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She speaks Pennsylvania Dutch and can help break the barrier between the Amish and the "Englisher".

As Kate and Tomasetti pursue their investigation into the missing teens other cases of missing teens, some going back years, come to light.

They appear to have a serial predator on their hands. The teens have all disappeared without a trace. Things escalate quickly.

First the body of one of the missing teens turns up. Then another teen, this one from Painter's Mill, disappears. For Kate it is a race against the clock.

She knows the teen from Painter's Mill. Can she remain objective and professional? All of the teens had been taking advantage of Rumspringa - a time when Amish adolescents are allowed extra freedoms before being baptized and bound by Ordnung the set of rules the Amish live by.

Is someone taking advantage of the teens who are enjoying new freedoms? If so how is this someone finding them? The missing teens are located in different parts of the state.

One was from Pennsylvania. There are plenty of suspects There is a climatic ending when Kate stumbles on the location of the predator.

But, just when you think there is a happy ending the author throws a surprise curve ball. I was thinking of giving this book 3 stars.

I liked it but the ending alone deserves another star! View all 4 comments. What follows is an unsettling dive into the girls' activities prior to their disappearance and the troubling relationships they'd formed.

The prologue sets the tone for this disturbing story and was always in the background as the investigation proceeded. There are plenty of red herrings but the clues helped eliminate suspects and focus on the remaining Originally posted on The Book Nympho Kate Burkholder is called in as a consultant with John Tomasetti when several Amish girls have gone missing.

There are plenty of red herrings but the clues helped eliminate suspects and focus on the remaining. However, I was still surprised at the resolution.

While I really liked this story, I wasn't thrilled with the number of issues left unresolved. I'm hoping some of these are addressed in future stories.

Kate and Tomasetti's relationship, however, was a real positive. It's moving slowly and consistent with the personalities of the characters.

This remains one of my favorite series and I'm anxious to continue. Kathleen McInerney's narration is another highlight, making each of the characters more vivid with her performance.

Aug 14, Angela DeSilva rated it it was amazing Shelves: amish , abduction , a-fav-author , crime , five-star-favorites , mystery , police-procedurals , series-to-finish , could-not-put-it-down , detective.

This is definitely one of my favorite series. Full of suspense and hard to guess killers. Highly recommended! Kate Burkholder is called in to investigate the disappearance of an Amish teenager.

The girl was enjoying Rumspringa, a period of freedom for teens where they can experience the modern world before being fully baptized into the Amish faith.

As Kate investigates the disappearance, she and Agent John Tomasetti discover similar cold cases going back several years.

Amish teens in the region who were a bit rebellious, wanting to leave the faith or misbehaving have been disappearing for years. When a Kate Burkholder is called in to investigate the disappearance of an Amish teenager.

When a teen Kate knows and loves disappears, the case hits closer to home and Kate knows she has to solve the case fast. Gone Missing is another great story in the Kate Burkholder series!

Fast paced and action packed, this story definitely kept my attention from start to finish! And multiple twists and turns kept me guessing right up to the end.

I enjoy this series. Each case involves the Amish, but it isn't just slight variations on one theme Kate is intelligent, driven and skilled at her job.

Born Amish, she has an insight into that culture that others just don't have. Tomasetti is her best friend and lover. There is a bit of a romance angle there, but it doesn't overpower the main plot.

It's just a bit of seasoning for character development. There are 10 books in the Kate Burkholder series with a new book, Shamed, coming out in July I started reading this series several years ago and lost track of it while waiting for book 4 to come out.

Glad I finally read this story! I'm reading my way through the whole series so that I can read the new book! Moving on to a short story, Long Lost Shelves: good-read.

Amish teenagers on going missing in Amish country outside of Cleveland, OH. Kate enters the investigation with both feet and head strong to find out who would want to abduct Amish teens and for what reason or purpose.

The missing so far Later on a person close to the chief turns up missing and the idea of personal conflict intrigues the investigation.

As the suspect list grows follow the chief as she starts to reminisce with feelings of growing up Amish, her teen years, and her faith to tackle this challenge.

Further, she must confront her status and feelings for John Tomasetti both personal and professional. A Good Read.

