The Other Lady Vanishes (Burning Cove #2)

The Other Lady Vanishes (Burning Cove #2)

The New York Times bestselling author of The Girl Who Knew Too Much sweeps readers back to 1930s California--where the most dazzling of illusions can't hide the darkest secrets... After escaping from a private sanitarium, Adelaide Blake arrives in Burning Cove, California, desperate to start over. Working at an herbal tea shop puts her on the radar of those who frequent the The New York Times bestselling author of The Girl Who Knew Too Much sweeps readers back to 1930s California--where...

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Title:The Other Lady Vanishes (Burning Cove #2)
Author:Amanda Quick
Rating:
Genres:Romance
ISBN:039958532X
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:340 pages pages

The Other Lady Vanishes (Burning Cove #2) Reviews

  • Sharon
    Mar 20, 2018

    I first thought that I would start off this review stating that reading Amanda Quick is a guilty pleasure of mine. Then, I thought that I'm not at all guilty about it, vice versa to be honest. However, Quick's books are definitely a pleasure to read. THE OTHER LADY VANISHES is the s...

    Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup. (posting to blog 5/8/18) Amazon: http://amzn.to/2EcOK06 It's Amanda Quick. You know it's gonna be fantastic. And it was. It really was. The Gist: Some seriously shady shit is going down and Adelaide seems to be at the middle of ...

    The whole escape from the insane asylum thing was interesting but I found the romance a bit underwhelming which is a bad sign when it comes to Amanda's books, her characters usually manage to grip me from the very start. On the other hand, Raina and Luther make a big appearance and ...

    I've not read anything by this author before and wasn't aware that it's part of a series. It was done quite well as a stand-alone. It was like watching a black and white noir film, Ms. Quick did an excellent job with the dialog and setting for the pre-war era. I look forward to reading...

    The story begins as Adelaide Blake escapes a private sanitarium. Her time there was dark and Quick shared a chilling story while shedding light on experimentaldrugs and the practice of sending unwanted family members off to mental hospitals. Both threads were chillingand led to mur...

    Reviewed for Wit and Sin Return to the dazzling world of Burning Cove, a place of fantasy and glamour?and also secrets and death. I fell in love with the world of Burning Cove in The Girl Who Knew Too Much and my enchantment with the town only deepened in The Other Lady Vanishe...

    I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. An escape from an insane asylum, Hollywood starlets, a psychic predicting her own death and a mysterious handsome stranger...

    3.5 stars It opens with murder and a daring escape. A promising start. Adelaide has a lot on her plate - reinvention, hiding, building a new life and taking control. Jake Truett was supposed to be mysterious but came off as bland. The murder methods were interesting and varied. ...

    The Other Lady Vanishes is a rather enjoyable historical mystery set in 1930s California and the world of Hollywood's rich and famous. This book is the second book in Burning Cove series, which I didn't know when I started reading it, but it can be read as a stand-alone. I didn't feel ...

    Amanda Quick's second foray into the world of the 1930s is even better than the first. I was caught up the mystery from the beginning, and even when I thought all was told there was yet a little more to getting the whole story. There were twists and turns, and each time I thought "what...

    Originally posted on lampshadereader.com Thanks to Penguin First-to-Read program for a copy of this book. Back in Burning Cove and it seems as dangerous as ever. The Other Lady Vanishes is another riveting mystery set in the 1930s. This time focusing on the seemingly doomed cha...

    The Other Lady Vanishes by Amanda Quick created a "book hangover" for me. So as soon as I finished it, I immediately went to the first page and read it again. I've been reading Ms. Krentz's books for over 30 years under all of her names and am rarely disappointed. This book was no exce...

    See the full review at HarlequinJunkie.com What a fun ride it was reading The Other Lady Vanishes! Stylish and exciting, Amanda Quick definitely delivered with this second book in her 1930s era Burning Cove series. ?They were partners, at least for a while, bound together by a...

    Love, love, love these books. How Jayne Ann Krentz transforms herself into Amanda Quick has always been a mystery to me. ...

    4 stars. Quite an interesting plot with AQ's typical male and female leads. Didn't have as much of the glitz and glamour of the golden age of Hollywood as I would've liked, but the "technology" of the day such as payphone booths, long distance operators and open-top automobiles prov...

    It seems the author woke up in the last 5% of the book and tried to pack in the mystery and drama that were missing in the first 95%. ...

    The Other Lady Vanishes by Amanda Quick is the 2nd book in her Burning Cove series. This story takes place during the 1930?s in the small town of Burning Cove, California. Some of the characters we met in the first book have secondary roles, as we return to Burning Cove. We meet ...

    Sweet and a bit suspenseful, The Other Lady Vanishes is a fun read with a murder mystery twist. This is a page turner for me as I tried to figure out what was going on. I wanted to figure out Adelaide's story as well as who committed the murder. As the secrets are slowly revealed, I'm ...

    Reading Adelaide and Jake's story reminded me that Amanda Quick/Jayne Anne Krentz/Jayne Castle always manages to include story lines that highlight power imbalances and injustices in society based on gender, social class, and sexual orientation. Set in the era of the Hollywood stud...

    I would have liked a little more romance in the romance vs plot ratio, but I found this pretty enjoyable. And the cover is absolutely striking. **Read for the Happily Ever After square in Ripped Bodice Bingo (and because the library coughed up my hold at the right time)** ...

    Thank you Berkley Publishing for this ARC. This is a fun, quick read. A good mix of suspense, romance and a wonderful historical setting. This is book two in a series, but can easily be read as a stand alone. Adelaide is a tearoom waitress with a very big secret. She meets Jake who has...

    This is the second book in this series that I have read and I enjoyed this as much as the first. This book focuses on a young woman that escapes from an insane asylum where she was held against her will. The book has many twists and turns and an ending that does not disappoint. An exce...

    *The 3rd star is a "benefit of the doubt" star.* I won a copy of this book in a Goodreads giveaway. I have to start out by saying that I am not the type of person who should be reading uncorrected proofs (which is what my copy is). I discovered how much misspellings, missing word...

    Gothic atmosphere melds with a 1930s California setting in Quick's latest delightfully entertaining novel. Adelaide Blake has escaped an insane asylum and hidden herself in a little coastal town where she is attempting to live quietly- but the murder of a fake psychic, the attention ...

  • Magdalena aka A Bookaholic Swede
    Jan 25, 2018

    I first thought that I would start off this review stating that reading Amanda Quick is a guilty pleasure of mine. Then, I thought that I'm not at all guilty about it, vice versa to be honest. However, Quick's books are definitely a pleasure to read. THE OTHER LADY VANISHES is the s...

  • Sheryl
    Apr 29, 2018

    I first thought that I would start off this review stating that reading Amanda Quick is a guilty pleasure of mine. Then, I thought that I'm not at all guilty about it, vice versa to be honest. However, Quick's books are definitely a pleasure to read. THE OTHER LADY VANISHES is the s...

    Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup. (posting to blog 5/8/18) Amazon: http://amzn.to/2EcOK06 It's Amanda Quick. You know it's gonna be fantastic. And it was. It really was. The Gist: Some seriously shady shit is going down and Adelaide seems to be at the middle of ...

    The whole escape from the insane asylum thing was interesting but I found the romance a bit underwhelming which is a bad sign when it comes to Amanda's books, her characters usually manage to grip me from the very start. On the other hand, Raina and Luther make a big appearance and ...

    I've not read anything by this author before and wasn't aware that it's part of a series. It was done quite well as a stand-alone. It was like watching a black and white noir film, Ms. Quick did an excellent job with the dialog and setting for the pre-war era. I look forward to reading...

  • ♆ BookAddict  ✒ La Crimson Femme
    May 04, 2018

    I first thought that I would start off this review stating that reading Amanda Quick is a guilty pleasure of mine. Then, I thought that I'm not at all guilty about it, vice versa to be honest. However, Quick's books are definitely a pleasure to read. THE OTHER LADY VANISHES is the s...

    Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup. (posting to blog 5/8/18) Amazon: http://amzn.to/2EcOK06 It's Amanda Quick. You know it's gonna be fantastic. And it was. It really was. The Gist: Some seriously shady shit is going down and Adelaide seems to be at the middle of ...

    The whole escape from the insane asylum thing was interesting but I found the romance a bit underwhelming which is a bad sign when it comes to Amanda's books, her characters usually manage to grip me from the very start. On the other hand, Raina and Luther make a big appearance and ...

    I've not read anything by this author before and wasn't aware that it's part of a series. It was done quite well as a stand-alone. It was like watching a black and white noir film, Ms. Quick did an excellent job with the dialog and setting for the pre-war era. I look forward to reading...

    The story begins as Adelaide Blake escapes a private sanitarium. Her time there was dark and Quick shared a chilling story while shedding light on experimentaldrugs and the practice of sending unwanted family members off to mental hospitals. Both threads were chillingand led to mur...

    Reviewed for Wit and Sin Return to the dazzling world of Burning Cove, a place of fantasy and glamour?and also secrets and death. I fell in love with the world of Burning Cove in The Girl Who Knew Too Much and my enchantment with the town only deepened in The Other Lady Vanishe...

    I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. An escape from an insane asylum, Hollywood starlets, a psychic predicting her own death and a mysterious handsome stranger...

    3.5 stars It opens with murder and a daring escape. A promising start. Adelaide has a lot on her plate - reinvention, hiding, building a new life and taking control. Jake Truett was supposed to be mysterious but came off as bland. The murder methods were interesting and varied. ...

    The Other Lady Vanishes is a rather enjoyable historical mystery set in 1930s California and the world of Hollywood's rich and famous. This book is the second book in Burning Cove series, which I didn't know when I started reading it, but it can be read as a stand-alone. I didn't feel ...

    Amanda Quick's second foray into the world of the 1930s is even better than the first. I was caught up the mystery from the beginning, and even when I thought all was told there was yet a little more to getting the whole story. There were twists and turns, and each time I thought "what...

    Originally posted on lampshadereader.com Thanks to Penguin First-to-Read program for a copy of this book. Back in Burning Cove and it seems as dangerous as ever. The Other Lady Vanishes is another riveting mystery set in the 1930s. This time focusing on the seemingly doomed cha...

    The Other Lady Vanishes by Amanda Quick created a "book hangover" for me. So as soon as I finished it, I immediately went to the first page and read it again. I've been reading Ms. Krentz's books for over 30 years under all of her names and am rarely disappointed. This book was no exce...

    See the full review at HarlequinJunkie.com What a fun ride it was reading The Other Lady Vanishes! Stylish and exciting, Amanda Quick definitely delivered with this second book in her 1930s era Burning Cove series. ?They were partners, at least for a while, bound together by a...

    Love, love, love these books. How Jayne Ann Krentz transforms herself into Amanda Quick has always been a mystery to me. ...

    4 stars. Quite an interesting plot with AQ's typical male and female leads. Didn't have as much of the glitz and glamour of the golden age of Hollywood as I would've liked, but the "technology" of the day such as payphone booths, long distance operators and open-top automobiles prov...

    It seems the author woke up in the last 5% of the book and tried to pack in the mystery and drama that were missing in the first 95%. ...

    The Other Lady Vanishes by Amanda Quick is the 2nd book in her Burning Cove series. This story takes place during the 1930?s in the small town of Burning Cove, California. Some of the characters we met in the first book have secondary roles, as we return to Burning Cove. We meet ...

    Sweet and a bit suspenseful, The Other Lady Vanishes is a fun read with a murder mystery twist. This is a page turner for me as I tried to figure out what was going on. I wanted to figure out Adelaide's story as well as who committed the murder. As the secrets are slowly revealed, I'm ...

  • Kimberly
    May 06, 2018

    I first thought that I would start off this review stating that reading Amanda Quick is a guilty pleasure of mine. Then, I thought that I'm not at all guilty about it, vice versa to be honest. However, Quick's books are definitely a pleasure to read. THE OTHER LADY VANISHES is the s...

    Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup. (posting to blog 5/8/18) Amazon: http://amzn.to/2EcOK06 It's Amanda Quick. You know it's gonna be fantastic. And it was. It really was. The Gist: Some seriously shady shit is going down and Adelaide seems to be at the middle of ...

    The whole escape from the insane asylum thing was interesting but I found the romance a bit underwhelming which is a bad sign when it comes to Amanda's books, her characters usually manage to grip me from the very start. On the other hand, Raina and Luther make a big appearance and ...

    I've not read anything by this author before and wasn't aware that it's part of a series. It was done quite well as a stand-alone. It was like watching a black and white noir film, Ms. Quick did an excellent job with the dialog and setting for the pre-war era. I look forward to reading...

    The story begins as Adelaide Blake escapes a private sanitarium. Her time there was dark and Quick shared a chilling story while shedding light on experimentaldrugs and the practice of sending unwanted family members off to mental hospitals. Both threads were chillingand led to mur...

    Reviewed for Wit and Sin Return to the dazzling world of Burning Cove, a place of fantasy and glamour?and also secrets and death. I fell in love with the world of Burning Cove in The Girl Who Knew Too Much and my enchantment with the town only deepened in The Other Lady Vanishe...

  • Janie
    Jan 19, 2018

    I first thought that I would start off this review stating that reading Amanda Quick is a guilty pleasure of mine. Then, I thought that I'm not at all guilty about it, vice versa to be honest. However, Quick's books are definitely a pleasure to read. THE OTHER LADY VANISHES is the s...

    Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup. (posting to blog 5/8/18) Amazon: http://amzn.to/2EcOK06 It's Amanda Quick. You know it's gonna be fantastic. And it was. It really was. The Gist: Some seriously shady shit is going down and Adelaide seems to be at the middle of ...

    The whole escape from the insane asylum thing was interesting but I found the romance a bit underwhelming which is a bad sign when it comes to Amanda's books, her characters usually manage to grip me from the very start. On the other hand, Raina and Luther make a big appearance and ...

