Featured: One Day Gone by Luana Ehrlich
In his journey of faith, he falls in love, he investigates a murder, he searches for a missing person, and he rubs shoulders with some of the most powerful people in Washington.
Mylas Grey is a private investigator but don’t call him a private detective.
That title belongs to his father—not to him.
Mylas is the Chief Investigator for Senator Davis Allen, the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee. His job is to do background investigations for the President’s judicial nominees, and that’s the only kind of investigation he’s interested in doing.
But then Lizzie, the Senator’s daughter, goes missing from her campus apartment.
And suddenly, just like that, Mylas finds himself back in his hometown of Columbia, Missouri, investigating her disappearance as if he were a run-of-the-mill private detective.
Nothing about the investigation is easy.
Discovering a motive isn’t easy . . .
Lizzie has a reputation for doing the unexpected, and she could have just left town for a few days without telling anyone. On the other hand, she could have done something stupid and gotten herself into serious trouble.
Staying focused on the investigation isn’t easy . . .
When Mylas meets a beautiful photographer at his brother’s church, and she offers to help him find Lizzie, he finds himself getting a little distracted from the investigation—well, maybe more than a little distracted.
Revisiting his past isn’t easy . . .
As Mylas is forced to spend time in his hometown, he begins to question his career choice, his rejection of Christianity, and his failed personal relationships.
Solving the mystery of Lizzie’s disappearance isn’t easy . . .
It gets even more complicated when Mylas learns Lizzie was researching an article for her campus newspaper about a judge with a secret past. Is the judge connected to Lizzie’s disappearance? Did Lizzie’s boyfriend play a role? What about Lizzie’s roommate?
So many suspects. So little time.
Meet Luana Ehrlich:
Luana Ehrlich is the author of the award-winning Titus Ray Thriller Series, featuring CIA intelligence officer Titus Ray, and the Mylas Grey Mystery Series, featuring private investigator, Mylas Grey. Her novels are clean reads with intriguing plots, fascinating characters, jaw-dropping twists, and occasional touches of heart-warming romance.
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Luana developed her passion for spy thrillers and mystery novels at an early age, but she didn’t begin writing her series of Titus Ray Thrillers until her husband retired from the ministry.
Now, she writes from an undisclosed location, trying to avoid the torture of mundane housework, grocery shopping, and golf stories. However, she occasionally comes out of hiding to visit with her two grandsons or to enjoy a Starbucks caramel macchiato.
Besides being an award-winning author, Luana is a freelance writer, minister’s wife, and former missionary. She and her husband are long-time residents of Norman, Oklahoma. She’s also lived in Indiana, Illinois, New Mexico, Texas, and Michigan, and for several years, she and her husband were missionaries in Costa Rica and Venezuela.
In addition to being an avid reader, Luana is also a news fanatic, following events around the world on a daily basis, particularly the Middle East. She loves to hear from her readers! Contact her through email, Author@LuanaEhrlich.com.
To learn more about Luana, visit her websites: www.LuanaEhrlich.com, www.TitusRayThrillers.com, and MylasGreyMysteries.com.
Review by Patricia Bradley:
I’ve long admired Luana Ehrlich’s books with Titus Ray and set in the Middle East, and the first book in her new series featuring Mylas Grey is a great addition. Mylas is a character that stays with you long after you finish the book. And I love the cover!
I liked Mylas right off the bat. Even though he worked for a senator, he was his own man. I liked that sometimes he asked forgiveness rather than permission. Mylas has a strict code of honor and he doesn’t like to fail.
When the book opens, he isn’t anti-Christian and he doesn’t have a beef with God. He simply ignored Him. I don’t have to tell you how that’s going to turn out.
One Day Gone is a classic mystery with a missing person. Ehrlich lays out the clues and if you’re paying attention, you can solve the crime right along with Mylas.
To me, what makes this book special is the conversational tone, and how the reader is drawn into the story. It’s like I became a part of the story. The romance doesn’t interfere with the mystery and happens naturally.
If you like mysteries and a little romance with your mystery, I think you’ll love ONE DAY GONE.
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