Quote: But if I've learned anything in my thirty-three years, it is that no matter how badly you want a redo, life never makes such allowances.

Descending into the tunnel is like being swallowed alive by a wet black mouth. And I wonder how long this precarious happiness will last.

View 2 comments. Dec 13, Donna rated it it was ok Shelves: criminal-mystery , goodreads-giveaway. I am fan of this series, but this latest entry was a disappointment to me on various levels.

First off, I hope that the book goes through another editing before the final edition goes to print, because there were so many dropped words and misspelled words or incorrect words used that I had to stop myself from grabbing a red pencil and correcting them.

Next, the writing was repetitive. I lost count of how many times John Tomasseti grimaced, or snarled out his words, or used the "F" word to show frustration.

Even Kate kept swearing and sighing endlessly. And at one point, Kate is observing an Amish man with a long beard down to his belly that overhangs his pants, telling her the man is married and well-fed by his wife.

And a few scenes later, she observes another Amish man, describing him in exactly the same way. How strange. As for the story itself, again, it was repetitive of other books in the series.

I thought that it was going to be different with Kate assisting John with an investigation outside her little town of Painters Mill. But it was the same murder and mayhem involving the Amish.

How much serious crime can such a community support? Way too much, it seems. And this time around, the crime spree was way over the top, stretching the story's credibility and in my opinion, showing the Amish in a poor light.

And please, oh please, do not have a sequel to this story as it seems there might be. Enough is enough. Time to take this series in a different direction.

I think that the author has created some very interesting characters in Kate and John and all the people who populate Painters Mill.

That is why I keep coming back and reading the next book. But she has backed herself into a corner, having a little town for Kate to police.

I would like to see some more personal stories involving the Amish and the Englishers in that town, ones that don't rely on serial crimes and mass destruction.

That would intrigue me and have me eager to read another book in this series. Aug 21, Brenda rated it it was amazing Shelves: release , borrowed-from-library , mystery , thriller.

Chief of Police Kate Burkholder received a call from Agent John Tomasetti with a request for her to join his colleagues to assist in a case that was puzzling them all — young teenagers were going missing, and it seemed their only connection to each other was that they were Amish.

Kate had been born Amish and had left the way of life as a teenager — she knew how their minds worked and could empathise with them, even while it frustrated her.

When the body of a young girl was found then another young girl went missing their determination to catch the monster who was preying on young Amish teenagers was great.

Discovering evidence of cold cases going back years, the tenuous link was definitely there, but the depth of the puzzle was ominous.

Once again Linda Castillo has not disappointed! Absolutely brilliant! That incredible twist at the end…. I found myself reading faster, holding my breath, not knowing what would happen.

The pace of Gone Missing is full-on, the emotion is deep. This is a deep and heart pounding thriller, one which I have no hesitation in recommending.

Mar 24, Anna rated it really liked it Shelves: contemporary-fiction , mystery , thriller. Police Chief Kate Burkholder has been contacted by the Bureau of Criminal Investigation to assist in a case involving a missing Amish teenager.

Kate is excited to be once again working with John Tomasetti, with whom Kate has a complicated relationship. When the teenager's dead body is found, and an Amish teenager goes missing in Kate's hometown of Painter's Mill Ohio, the case escalates.

It also opens up some cold cases of missing Amish teens, putting them on the hunt for a deranged kidnapper. As they follow the leads and track down the killer, Kate and John grow closer.

Kate will go to any extreme to rescue the missing teens and get justice for the others. Frought with tension, "Gone Missing" is a gripping page turner with a twist at the end.

This is book four of the series, looking forward to book five. Oct 21, Jean rated it liked it. She believed in providence, and it came as no surprise when she realized she would also die young.

Because the girls are in their teens and are all rebelling against Amish rules and traditions, it is unclear whether they have met with foul play. The pace of this book felt much different from the three previous Painters Mill novels.

For the first 17 chapters, the investigation plods along. Kate and John question parents, teens, and potential suspects. Kate returns home when a local teen goes missing, and suddenly, in chapter 18, the heart-pumping, nail-biting action begins.

