This is my first time reading a Ty Hutchinson novel, and wow. With Abby Kane, heâ€™s created a character who is tough but with a huge heart. A skilled FBI agent, she can hold her own with anyone, yet the tenderness she expresses toward her dead husbandâ€™s mother and his two kids is almost heartbreaking.
Suitcase Girl is set in modern-day San Francisco, a town with many dark secrets. Abby is Chineseâ€”originally from Hong Kongâ€”and much of the story centers around Asians. Many are good, but some are badâ€”really bad. Combine that with sex trafficking, rogue science, and violence, and youâ€™ve got a story that doesnâ€™t let you breathe. Itâ€™s as if the author wants you to be as tense and focused as Abby.
If you enjoy crime thrillers that feel like the bass line in a Nirvana song, then grab this book. Trust meâ€”itâ€™s fun.
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Sheâ€™s your average twelve-year old, except thereâ€™s something about her thatâ€™s unthinkable, and quite frankly, unexplainable.
When a lone little girl is abandoned outside FBI headquarters, agent Abby Kaneâ€™s investigation points to a human trafficking ringâ€”and something even worse.
For a tense, disturbing thrill-ride, pick up this USA Today Bestseller. Book one in the Suitcase Girl Trilogy.
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