    I've not read anything by this author before and wasn't aware that it's part of a series. It was done quite well as a stand-alone. It was like watching a black and white noir film, Ms. Quick did an excellent job with the dialog and setting for the pre-war era. I look forward to reading...

    The story begins as Adelaide Blake escapes a private sanitarium. Her time there was dark and Quick shared a chilling story while shedding light on experimentaldrugs and the practice of sending unwanted family members off to mental hospitals. Both threads were chillingand led to mur...

    Reviewed for Wit and Sin Return to the dazzling world of Burning Cove, a place of fantasy and glamour?and also secrets and death. I fell in love with the world of Burning Cove in The Girl Who Knew Too Much and my enchantment with the town only deepened in The Other Lady Vanishe...

    I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. An escape from an insane asylum, Hollywood starlets, a psychic predicting her own death and a mysterious handsome stranger...

    3.5 stars It opens with murder and a daring escape. A promising start. Adelaide has a lot on her plate - reinvention, hiding, building a new life and taking control. Jake Truett was supposed to be mysterious but came off as bland. The murder methods were interesting and varied. ...

    The Other Lady Vanishes is a rather enjoyable historical mystery set in 1930s California and the world of Hollywood's rich and famous. This book is the second book in Burning Cove series, which I didn't know when I started reading it, but it can be read as a stand-alone. I didn't feel ...

    Amanda Quick's second foray into the world of the 1930s is even better than the first. I was caught up the mystery from the beginning, and even when I thought all was told there was yet a little more to getting the whole story. There were twists and turns, and each time I thought "what...

    Originally posted on lampshadereader.com Thanks to Penguin First-to-Read program for a copy of this book. Back in Burning Cove and it seems as dangerous as ever. The Other Lady Vanishes is another riveting mystery set in the 1930s. This time focusing on the seemingly doomed cha...

    The Other Lady Vanishes by Amanda Quick created a "book hangover" for me. So as soon as I finished it, I immediately went to the first page and read it again. I've been reading Ms. Krentz's books for over 30 years under all of her names and am rarely disappointed. This book was no exce...

    See the full review at HarlequinJunkie.com What a fun ride it was reading The Other Lady Vanishes! Stylish and exciting, Amanda Quick definitely delivered with this second book in her 1930s era Burning Cove series. ?They were partners, at least for a while, bound together by a...

    Love, love, love these books. How Jayne Ann Krentz transforms herself into Amanda Quick has always been a mystery to me. ...

    4 stars. Quite an interesting plot with AQ's typical male and female leads. Didn't have as much of the glitz and glamour of the golden age of Hollywood as I would've liked, but the "technology" of the day such as payphone booths, long distance operators and open-top automobiles prov...

    It seems the author woke up in the last 5% of the book and tried to pack in the mystery and drama that were missing in the first 95%. ...

    The Other Lady Vanishes by Amanda Quick is the 2nd book in her Burning Cove series. This story takes place during the 1930?s in the small town of Burning Cove, California. Some of the characters we met in the first book have secondary roles, as we return to Burning Cove. We meet ...

    Sweet and a bit suspenseful, The Other Lady Vanishes is a fun read with a murder mystery twist. This is a page turner for me as I tried to figure out what was going on. I wanted to figure out Adelaide's story as well as who committed the murder. As the secrets are slowly revealed, I'm ...

    Reading Adelaide and Jake's story reminded me that Amanda Quick/Jayne Anne Krentz/Jayne Castle always manages to include story lines that highlight power imbalances and injustices in society based on gender, social class, and sexual orientation. Set in the era of the Hollywood stud...

    I would have liked a little more romance in the romance vs plot ratio, but I found this pretty enjoyable. And the cover is absolutely striking. **Read for the Happily Ever After square in Ripped Bodice Bingo (and because the library coughed up my hold at the right time)** ...

    Thank you Berkley Publishing for this ARC. This is a fun, quick read. A good mix of suspense, romance and a wonderful historical setting. This is book two in a series, but can easily be read as a stand alone. Adelaide is a tearoom waitress with a very big secret. She meets Jake who has...

    This is the second book in this series that I have read and I enjoyed this as much as the first. This book focuses on a young woman that escapes from an insane asylum where she was held against her will. The book has many twists and turns and an ending that does not disappoint. An exce...

    *The 3rd star is a "benefit of the doubt" star.* I won a copy of this book in a Goodreads giveaway. I have to start out by saying that I am not the type of person who should be reading uncorrected proofs (which is what my copy is). I discovered how much misspellings, missing word...

    Gothic atmosphere melds with a 1930s California setting in Quick's latest delightfully entertaining novel. Adelaide Blake has escaped an insane asylum and hidden herself in a little coastal town where she is attempting to live quietly- but the murder of a fake psychic, the attention ...

    One of the things I most enjoy about Amanda Quick's novels is the formulaic predictability: When I select to spend a Friday evening with one of these books, I know what I'm getting and know I will enjoy it thoroughly. The first book in this new Burning Cove series (The Girl Who Kne...

  • Milena
    Apr 11, 2018

    I first thought that I would start off this review stating that reading Amanda Quick is a guilty pleasure of mine. Then, I thought that I'm not at all guilty about it, vice versa to be honest. However, Quick's books are definitely a pleasure to read. THE OTHER LADY VANISHES is the s...

    Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup. (posting to blog 5/8/18) Amazon: http://amzn.to/2EcOK06 It's Amanda Quick. You know it's gonna be fantastic. And it was. It really was. The Gist: Some seriously shady shit is going down and Adelaide seems to be at the middle of ...

    The whole escape from the insane asylum thing was interesting but I found the romance a bit underwhelming which is a bad sign when it comes to Amanda's books, her characters usually manage to grip me from the very start. On the other hand, Raina and Luther make a big appearance and ...

    I've not read anything by this author before and wasn't aware that it's part of a series. It was done quite well as a stand-alone. It was like watching a black and white noir film, Ms. Quick did an excellent job with the dialog and setting for the pre-war era. I look forward to reading...

    The story begins as Adelaide Blake escapes a private sanitarium. Her time there was dark and Quick shared a chilling story while shedding light on experimentaldrugs and the practice of sending unwanted family members off to mental hospitals. Both threads were chillingand led to mur...

    Reviewed for Wit and Sin Return to the dazzling world of Burning Cove, a place of fantasy and glamour?and also secrets and death. I fell in love with the world of Burning Cove in The Girl Who Knew Too Much and my enchantment with the town only deepened in The Other Lady Vanishe...

    I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. An escape from an insane asylum, Hollywood starlets, a psychic predicting her own death and a mysterious handsome stranger...

    3.5 stars It opens with murder and a daring escape. A promising start. Adelaide has a lot on her plate - reinvention, hiding, building a new life and taking control. Jake Truett was supposed to be mysterious but came off as bland. The murder methods were interesting and varied. ...

    The Other Lady Vanishes is a rather enjoyable historical mystery set in 1930s California and the world of Hollywood's rich and famous. This book is the second book in Burning Cove series, which I didn't know when I started reading it, but it can be read as a stand-alone. I didn't feel ...

