Find Her Alive by Lisa Regan Review

Find Her Alive | Lisa Regan | Bookouture | Pub: April 15, 2020

Another Josie Quinn book!!!! You better believe I dropped everything to read this.

This installment revolved around Trinity. We got to learn more about her and why her past shaped her into the woman she is today. I was so happy to get to know Trinity more as in the previous books she was kind of .

I absolutely loved everything about this book, as usual. Especially the fact that all my favorite characters were all getting together to try to find Trinity. Including Josie’s grandmother! So glad she had a bigger part in this one!

Finally, I can’t get enough of Josie and Noah! I’m also obsessed!!!! Can they get married and have babies yet?!?! Eeeeckkk

Well done Lisa and please keep em’ coming!!!

Thank you to Bookouture for providing me with an electronic ARC of this book via NetGalley. As usual, my reviews are my honest and unbiased opinions.


Detective Josie Quinn hasn’t heard from her sister since Trinity stormed out of the house in the heat of an argument three weeks ago. So, when human remains are found at the remote hunting cabin where Trinity was last seen, Josie can only assume the worst.

Gathering her team, Josie feels a surge of relief when the dental records match a different body – that of a missing single mother from a neighboring town. But now Josie’s is not the only broken family desperate for answers.

Dusting the crime scene for prints, a name smudged into the side of a nearby car is the first in a trail of clues Trinity left for Josie. In need of a big story to save her journalism career, it seems Josie’s sister was attempting to make contact with a dangerous serial killer known for creating sculptures with his victim’s bones. And Trinity won’t stop until she’s found him, even if it means becoming his next masterpiece…

Josie is certain there’s a critical clue in the ivory hair comb delivered to Trinity just days before she went missing. But as more bones surface, each set more likely to be Trinity’s than the last, time is running out to find her alive. Can Josie’s team trust her instincts in a case that is so deeply personal? Can she find her sister without putting other innocent lives in danger?

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