Missing

    Lucy Kincaid Novellas Book 14.5, 16.5 & 17.5

    by Allison Brennan

    St. Martin's Paperbacks

    January 25, 2022

    Available in: Paperback

    Missing
    by Allison Brennan

    FBI Agent Lucy Kincaid is back in three novellas. For the first time in print, Storm Warning, No Way Out, and A Deeper Fear each find Lucy running out of time . . . New York Times bestselling author Allison Brennan will have you on the edge of your seat.

    Storm Warning, A Lucy Kincaid Novella #14.5
    (originaly published April 2019 in eBook)

    FBI Agent Lucy Kincaid and her colleague Nate are racing a severe storm, but the weather is the least of their worries when two prisoners escape and take a child hostage along the way. Lucy and Nate must try to rescue the boy and survive the storm, without letting these violent criminals get away.

    No Way Out, A Lucy Kincaid Novella #16.5
    (originaly published June 2020 in eBook by Minotaur Books)

    Lucy’s husband, Sean Rogan, and his brother, Kane, go missing on the eve of a family wedding, and she’s forced to put aside her fear and work the case. Someone is looking for a missing girl — they think Lucy’s future sister-in-law knows where she is — and will do anything or kill anyone to learn the truth.

    A Deeper Fear, A Lucy Kincaid Novella #17.5
    (originaly published January 2021 in eBook by Minotaur Books)

    Lucy and Sean head to Sacramento for a conference. But the upcoming drone demonstration—and the fact that Sean didn’t come home last night—is the least of the couple’s worries when the drone’s operator is found, barely clinging to life.



    Allison Brennan's Bio

    New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Allison Brennan believes life is too short to be bored, so she had five children and writes three books a year. Reviewers have called her "a master of suspense" and RT Book Reviews said her books are "mesmerizing" and "complex." She's been nominated for multiple awards, including the Thriller, RWA's Best Romantic Suspense (five times), and twice won the Daphne du Maurier award. She lives in Arizona with her family and assorted pets.