MY REVIEW :
A great sequel to Gladstone; the action starts immediately. More of the story unfolds, and we learn more about Susan and her people. She is so innocent ofthe world, and yet is very able to take care of herself. Gladstone’s town people welcome Jack into their way of life, and love him like family. Jack finally goes back to pick up his great grandfather’s printing press in Denver. And like the title suggests, someone does go missing , a nice twist of just who that person is. John Miller is a good story-teller, and the unfolding of Missing in Denver proves this. I did think the beginning was a tad long. I would have liked what happens in Denver to start earlier in the story. That is my preference, and in no way distracts from the story telling.
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- John Miller (debblavoie.wordpress.com)