Searchable Whereabouts

Searchable Whereabouts

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by Tinisha Nicole Johnson

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Xpress Yourself Publishing
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6.14(w) x 9.21(h) x 0.53(d)
Age Range:
15 Years

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Searchable Whereabouts 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
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Searchable Whereabouts by Tinisha Nicole Johnson is a book that I HIGHLY recommend. There was never a dull moment while reading this page-turner. The death of Rahkel's beloved uncle leads to a series of murders, leaving Rahkel wondering if she is next on the list. She's in a race against time to discover 'who-dun-it' before it is done to her! People are just not who they seem to be. And in the midst of all the murders, Rahkel manages to fall head over heels in love with the PI who is helping her solve the case. This is a must-read book and the only disappointment is that it ended. What's next, Ms. Johnson?
Guest More than 1 year ago
Tinisha Nicole Johnson found a good balance of mystery, heartbreak, joy and romance mixed it all together and came up with Searchable Whereabouts. Once I got sucked in - and it didn't take long - I didn't want to put the book down until I knew 'whodunit', how it was done, and why it was done. The plot in this murder mystery was definitely intriguing and I found myself excited about all the twists and turns the story took. I think its important to note that I didn't anticipate most of the twists before they happened in the story line. I really liked that even though the mystery was solved at the end, the ending was not what you would call a 'happy ending'. I finished the book yesterday, and all day today, I've been wondering what happens to Rahkel now. How will the events in this novel affect her life? I don't often read sequel books, but I'd be curious about Rahkel's life, that's for sure! The telling of the story is done in the first person by the main character. The relationships built in this book were quite believable - in fact, I felt like I 'knew' a few of them personally. The way the author continued to feed the reader information about the relationships throughout the book made each character functional to the story. The characters were 'real' and the situations they were dealing with internally were dealt with in a real way. So what type of book is Searchable Whereabouts? Its an easy read, great for vacation or a relaxing rainy day. The chapters are short, the vernacular is easy to understand, and there's a little less than 300 pages. This is one of those books where you can get absorbed in the story not realizing several hours has passed.