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Reviewed by Lee Ashford for Readers' Favorite
“Lost and Found” by Lorhainne Eckhart is a heart-rending tragedy of grand magnitude, faced by one innocent family against whom it seemed the whole world had rallied. It is Book 2 of the “Walk the Right Road” series; Book 3, “Bounty”, is due out any day now. “Lost and Found” is the story of a man, Richard, who found himself in partnership with one of the most unethical, dishonest, lying, cheating, back-stabbing, philandering cretins to ever crawl out from under a rock. Dan, Richard’s partner, deals in illegal drugs, cheats his partners, pushes down little old ladies, steals candy from babies, and basically has made his way through life by taking deplorable advantage of everybody he encounters, not least of whom is Richard.
Maggie is Richard’s wife. In the prologue to this story, Richard and Maggie’s 5 year old autistic daughter was killed by a hit-and-run driver speeding down the road in front of their house. Maggie, quite understandably, was severely traumatized by the death of her daughter, so her doctor prescribed anti-anxiety medication to help her make it through the days, and sleeping pills to help her make it through the nights. Overall this was a very engrossing novel, and I’m looking forward to reading “Bounty” when it is available. “Lost and Found” is a superb book. It will pull you into the thick of the action, and not let you go until the final page. This author has mastered the art of developing and telling a complex, realistic story, and I would not hesitate to recommend this thriller, and Books 1 and 3 in this series, to anybody who enjoys experiencing a captivating thriller.