REVIEW: THE LAST TO VANISH, BY MEGAN MIRANDA

Ten years ago, Abigail Lovett fell into a job she loves, managing The Passage Inn, a cozy, upscale resort nestled in the North Carolina mountain town of Cutter’s Pass. Cutter’s Pass is best known for its outdoor offerings—rafting and hiking, with access to the Appalachian trail by way of a gorgeous waterfall—and its mysterious history. As the book begins, the string of unsolved disappearances that has haunted the town is once again thrust into the spotlight when journalist Landon West, who was staying at the inn to investigate the story of the vanishing trail, then disappears himself.

 

Abby has sometimes felt like an outsider within the community, but she’s come to view Cutter’s Pass as her home. When Landon’s brother Trey shows up looking for answers, Abby can’t help but feel the town closing ranks. And she’s still on the outside. When she finds incriminating evidence that may bring them closer to the truth, Abby soon discovers how little she knows about her coworkers, neighbors, and even those closest to her.

 
 
 
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 I loved following Abby’s journey to discover what was behind the mysterious disappearances in The Last to Vanish. She had the sense that there were answers, but that certain townspeople and individuals were keeping deep secrets. What were the connections between the residents and the disappearances?

Just when I thought I might know the answers, especially after Abby discovers a secret locker, I was surprised by what she did uncover.

A story that kept me turning pages, this one earned five stars.

 
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