I have mixed feelings about Gone Missing. For the most part, I enjoyed it, but I found parts of it very repetitive. The plot seems less complex, but no less evil or psychotic, than previous works.

I was not surprised at the revelations at the end, although I was somewhat disappointed at the finale. Yet I suppose the real world does not always hand us our packages tied up with pretty red bows.

Also, there are problems with what is realistic. Yes, Amish folks are human and flawed, like any other portion of the population.

Time and again, she fails to go by the book, puts herself in danger, gets injured; but of course, she saves the day and recovers nicely, thank you.

At least for now, she is not drinking vodka. There was not nearly enough Kate and John in this story. Just saying. I look forward to reading the fifth in the Kate Burkholder series because I do enjoy the writing, the characters, and the setting.

This one, however, did not quite measure up to the earlier ones. Apr 26, April rated it it was amazing Shelves: favorites , suspense-thriller , contemporary , mainstream.

In her latest novel, Linda Castillo again creates a world of thrilling suspense and intrigue flavored with a spicy side of sizzle that leaves readers hungry for more!

Her strong protagonist,Kate Burkholder, approaches her latest case with tenacity tempered with compassion. Her complicated and precarious balance as a small town police cheif, who happens to be formerly Amish,is challenged in new and uncertain directions as her relationship with the edgy state agent John Tomasetti begins to take on In her latest novel, Linda Castillo again creates a world of thrilling suspense and intrigue flavored with a spicy side of sizzle that leaves readers hungry for more!

Her complicated and precarious balance as a small town police cheif, who happens to be formerly Amish,is challenged in new and uncertain directions as her relationship with the edgy state agent John Tomasetti begins to take on a life of its own, threatening to tear down some very hard won barriers she's built around her soul.

Unwilling to let her tumultuous feelings for Tomasetti become a distraction, Kate never loses focus in her search for a missing Amish teen. As the investigation unfolds, several cold cases rise to the top, adding a fresh sense of urgency to all involved in the hunt.

Can they find the missing girl in time? Or will the innocent fall prey to the same evil as the others? I am in love with Kate and Tomasetti, as well as the well-rounded supporting cast of this Amish series.

Linda Castillo builds a world I eagerly visit and reluctantly leave with each book. View all 5 comments. Aug 30, Sean Peters rated it really liked it.

Another gripping, tension filled book by Linda Castillo, number four in the Kate Burkholder books. A missing child is a nightmare to all parents, and never more s Another gripping, tension filled book by Linda Castillo, number four in the Kate Burkholder books.

And chief of Police Kate Burkholder knows that in order to solve this case she will have to call upon everything she has to give not only as a cop, but as a woman whose own Amish roots run deep, and for the first time leaving her local town behind to work as part of a team with Tomasetti.

A tense filled, suspenseful read, with the relationship between Kate and Tomasetti growing and the same time the characters growing as well.

An action packed last few chapters as the plot builds to a shocking ending, with no glues at all throughout.

Mar 27, Jenni Boyd rated it liked it. This book got off to a great start, grabbing my attention with the first line in the prologue, 'Becca had always known her life would end in tragedy.

I could feel Becca's pain and sadness, and eagerly went through the chapters wanting to see justice served against those that had made her life a misery, but about halfway through the book, it began to drag, and became repetitive, to the point I was skimming through the pages, until it again began to build to a nail bitting end, but found the final This book got off to a great start, grabbing my attention with the first line in the prologue, 'Becca had always known her life would end in tragedy.

I could feel Becca's pain and sadness, and eagerly went through the chapters wanting to see justice served against those that had made her life a misery, but about halfway through the book, it began to drag, and became repetitive, to the point I was skimming through the pages, until it again began to build to a nail bitting end, but found the finale a disappointment, almost as if the last chapter was missing from the book.

The cases almost always involve member of the Amish community, and since Burkhalter was born into that community, she has an advantage in knowing how to approach these people.

There is quite a bit of duplication from the earlier books which makes it easier for those for whom this is the first book read.

But Castillo does an excellent job of building suspense as the plot unfolds and kept This is the fourth book in Linda Castillo's series with Kate BUrkholder as police chief for a small Ohio town.

