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by Christina Kovac
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Fangirl Moments and My Two Cents
Fangirl Moments and My Two Cents rated it 5 years ago
Knightly is a producer for a news network. She also has a troubled history with her family and basically a photographic memory. Those traits cause her to focus more on aspects that others might overlook. She sees a piece on a missing woman and can't let it go. Most everyone in her life seems to be t...
Silver's Reviews
Silver's Reviews rated it 6 years ago
Cameras, cameras, cameras....you never know when you may be on one or in a recorded news clip. Virginia Knightly was the only female news person in her office…an office that seemed to be falling apart. They needed a big story, and the new boss wasn't helping hold it together. Virginia got demoted,...
carolesrandomlife rated it 6 years ago
This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books.I liked this story well enough even if I didn't love it. I think that the newsroom setting was one of the strengths of this book and it did add a rather unique quality to the story. Unfortunately, I was never completely hooked by the sto...
JDCMustReadBooks rated it 6 years ago
By: Christina Kovac ISBN: 9781501141690 Publisher: Atria / 37 INK Publication Date: 3/21/2017 Format: Hardcover My Rating: 4 Stars Christina Kovac delivers an intriguing suspense; highly-entertaining action debut, THE CUTAWAY —a brilliant and tenacious TV news and producer uncovers a video and...
debbiekrenzer rated it 6 years ago
This was a pretty good book. But, this book does not compare to Paula Hawkins and Gillian Flynn. No way, no how. This was a mystery, a good one. However, it was not a thriller which is what was advertised and what I was expecting. As I said, it was a good book, but with that blurb, I was highly disa...
Mirkat Always Reading
Mirkat Always Reading rated it 6 years ago
  I received an ARC of this book from Netgalley.  This has not prevented me from writing an honest review. A young, first-year law associate, Evelyn Carney, disappears after dinner with her husband in Georgetown.  When Washington, DC TV news producer Virginia Knightly sees the missing-person report...
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