  • Ceki
    Dec 02, 2017

    I first thought that I would start off this review stating that reading Amanda Quick is a guilty pleasure of mine. Then, I thought that I'm not at all guilty about it, vice versa to be honest. However, Quick's books are definitely a pleasure to read. THE OTHER LADY VANISHES is the s...

    Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup. (posting to blog 5/8/18) Amazon: http://amzn.to/2EcOK06 It's Amanda Quick. You know it's gonna be fantastic. And it was. It really was. The Gist: Some seriously shady shit is going down and Adelaide seems to be at the middle of ...

    The whole escape from the insane asylum thing was interesting but I found the romance a bit underwhelming which is a bad sign when it comes to Amanda's books, her characters usually manage to grip me from the very start. On the other hand, Raina and Luther make a big appearance and ...

  • Michele
    May 09, 2018

    I first thought that I would start off this review stating that reading Amanda Quick is a guilty pleasure of mine. Then, I thought that I'm not at all guilty about it, vice versa to be honest. However, Quick's books are definitely a pleasure to read. THE OTHER LADY VANISHES is the s...

    Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup. (posting to blog 5/8/18) Amazon: http://amzn.to/2EcOK06 It's Amanda Quick. You know it's gonna be fantastic. And it was. It really was. The Gist: Some seriously shady shit is going down and Adelaide seems to be at the middle of ...

    The whole escape from the insane asylum thing was interesting but I found the romance a bit underwhelming which is a bad sign when it comes to Amanda's books, her characters usually manage to grip me from the very start. On the other hand, Raina and Luther make a big appearance and ...

    I've not read anything by this author before and wasn't aware that it's part of a series. It was done quite well as a stand-alone. It was like watching a black and white noir film, Ms. Quick did an excellent job with the dialog and setting for the pre-war era. I look forward to reading...

    The story begins as Adelaide Blake escapes a private sanitarium. Her time there was dark and Quick shared a chilling story while shedding light on experimentaldrugs and the practice of sending unwanted family members off to mental hospitals. Both threads were chillingand led to mur...

    Reviewed for Wit and Sin Return to the dazzling world of Burning Cove, a place of fantasy and glamour?and also secrets and death. I fell in love with the world of Burning Cove in The Girl Who Knew Too Much and my enchantment with the town only deepened in The Other Lady Vanishe...

    I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. An escape from an insane asylum, Hollywood starlets, a psychic predicting her own death and a mysterious handsome stranger...

    3.5 stars It opens with murder and a daring escape. A promising start. Adelaide has a lot on her plate - reinvention, hiding, building a new life and taking control. Jake Truett was supposed to be mysterious but came off as bland. The murder methods were interesting and varied. ...

    The Other Lady Vanishes is a rather enjoyable historical mystery set in 1930s California and the world of Hollywood's rich and famous. This book is the second book in Burning Cove series, which I didn't know when I started reading it, but it can be read as a stand-alone. I didn't feel ...

    Amanda Quick's second foray into the world of the 1930s is even better than the first. I was caught up the mystery from the beginning, and even when I thought all was told there was yet a little more to getting the whole story. There were twists and turns, and each time I thought "what...

    Originally posted on lampshadereader.com Thanks to Penguin First-to-Read program for a copy of this book. Back in Burning Cove and it seems as dangerous as ever. The Other Lady Vanishes is another riveting mystery set in the 1930s. This time focusing on the seemingly doomed cha...

    The Other Lady Vanishes by Amanda Quick created a "book hangover" for me. So as soon as I finished it, I immediately went to the first page and read it again. I've been reading Ms. Krentz's books for over 30 years under all of her names and am rarely disappointed. This book was no exce...

    See the full review at HarlequinJunkie.com What a fun ride it was reading The Other Lady Vanishes! Stylish and exciting, Amanda Quick definitely delivered with this second book in her 1930s era Burning Cove series. ?They were partners, at least for a while, bound together by a...

  • Deanna from Deanna's World
    May 18, 2018

    I first thought that I would start off this review stating that reading Amanda Quick is a guilty pleasure of mine. Then, I thought that I'm not at all guilty about it, vice versa to be honest. However, Quick's books are definitely a pleasure to read. THE OTHER LADY VANISHES is the s...

    Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup. (posting to blog 5/8/18) Amazon: http://amzn.to/2EcOK06 It's Amanda Quick. You know it's gonna be fantastic. And it was. It really was. The Gist: Some seriously shady shit is going down and Adelaide seems to be at the middle of ...

    The whole escape from the insane asylum thing was interesting but I found the romance a bit underwhelming which is a bad sign when it comes to Amanda's books, her characters usually manage to grip me from the very start. On the other hand, Raina and Luther make a big appearance and ...

    I've not read anything by this author before and wasn't aware that it's part of a series. It was done quite well as a stand-alone. It was like watching a black and white noir film, Ms. Quick did an excellent job with the dialog and setting for the pre-war era. I look forward to reading...

    The story begins as Adelaide Blake escapes a private sanitarium. Her time there was dark and Quick shared a chilling story while shedding light on experimentaldrugs and the practice of sending unwanted family members off to mental hospitals. Both threads were chillingand led to mur...

    Reviewed for Wit and Sin Return to the dazzling world of Burning Cove, a place of fantasy and glamour?and also secrets and death. I fell in love with the world of Burning Cove in The Girl Who Knew Too Much and my enchantment with the town only deepened in The Other Lady Vanishe...

    I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. An escape from an insane asylum, Hollywood starlets, a psychic predicting her own death and a mysterious handsome stranger...

    3.5 stars It opens with murder and a daring escape. A promising start. Adelaide has a lot on her plate - reinvention, hiding, building a new life and taking control. Jake Truett was supposed to be mysterious but came off as bland. The murder methods were interesting and varied. ...

    The Other Lady Vanishes is a rather enjoyable historical mystery set in 1930s California and the world of Hollywood's rich and famous. This book is the second book in Burning Cove series, which I didn't know when I started reading it, but it can be read as a stand-alone. I didn't feel ...

    Amanda Quick's second foray into the world of the 1930s is even better than the first. I was caught up the mystery from the beginning, and even when I thought all was told there was yet a little more to getting the whole story. There were twists and turns, and each time I thought "what...

    Originally posted on lampshadereader.com Thanks to Penguin First-to-Read program for a copy of this book. Back in Burning Cove and it seems as dangerous as ever. The Other Lady Vanishes is another riveting mystery set in the 1930s. This time focusing on the seemingly doomed cha...

    The Other Lady Vanishes by Amanda Quick created a "book hangover" for me. So as soon as I finished it, I immediately went to the first page and read it again. I've been reading Ms. Krentz's books for over 30 years under all of her names and am rarely disappointed. This book was no exce...

    See the full review at HarlequinJunkie.com What a fun ride it was reading The Other Lady Vanishes! Stylish and exciting, Amanda Quick definitely delivered with this second book in her 1930s era Burning Cove series. ?They were partners, at least for a while, bound together by a...

