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Hideout: An Alice Vega Novel | Louisa Luna
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Alice Vega is sensational--I want to see lots more of her.--Lee Child A powerful new thriller from Louisa Luna. Alice Vega and Max Caplan return, uncovering a network of white supremacists in their search for a long-lost counter-culture hero. Alice Vega has made a career of finding the missing and vulnerable against a ticking clock, but she's never had a case like Zeb Williams, missing for over thirty years. It was 1984, and the big Cal-Stanford football game was tied with seconds left on the clock. Zeb Williams grabbed the ball and ran the wrong way, through the marching band, off the field and out of the stadium. He disappeared into legend, replete with Elvis-like sightings and a cult following. Zeb's cold trail leads Vega to southern Oregon, where she discovers an anxious community living under siege by a local hate group called the Liberty Boys. As Vega starts digging into the past, the mystery around Zeb's disappearance grows deeper, and the reach of the Liberty Boys grows more disturbing. Everyone has something to hide, and no one can cut to the truth like Alice Vega. But this time, her partner Max Caplan has his own problems at home, and the trouble Vega finds might be too much for her to handle. Louisa Luna understands suspense, tension, and character like only the best writers in crime fiction do--and she may well write the best interrogations in the genre. Hideout is pure adrenaline and Luna's most intimate thriller yet, a classic cold case wrapped in a timely confrontation with a terrifyingly real network of white supremacists and homegrown terrorists.
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Ang203l
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Ending my day the best way!

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Bette
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Bailedbailed

Granted, I started this way too late last night, but I hit this line and started to tilt my head, wondering…is he upside down? 🤣

I bailed because the direction of the characters made me pause to read some reviews. I learned a character I have previously liked wasn‘t much involved, along with some other things. Although I have really liked the Alice Vega books this one just isn‘t for me right now.

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Suelizbeth
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I had to reflect on this book for a day before writing this review. Although this is different from the first 2 Alice Vega novels, it still shows how tough and uncompromising she is. Due to complications with her relationship with Caplan, she goes it alone with devastating consequences. Written during the pandemic (no mentions), Alice travels a dark dangerous path, both personally and professionally. Judge this book for yourself. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

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Suelizbeth
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March 2022. New Alice Vega novel? OMFG, yes! 3rd in the series. You have time to read the first two. Go! Now! Read them!

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