Book Review: Girl Jacked by Christopher Greyson (A Detective Jack Stratton Novel)

Rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars

Genre: Thriller

Age Recommended: 15 and up

This book chilled me to the bone. I would definitely not recommend this to the faint-hearted because there were a few scenes with torture and gore. Moreover, the entire idea behind the book was quite disturbing, as I realized near the climax, and this definitely made me rethink any assumptions I had made earlier on.

Also, the author referred to one character as “Replacement” for most of the book because the main character could not “remember” her name, and I found this incredibly distracting (and annoying at times).

Girl Jacked

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Jack Stratton is a detective. He spends his days looking for criminals, hunting them down, and bringing them to justice. However, one day, his adoptive sister, Alice, whom he has not seen for ten years, shows up at his house claiming that their other sister has gone missing.

Jack isn’t supposed to meddle in missing cases given to other officers, but when he sees how distraught Alice is, and realizes that there is no way that their sister would have just left their family, he agrees to go help Alice look for their missing sister.

When they find her body, and the mortician reports that she died of drug abuse, the case is closed for everyone. Except Jack and Alice, who claim that their sister would never have done drugs, let alone meth.

When they go digging deeper for clues, they find something that may destroy them all…

If you would like to read this book, you can purchase it here: Girl Jacked

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