    Love, love, love these books. How Jayne Ann Krentz transforms herself into Amanda Quick has always been a mystery to me. ...

    4 stars. Quite an interesting plot with AQ's typical male and female leads. Didn't have as much of the glitz and glamour of the golden age of Hollywood as I would've liked, but the "technology" of the day such as payphone booths, long distance operators and open-top automobiles prov...

    It seems the author woke up in the last 5% of the book and tried to pack in the mystery and drama that were missing in the first 95%. ...

    The Other Lady Vanishes by Amanda Quick is the 2nd book in her Burning Cove series. This story takes place during the 1930?s in the small town of Burning Cove, California. Some of the characters we met in the first book have secondary roles, as we return to Burning Cove. We meet ...

    Sweet and a bit suspenseful, The Other Lady Vanishes is a fun read with a murder mystery twist. This is a page turner for me as I tried to figure out what was going on. I wanted to figure out Adelaide's story as well as who committed the murder. As the secrets are slowly revealed, I'm ...

    Reading Adelaide and Jake's story reminded me that Amanda Quick/Jayne Anne Krentz/Jayne Castle always manages to include story lines that highlight power imbalances and injustices in society based on gender, social class, and sexual orientation. Set in the era of the Hollywood stud...

    I would have liked a little more romance in the romance vs plot ratio, but I found this pretty enjoyable. And the cover is absolutely striking. **Read for the Happily Ever After square in Ripped Bodice Bingo (and because the library coughed up my hold at the right time)** ...

    Thank you Berkley Publishing for this ARC. This is a fun, quick read. A good mix of suspense, romance and a wonderful historical setting. This is book two in a series, but can easily be read as a stand alone. Adelaide is a tearoom waitress with a very big secret. She meets Jake who has...

    This is the second book in this series that I have read and I enjoyed this as much as the first. This book focuses on a young woman that escapes from an insane asylum where she was held against her will. The book has many twists and turns and an ending that does not disappoint. An exce...

    *The 3rd star is a "benefit of the doubt" star.* I won a copy of this book in a Goodreads giveaway. I have to start out by saying that I am not the type of person who should be reading uncorrected proofs (which is what my copy is). I discovered how much misspellings, missing word...

    Gothic atmosphere melds with a 1930s California setting in Quick's latest delightfully entertaining novel. Adelaide Blake has escaped an insane asylum and hidden herself in a little coastal town where she is attempting to live quietly- but the murder of a fake psychic, the attention ...

    One of the things I most enjoy about Amanda Quick's novels is the formulaic predictability: When I select to spend a Friday evening with one of these books, I know what I'm getting and know I will enjoy it thoroughly. The first book in this new Burning Cove series (The Girl Who Kne...

    "The Other Lady Vanishes" is an excellent second installment in Quick's Burning Cove series. The book follows Adelaide, a tea room waitress who is establishing a life for herself in Burning Cove after escaping from being forcibly held in a sanatorium. She crosses paths with Jake Truett...

    I received this book for free from Netgalley in order to prepare an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review."He knew that Adelaide was not telling him everything but he also sensed that she was not lying to him. Fair enough. She had a righ...

    4.5 /5 From the moment I saw the beautiful citrus colors and Art Deco geometric pattern on the cover of The Other Lady Vanishes, I wanted to dive in. After I read the synopsis and realized I would be reading not only a Romance, but also a Mystery? Well, let?s say I swooned a bit. ...

    Actual rating: 4.5 stars Amanda Quick has written another thrilling romantic suspense story with The Other Lady Vanishes. We have an insane asylum escapee, a hero with apparently delicate nerves, drugs, lies, and glamour. It's everything you need to fall into another world for a tim...

  • JoAn
    May 16, 2018

    I first thought that I would start off this review stating that reading Amanda Quick is a guilty pleasure of mine. Then, I thought that I'm not at all guilty about it, vice versa to be honest. However, Quick's books are definitely a pleasure to read. THE OTHER LADY VANISHES is the s...

    Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup. (posting to blog 5/8/18) Amazon: http://amzn.to/2EcOK06 It's Amanda Quick. You know it's gonna be fantastic. And it was. It really was. The Gist: Some seriously shady shit is going down and Adelaide seems to be at the middle of ...

    The whole escape from the insane asylum thing was interesting but I found the romance a bit underwhelming which is a bad sign when it comes to Amanda's books, her characters usually manage to grip me from the very start. On the other hand, Raina and Luther make a big appearance and ...

    I've not read anything by this author before and wasn't aware that it's part of a series. It was done quite well as a stand-alone. It was like watching a black and white noir film, Ms. Quick did an excellent job with the dialog and setting for the pre-war era. I look forward to reading...

    The story begins as Adelaide Blake escapes a private sanitarium. Her time there was dark and Quick shared a chilling story while shedding light on experimentaldrugs and the practice of sending unwanted family members off to mental hospitals. Both threads were chillingand led to mur...

    Reviewed for Wit and Sin Return to the dazzling world of Burning Cove, a place of fantasy and glamour?and also secrets and death. I fell in love with the world of Burning Cove in The Girl Who Knew Too Much and my enchantment with the town only deepened in The Other Lady Vanishe...

    I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. An escape from an insane asylum, Hollywood starlets, a psychic predicting her own death and a mysterious handsome stranger...

    3.5 stars It opens with murder and a daring escape. A promising start. Adelaide has a lot on her plate - reinvention, hiding, building a new life and taking control. Jake Truett was supposed to be mysterious but came off as bland. The murder methods were interesting and varied. ...

    The Other Lady Vanishes is a rather enjoyable historical mystery set in 1930s California and the world of Hollywood's rich and famous. This book is the second book in Burning Cove series, which I didn't know when I started reading it, but it can be read as a stand-alone. I didn't feel ...

    Amanda Quick's second foray into the world of the 1930s is even better than the first. I was caught up the mystery from the beginning, and even when I thought all was told there was yet a little more to getting the whole story. There were twists and turns, and each time I thought "what...

    Originally posted on lampshadereader.com Thanks to Penguin First-to-Read program for a copy of this book. Back in Burning Cove and it seems as dangerous as ever. The Other Lady Vanishes is another riveting mystery set in the 1930s. This time focusing on the seemingly doomed cha...

    The Other Lady Vanishes by Amanda Quick created a "book hangover" for me. So as soon as I finished it, I immediately went to the first page and read it again. I've been reading Ms. Krentz's books for over 30 years under all of her names and am rarely disappointed. This book was no exce...

  • ☕ Kimberly
    Mar 31, 2018

    I first thought that I would start off this review stating that reading Amanda Quick is a guilty pleasure of mine. Then, I thought that I'm not at all guilty about it, vice versa to be honest. However, Quick's books are definitely a pleasure to read. THE OTHER LADY VANISHES is the s...

    Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup. (posting to blog 5/8/18) Amazon: http://amzn.to/2EcOK06 It's Amanda Quick. You know it's gonna be fantastic. And it was. It really was. The Gist: Some seriously shady shit is going down and Adelaide seems to be at the middle of ...

