Three Missing Days: A Pelican Harbor Novel

Colleen Coble. Thomas Nelson, $26.99 (352p) ISBN 978-0-7852-2854-7
Coble’s busy conclusion to her trilogy set in Pelican Harbor, Ala., picks up where 2020’s Two Reasons to Run left off. Police chief Jane Hardy sets out to find her mother, who abandoned her as a child, and to remember what happened years later during the three days she disappeared with her mother about a month before the birth of her now 15-year-old son, Will. Meanwhile, she and her boyfriend and Will’s father, Reid Dixon, are being targeted by members of the cult the two of them escaped separately years earlier. Jane must also contend with Reid’s estranged wife, Lauren, who refuses to divorce Reid so Jane can marry him. When Lauren is murdered, suspicion falls on Will. Along the way to the neat ending, Jane must solve three murders, face the cult members who are stalking her, and save the town from the threat of a dirty bomb. Jane and others often invoke God, but their religious beliefs don’t interfere with the story. Coble’s clear-cut prose makes it easy for the reader to follow the numerous scenarios and characters. This is just the ticket for readers of romantic suspense. (Apr.)
Reviewed on : 01/25/2021
Release date: 04/01/2021
Genre: Mystery/Thriller
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