing their faith they can finally healI Shanna Dawson blames herself for her [...]

    • Christy says:

      This is one of the better books I have read from the 'Love Inspired Suspense' series. The two main characters are Shanna Dawson and Quinn Murphy. Shanna, is a crime scene investigator (CSI) and Quinn, a police officer at a local college campus. Shanna and Quinn are assigned to investigate a brutal murder on campus - the victim? Officer Murphy's half brother. In a shocking twist of events, Shanna's sister (Skyler's) finger prints are found at the crime scene - even more shocking, Skyler was kidna [...]

    • Barbara says:

      This book rates a solid ‘meh’ from me. The plot involves child abduction and missing children, but there are so many twists and turns that it’s hard to keep track of who’s who. Shanna Dawson wants to find her missing sister, Skylar, and a break in her decade-long search comes when her sister’s fingerprints are found at a crime scene where the half-brother of university campus cop Quinn Murphy is found dead.The plot moves along nicely, but there are so many missing/presumed dead relativ [...]

    • Brenda says:

      This is not my regular genre, and is definitely shorter than most of the books I read. I guess it's the norm for these Harlequin books, though. It felt super short, and like everything was a little rushed, but the story was interesting and kept me engaged throughout (which isn't too hard, since it took me about 2 hours to read). I'd probably give it 3 1/2 stars. I honestly haven't read a whole lot of books like this, so don't have much to compare it to.

    • Alexa Bourne says:

      I have to say that when I was reading this book I kept wondering how all the pieces would fit together. How would it be possible and would it sound reasonable? I'm so happy to say the answer is yes, it was possible and reasonable. Ms. Scott pens a complicated yet believable suspense and the sweet romance grows beautifully from the first meeting between the hero and heroine until the last page of the book.

    • Pam says:

      Quick read -- inspirational romantic suspense. CSI investigator is working a murder scene and takes many fingerprints. Little does she know that among them are the fingerprints of her younger sister who was abducted at the age of 5. Many plot twists to keep you reading.

    • Sandy Richardson says:

      A mystery book that will keep you guessing who is who and who did what until the end. The love story is predictable, with a few twists. This book makes you believe romance and intrique are possible for anyone.

    • Judine Brey says:

      I love the missing child twist in this book, and Shanna's guilt for her missing sister is credible. The fact that Shanna and Quinn are both from broken families makes their connection more believable. The faith aspect is a bit heavy-handed, though.

    • Melissa says:

      Excellent mystery that kept me guessing until the end and that's hard to do! I couldn't put this book down and read 90% of it without stopping which for me is unusual to read that much without getting up to do things just for a break. I highly reccomend this book to any mystery lover.

    • Marcy says:

      i read this in one afternoon - severals twists in the story

    • Nina says:

      the story line great, but the ending was too quick, I feel something was wrong with it, like she had to end it NOW, because she had another book to start.

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