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The Thinnest Air by Minka Kent

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

3.5 stars to The Thinnest Air! 🌟 🌟 🌟.5

Minka Kent is a beloved author of my friend, Kendall’s, and The Thinnest Air is my first book by Kent.

Meredith Price considers herself lucky. She has been living a life of luxury married to her husband and living in a resort town. The catch: she’s gotten bored with it all, and then she vanishes into thin air.

When her car is found at a local grocery store, there is no sign of foul play. So did she choose to disappear, or was she abducted? Meredith’s sister, Greer, takes up the search, which lands her in some dark, seedy places.

The Thinnest Air is a great title with multiple meanings. This is a super quick and well-written read at less than 300 pages, and while it was a bit pat and predictable in places, there was a giant twist that shocked me! After that twist, however, the ending was more clipped than I would have liked. I wanted more! Minka Kent clearly has immense talent for this genre, and I will most definitely be checking out her other books.

Thank you to Amazon Pub/Thomas & Mercer for the copy. The Thinnest Air will be published on July 1, 2018!
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A woman’s disappearance exposes a life of secrets in a twisting novel of psychological suspense from the author of The Memory Watcher.

Meredith Price is the luckiest woman alive. Her husband, Andrew, is a charming and successful financial broker. She has two lovely stepchildren and is living in affluence in a mountain resort town. After three years of marriage, Meredith’s life has become predictable. Until the day she disappears.

Her car has been discovered in a grocery store parking lot—purse and phone undisturbed on the passenger seat, keys in the ignition, no sign of struggle, and no evidence of foul play. It’s as if she vanished into thin air.

It’s not like Meredith to simply abandon her loved ones. And no one in this town would have reason to harm her. When her desperate sister, Greer, arrives, she must face a disturbing question: What if no one really knows Meredith at all? For Greer, finding her sister isn’t going to be easy…because where she’s looking is going to get very, very dark.

Have you read any books by Minka Kent? Do you have any favorite psychological suspense authors? Happy Reading! ~ Jennifer THR