But Castillo does an excellent job of building suspense as the plot unfolds and kept me guessing till near the end.

A good mystery. Aug 10, chrisa rated it really liked it. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.

To view it, click here. My looooong thoughts on "Gone Missing": I enjoyed the latest in this Amish mystery series I've read all the previous books as well.

I also really enjoyed the dialogue between Tomasetti and Kate. I do have a few quibbles though. Linda Castillo needs a better editor My looooong thoughts on "Gone Missing": I enjoyed the latest in this Amish mystery series I've read all the previous books as well.

Linda Castillo needs a better editor. There were a few grammatical errors that jumped out at me, but more importantly there were problems with repetitive ideas, sentences, and expressions of feelings.

She reiterates the same points multiple times particularly the thought that she's not sure if she's just a stand in woman for his wife.

I understand that characters do ruminate over the same ideas - it's what people do - but after a while I found it a bit unnecessary.

Likewise, there are many scenes where Katie thinks about how helpful she will be because she speaks Pennsylvania Dutch and used to be Amish.

Moving on. I'm not entirely sure that her reasoning Amish families will be more willing to talk to an essentially exiled member of their faith, than English men and women is realistic.

As far as they are concerned she has sinned in an extremely big way so why would they trust her more? Also, she makes a point to mention that Amish people are distrustful of Amish even from other communities which means that she could possibly be an impediment to getting the truth from them, yet she mostly ignores this and instead focuses on the fact that she used to be Amish and is therefore awesome.

I really do enjoy the series and the books but I do think that the author needs to think a bit more about realistically how people actually react to others, their motives etc.

Additionally, I have two more quibbles. On the book jacket the blurb reads: "Rumspringa is the time when Amish teens are allowed to experience life without rules.

It's an exciting time of personal discovery and growth before committing to the church. Page "Rumspringa is the time when young Amish people are allowed to experience life without the constraints of the Ordnung, while all the adults look the other way.

Most teens partake in some drinking and listening to music - small infractions that are generally harmless.

I wonder if this girl will be one of the 80 percent who eventually become baptized. It's an exciting time of personal discovery and growth before a young person commits to the church.

But something like eighty percent of them go on to be baptized and join the church. On a second note, I wish that Castillo had delved into the attitude of the Amish towards sexual abuse and rape a bit more.

She mentions in the first section one twisted view but she never expresses if that is indeed the collective opinion of the Amish as a whole or not.

She opened the door to have a potentially interesting discussion about the Amish and rape, abortion, etc.

My second quibble deals with Kate and her amazing abilities. She is sometimes on the verge of becoming a Mary Sue.

When Kate discovers the motives behind the murders she says this: "I found the connection," I say without preamble.

They were misbehaving. Acting out. It's not amazing to realize that someone who has a problem with Amish teenagers breaking the rules is targeting them.

I was pretty underwhelmed by this moment which should have been pivotal to the plot. Also, when is Kate going to learn that if she wants to live past 40 she needs to follow proper protocol and not go into dangerous situations where she is forced to grapple one on one with murderers?

Of course, at this part of the book amazing Kate shows up who gets scalded with burning water and doesn't feel a thing at all.

Indeed she does not even apparently get medical attention for what are described as pretty substantial second degree burns on her blistered arm, hand, neck etc.

A little more realism would go a long way in grounding Kate and making the reader fear for her safety.

When Kate went into the tunnel I was thinking, yeah she'll probably run into the Masts, say fuck a lot, and escape with a few bruises, maybe a conveniently placed gunshot.

Make her a bit more human and understandable and your readers will still want to know what happens to her.

Last I must admit that I was hoping that Sadie would leave the Amish community and come live with Kate as a sort of relative outside the Amish world.

Unrealistic perhaps but more fitting than the explanation that after being kidnapped and abused, Sadie would feel more at peace with the Amish lifestyle and be extremely willing to give up the one thing that had nourished her soul and fueled her passion for life.

I really enjoyed the book, and look forward to the next book in the series which will hopefully have better editing, a more realistic Kate, and some progression in the relationship between her and Tomasetti.

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