    The whole escape from the insane asylum thing was interesting but I found the romance a bit underwhelming which is a bad sign when it comes to Amanda's books, her characters usually manage to grip me from the very start. On the other hand, Raina and Luther make a big appearance and ...

    I've not read anything by this author before and wasn't aware that it's part of a series. It was done quite well as a stand-alone. It was like watching a black and white noir film, Ms. Quick did an excellent job with the dialog and setting for the pre-war era. I look forward to reading...

    The story begins as Adelaide Blake escapes a private sanitarium. Her time there was dark and Quick shared a chilling story while shedding light on experimentaldrugs and the practice of sending unwanted family members off to mental hospitals. Both threads were chillingand led to mur...

  • Anna's Herding Cats
    Feb 01, 2018

    I first thought that I would start off this review stating that reading Amanda Quick is a guilty pleasure of mine. Then, I thought that I'm not at all guilty about it, vice versa to be honest. However, Quick's books are definitely a pleasure to read. THE OTHER LADY VANISHES is the s...

    Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup. (posting to blog 5/8/18) Amazon: http://amzn.to/2EcOK06 It's Amanda Quick. You know it's gonna be fantastic. And it was. It really was. The Gist: Some seriously shady shit is going down and Adelaide seems to be at the middle of ...

  • Amy
    Feb 06, 2018

    I first thought that I would start off this review stating that reading Amanda Quick is a guilty pleasure of mine. Then, I thought that I'm not at all guilty about it, vice versa to be honest. However, Quick's books are definitely a pleasure to read. THE OTHER LADY VANISHES is the s...

    Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup. (posting to blog 5/8/18) Amazon: http://amzn.to/2EcOK06 It's Amanda Quick. You know it's gonna be fantastic. And it was. It really was. The Gist: Some seriously shady shit is going down and Adelaide seems to be at the middle of ...

    The whole escape from the insane asylum thing was interesting but I found the romance a bit underwhelming which is a bad sign when it comes to Amanda's books, her characters usually manage to grip me from the very start. On the other hand, Raina and Luther make a big appearance and ...

    I've not read anything by this author before and wasn't aware that it's part of a series. It was done quite well as a stand-alone. It was like watching a black and white noir film, Ms. Quick did an excellent job with the dialog and setting for the pre-war era. I look forward to reading...

    The story begins as Adelaide Blake escapes a private sanitarium. Her time there was dark and Quick shared a chilling story while shedding light on experimentaldrugs and the practice of sending unwanted family members off to mental hospitals. Both threads were chillingand led to mur...

    Reviewed for Wit and Sin Return to the dazzling world of Burning Cove, a place of fantasy and glamour?and also secrets and death. I fell in love with the world of Burning Cove in The Girl Who Knew Too Much and my enchantment with the town only deepened in The Other Lady Vanishe...

    I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. An escape from an insane asylum, Hollywood starlets, a psychic predicting her own death and a mysterious handsome stranger...

    3.5 stars It opens with murder and a daring escape. A promising start. Adelaide has a lot on her plate - reinvention, hiding, building a new life and taking control. Jake Truett was supposed to be mysterious but came off as bland. The murder methods were interesting and varied. ...

    The Other Lady Vanishes is a rather enjoyable historical mystery set in 1930s California and the world of Hollywood's rich and famous. This book is the second book in Burning Cove series, which I didn't know when I started reading it, but it can be read as a stand-alone. I didn't feel ...

    Amanda Quick's second foray into the world of the 1930s is even better than the first. I was caught up the mystery from the beginning, and even when I thought all was told there was yet a little more to getting the whole story. There were twists and turns, and each time I thought "what...

    Originally posted on lampshadereader.com Thanks to Penguin First-to-Read program for a copy of this book. Back in Burning Cove and it seems as dangerous as ever. The Other Lady Vanishes is another riveting mystery set in the 1930s. This time focusing on the seemingly doomed cha...

    The Other Lady Vanishes by Amanda Quick created a "book hangover" for me. So as soon as I finished it, I immediately went to the first page and read it again. I've been reading Ms. Krentz's books for over 30 years under all of her names and am rarely disappointed. This book was no exce...

    See the full review at HarlequinJunkie.com What a fun ride it was reading The Other Lady Vanishes! Stylish and exciting, Amanda Quick definitely delivered with this second book in her 1930s era Burning Cove series. ?They were partners, at least for a while, bound together by a...

    Love, love, love these books. How Jayne Ann Krentz transforms herself into Amanda Quick has always been a mystery to me. ...

    4 stars. Quite an interesting plot with AQ's typical male and female leads. Didn't have as much of the glitz and glamour of the golden age of Hollywood as I would've liked, but the "technology" of the day such as payphone booths, long distance operators and open-top automobiles prov...

    It seems the author woke up in the last 5% of the book and tried to pack in the mystery and drama that were missing in the first 95%. ...

    The Other Lady Vanishes by Amanda Quick is the 2nd book in her Burning Cove series. This story takes place during the 1930?s in the small town of Burning Cove, California. Some of the characters we met in the first book have secondary roles, as we return to Burning Cove. We meet ...

    Sweet and a bit suspenseful, The Other Lady Vanishes is a fun read with a murder mystery twist. This is a page turner for me as I tried to figure out what was going on. I wanted to figure out Adelaide's story as well as who committed the murder. As the secrets are slowly revealed, I'm ...

    Reading Adelaide and Jake's story reminded me that Amanda Quick/Jayne Anne Krentz/Jayne Castle always manages to include story lines that highlight power imbalances and injustices in society based on gender, social class, and sexual orientation. Set in the era of the Hollywood stud...

    I would have liked a little more romance in the romance vs plot ratio, but I found this pretty enjoyable. And the cover is absolutely striking. **Read for the Happily Ever After square in Ripped Bodice Bingo (and because the library coughed up my hold at the right time)** ...

    Thank you Berkley Publishing for this ARC. This is a fun, quick read. A good mix of suspense, romance and a wonderful historical setting. This is book two in a series, but can easily be read as a stand alone. Adelaide is a tearoom waitress with a very big secret. She meets Jake who has...

    This is the second book in this series that I have read and I enjoyed this as much as the first. This book focuses on a young woman that escapes from an insane asylum where she was held against her will. The book has many twists and turns and an ending that does not disappoint. An exce...

    *The 3rd star is a "benefit of the doubt" star.* I won a copy of this book in a Goodreads giveaway. I have to start out by saying that I am not the type of person who should be reading uncorrected proofs (which is what my copy is). I discovered how much misspellings, missing word...

  • Jess
    Jun 06, 2018

    I first thought that I would start off this review stating that reading Amanda Quick is a guilty pleasure of mine. Then, I thought that I'm not at all guilty about it, vice versa to be honest. However, Quick's books are definitely a pleasure to read. THE OTHER LADY VANISHES is the s...

    Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup. (posting to blog 5/8/18) Amazon: http://amzn.to/2EcOK06 It's Amanda Quick. You know it's gonna be fantastic. And it was. It really was. The Gist: Some seriously shady shit is going down and Adelaide seems to be at the middle of ...

    The whole escape from the insane asylum thing was interesting but I found the romance a bit underwhelming which is a bad sign when it comes to Amanda's books, her characters usually manage to grip me from the very start. On the other hand, Raina and Luther make a big appearance and ...

    I've not read anything by this author before and wasn't aware that it's part of a series. It was done quite well as a stand-alone. It was like watching a black and white noir film, Ms. Quick did an excellent job with the dialog and setting for the pre-war era. I look forward to reading...

    The story begins as Adelaide Blake escapes a private sanitarium. Her time there was dark and Quick shared a chilling story while shedding light on experimentaldrugs and the practice of sending unwanted family members off to mental hospitals. Both threads were chillingand led to mur...

    Reviewed for Wit and Sin Return to the dazzling world of Burning Cove, a place of fantasy and glamour?and also secrets and death. I fell in love with the world of Burning Cove in The Girl Who Knew Too Much and my enchantment with the town only deepened in The Other Lady Vanishe...

    I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. An escape from an insane asylum, Hollywood starlets, a psychic predicting her own death and a mysterious handsome stranger...

    3.5 stars It opens with murder and a daring escape. A promising start. Adelaide has a lot on her plate - reinvention, hiding, building a new life and taking control. Jake Truett was supposed to be mysterious but came off as bland. The murder methods were interesting and varied. ...

    The Other Lady Vanishes is a rather enjoyable historical mystery set in 1930s California and the world of Hollywood's rich and famous. This book is the second book in Burning Cove series, which I didn't know when I started reading it, but it can be read as a stand-alone. I didn't feel ...

    Amanda Quick's second foray into the world of the 1930s is even better than the first. I was caught up the mystery from the beginning, and even when I thought all was told there was yet a little more to getting the whole story. There were twists and turns, and each time I thought "what...

    Originally posted on lampshadereader.com Thanks to Penguin First-to-Read program for a copy of this book. Back in Burning Cove and it seems as dangerous as ever. The Other Lady Vanishes is another riveting mystery set in the 1930s. This time focusing on the seemingly doomed cha...

    The Other Lady Vanishes by Amanda Quick created a "book hangover" for me. So as soon as I finished it, I immediately went to the first page and read it again. I've been reading Ms. Krentz's books for over 30 years under all of her names and am rarely disappointed. This book was no exce...

    See the full review at HarlequinJunkie.com What a fun ride it was reading The Other Lady Vanishes! Stylish and exciting, Amanda Quick definitely delivered with this second book in her 1930s era Burning Cove series. ?They were partners, at least for a while, bound together by a...

    Love, love, love these books. How Jayne Ann Krentz transforms herself into Amanda Quick has always been a mystery to me. ...

    4 stars. Quite an interesting plot with AQ's typical male and female leads. Didn't have as much of the glitz and glamour of the golden age of Hollywood as I would've liked, but the "technology" of the day such as payphone booths, long distance operators and open-top automobiles prov...

    It seems the author woke up in the last 5% of the book and tried to pack in the mystery and drama that were missing in the first 95%. ...

    The Other Lady Vanishes by Amanda Quick is the 2nd book in her Burning Cove series. This story takes place during the 1930?s in the small town of Burning Cove, California. Some of the characters we met in the first book have secondary roles, as we return to Burning Cove. We meet ...

    Sweet and a bit suspenseful, The Other Lady Vanishes is a fun read with a murder mystery twist. This is a page turner for me as I tried to figure out what was going on. I wanted to figure out Adelaide's story as well as who committed the murder. As the secrets are slowly revealed, I'm ...

    Reading Adelaide and Jake's story reminded me that Amanda Quick/Jayne Anne Krentz/Jayne Castle always manages to include story lines that highlight power imbalances and injustices in society based on gender, social class, and sexual orientation. Set in the era of the Hollywood stud...

    I would have liked a little more romance in the romance vs plot ratio, but I found this pretty enjoyable. And the cover is absolutely striking. **Read for the Happily Ever After square in Ripped Bodice Bingo (and because the library coughed up my hold at the right time)** ...

  • Barb Lie
    May 08, 2018

    I first thought that I would start off this review stating that reading Amanda Quick is a guilty pleasure of mine. Then, I thought that I'm not at all guilty about it, vice versa to be honest. However, Quick's books are definitely a pleasure to read. THE OTHER LADY VANISHES is the s...

    Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup. (posting to blog 5/8/18) Amazon: http://amzn.to/2EcOK06 It's Amanda Quick. You know it's gonna be fantastic. And it was. It really was. The Gist: Some seriously shady shit is going down and Adelaide seems to be at the middle of ...

    The whole escape from the insane asylum thing was interesting but I found the romance a bit underwhelming which is a bad sign when it comes to Amanda's books, her characters usually manage to grip me from the very start. On the other hand, Raina and Luther make a big appearance and ...

    I've not read anything by this author before and wasn't aware that it's part of a series. It was done quite well as a stand-alone. It was like watching a black and white noir film, Ms. Quick did an excellent job with the dialog and setting for the pre-war era. I look forward to reading...

    The story begins as Adelaide Blake escapes a private sanitarium. Her time there was dark and Quick shared a chilling story while shedding light on experimentaldrugs and the practice of sending unwanted family members off to mental hospitals. Both threads were chillingand led to mur...

    Reviewed for Wit and Sin Return to the dazzling world of Burning Cove, a place of fantasy and glamour?and also secrets and death. I fell in love with the world of Burning Cove in The Girl Who Knew Too Much and my enchantment with the town only deepened in The Other Lady Vanishe...

    I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. An escape from an insane asylum, Hollywood starlets, a psychic predicting her own death and a mysterious handsome stranger...

    3.5 stars It opens with murder and a daring escape. A promising start. Adelaide has a lot on her plate - reinvention, hiding, building a new life and taking control. Jake Truett was supposed to be mysterious but came off as bland. The murder methods were interesting and varied. ...

    The Other Lady Vanishes is a rather enjoyable historical mystery set in 1930s California and the world of Hollywood's rich and famous. This book is the second book in Burning Cove series, which I didn't know when I started reading it, but it can be read as a stand-alone. I didn't feel ...

    Amanda Quick's second foray into the world of the 1930s is even better than the first. I was caught up the mystery from the beginning, and even when I thought all was told there was yet a little more to getting the whole story. There were twists and turns, and each time I thought "what...

    Originally posted on lampshadereader.com Thanks to Penguin First-to-Read program for a copy of this book. Back in Burning Cove and it seems as dangerous as ever. The Other Lady Vanishes is another riveting mystery set in the 1930s. This time focusing on the seemingly doomed cha...

    The Other Lady Vanishes by Amanda Quick created a "book hangover" for me. So as soon as I finished it, I immediately went to the first page and read it again. I've been reading Ms. Krentz's books for over 30 years under all of her names and am rarely disappointed. This book was no exce...

