The Thinnest Air by Minka Kent

3.5/5 stars

Fiction – Suspense/Thriller

Meredith Price feels like she hit the jackpot when she marries a wealthy, older man with two children. She quickly settles into her new life of luxury—spa days, yoga classes, and shopping. But when she suddenly goes missing, her wallet and keys still left in her car, no one has a clue what could have happened. When her sister and closest confidant, Greer, flies into town, she starts to wonder who can really be trusted. And soon she might be more wrapped up in this case than she ever thought possible.

I enjoyed this book; it was definitely good, but I wouldn’t put it in the category of great. I really liked the suspense—it kept me reading as I was always curious to know what was going to happen next. I do, however, think the ending was a bit short-lived. It felt rushed and anti-climatic to me. It’s the classic woman goes missing, money is involved, whodunit book. Nonetheless, this is a great one to pick up if you’re looking for a quick, suspenseful read!

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