Hidden in the Night (Missing in Alaska 3): Book Review

BOOK BY: Elizabeth Goddard

What a fantastic end to the Missing in Alaska trilogy!

Readers finally get to read Nolan Long’s story toward happily-ever-after. Ivy Elliott is come to Alaska in search of a lost manuscript by the famed author Jack London. But what was supposed to be a simple point of sale turns into a frantic search for the missing manuscript, taken by a missing teenager. Ivy joins forces with Nolan to search for the missing girl – uncovering a plot more treacherous than the Alaska wilderness.

Though this novel starts out slower than the previous two, there is plenty of action, suspense and mystery to keep the story moving. Twist after twist will keep readers turning the pages long after the daylight hours.

Characters from Shadow Gap assist Ivy and Nolan in their efforts to find the missing girl and retrieve the manuscript. This story has it all – murder, mayhem, natural disasters, enemies from unexpected places, and a slow burn romance that tie up the series well.

A series that definitely requires a re-read from start to finish.

I received an ecopy from the publisher through NetGalley. All opinions expressed are my own.

To read a review on book one Cold Light of Day click here

To read a review on book two Shadows at Dusk click here

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