    See the full review at HarlequinJunkie.com What a fun ride it was reading The Other Lady Vanishes! Stylish and exciting, Amanda Quick definitely delivered with this second book in her 1930s era Burning Cove series. ?They were partners, at least for a while, bound together by a...

    Love, love, love these books. How Jayne Ann Krentz transforms herself into Amanda Quick has always been a mystery to me. ...

    4 stars. Quite an interesting plot with AQ's typical male and female leads. Didn't have as much of the glitz and glamour of the golden age of Hollywood as I would've liked, but the "technology" of the day such as payphone booths, long distance operators and open-top automobiles prov...

    It seems the author woke up in the last 5% of the book and tried to pack in the mystery and drama that were missing in the first 95%. ...

    The Other Lady Vanishes by Amanda Quick is the 2nd book in her Burning Cove series. This story takes place during the 1930?s in the small town of Burning Cove, California. Some of the characters we met in the first book have secondary roles, as we return to Burning Cove. We meet ...

  • Chris Conley
    Jun 05, 2018

    I first thought that I would start off this review stating that reading Amanda Quick is a guilty pleasure of mine. Then, I thought that I'm not at all guilty about it, vice versa to be honest. However, Quick's books are definitely a pleasure to read. THE OTHER LADY VANISHES is the s...

    Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup. (posting to blog 5/8/18) Amazon: http://amzn.to/2EcOK06 It's Amanda Quick. You know it's gonna be fantastic. And it was. It really was. The Gist: Some seriously shady shit is going down and Adelaide seems to be at the middle of ...

    The whole escape from the insane asylum thing was interesting but I found the romance a bit underwhelming which is a bad sign when it comes to Amanda's books, her characters usually manage to grip me from the very start. On the other hand, Raina and Luther make a big appearance and ...

    I've not read anything by this author before and wasn't aware that it's part of a series. It was done quite well as a stand-alone. It was like watching a black and white noir film, Ms. Quick did an excellent job with the dialog and setting for the pre-war era. I look forward to reading...

    The story begins as Adelaide Blake escapes a private sanitarium. Her time there was dark and Quick shared a chilling story while shedding light on experimentaldrugs and the practice of sending unwanted family members off to mental hospitals. Both threads were chillingand led to mur...

    Reviewed for Wit and Sin Return to the dazzling world of Burning Cove, a place of fantasy and glamour?and also secrets and death. I fell in love with the world of Burning Cove in The Girl Who Knew Too Much and my enchantment with the town only deepened in The Other Lady Vanishe...

    I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. An escape from an insane asylum, Hollywood starlets, a psychic predicting her own death and a mysterious handsome stranger...

    3.5 stars It opens with murder and a daring escape. A promising start. Adelaide has a lot on her plate - reinvention, hiding, building a new life and taking control. Jake Truett was supposed to be mysterious but came off as bland. The murder methods were interesting and varied. ...

    The Other Lady Vanishes is a rather enjoyable historical mystery set in 1930s California and the world of Hollywood's rich and famous. This book is the second book in Burning Cove series, which I didn't know when I started reading it, but it can be read as a stand-alone. I didn't feel ...

    Amanda Quick's second foray into the world of the 1930s is even better than the first. I was caught up the mystery from the beginning, and even when I thought all was told there was yet a little more to getting the whole story. There were twists and turns, and each time I thought "what...

    Originally posted on lampshadereader.com Thanks to Penguin First-to-Read program for a copy of this book. Back in Burning Cove and it seems as dangerous as ever. The Other Lady Vanishes is another riveting mystery set in the 1930s. This time focusing on the seemingly doomed cha...

    The Other Lady Vanishes by Amanda Quick created a "book hangover" for me. So as soon as I finished it, I immediately went to the first page and read it again. I've been reading Ms. Krentz's books for over 30 years under all of her names and am rarely disappointed. This book was no exce...

    See the full review at HarlequinJunkie.com What a fun ride it was reading The Other Lady Vanishes! Stylish and exciting, Amanda Quick definitely delivered with this second book in her 1930s era Burning Cove series. ?They were partners, at least for a while, bound together by a...

    Love, love, love these books. How Jayne Ann Krentz transforms herself into Amanda Quick has always been a mystery to me. ...

  • Paraphrodite
    May 12, 2018

    I first thought that I would start off this review stating that reading Amanda Quick is a guilty pleasure of mine. Then, I thought that I'm not at all guilty about it, vice versa to be honest. However, Quick's books are definitely a pleasure to read. THE OTHER LADY VANISHES is the s...

    Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup. (posting to blog 5/8/18) Amazon: http://amzn.to/2EcOK06 It's Amanda Quick. You know it's gonna be fantastic. And it was. It really was. The Gist: Some seriously shady shit is going down and Adelaide seems to be at the middle of ...

    The whole escape from the insane asylum thing was interesting but I found the romance a bit underwhelming which is a bad sign when it comes to Amanda's books, her characters usually manage to grip me from the very start. On the other hand, Raina and Luther make a big appearance and ...

    I've not read anything by this author before and wasn't aware that it's part of a series. It was done quite well as a stand-alone. It was like watching a black and white noir film, Ms. Quick did an excellent job with the dialog and setting for the pre-war era. I look forward to reading...

    The story begins as Adelaide Blake escapes a private sanitarium. Her time there was dark and Quick shared a chilling story while shedding light on experimentaldrugs and the practice of sending unwanted family members off to mental hospitals. Both threads were chillingand led to mur...

    Reviewed for Wit and Sin Return to the dazzling world of Burning Cove, a place of fantasy and glamour?and also secrets and death. I fell in love with the world of Burning Cove in The Girl Who Knew Too Much and my enchantment with the town only deepened in The Other Lady Vanishe...

    I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. An escape from an insane asylum, Hollywood starlets, a psychic predicting her own death and a mysterious handsome stranger...

    3.5 stars It opens with murder and a daring escape. A promising start. Adelaide has a lot on her plate - reinvention, hiding, building a new life and taking control. Jake Truett was supposed to be mysterious but came off as bland. The murder methods were interesting and varied. ...

    The Other Lady Vanishes is a rather enjoyable historical mystery set in 1930s California and the world of Hollywood's rich and famous. This book is the second book in Burning Cove series, which I didn't know when I started reading it, but it can be read as a stand-alone. I didn't feel ...

    Amanda Quick's second foray into the world of the 1930s is even better than the first. I was caught up the mystery from the beginning, and even when I thought all was told there was yet a little more to getting the whole story. There were twists and turns, and each time I thought "what...

    Originally posted on lampshadereader.com Thanks to Penguin First-to-Read program for a copy of this book. Back in Burning Cove and it seems as dangerous as ever. The Other Lady Vanishes is another riveting mystery set in the 1930s. This time focusing on the seemingly doomed cha...

    The Other Lady Vanishes by Amanda Quick created a "book hangover" for me. So as soon as I finished it, I immediately went to the first page and read it again. I've been reading Ms. Krentz's books for over 30 years under all of her names and am rarely disappointed. This book was no exce...

    See the full review at HarlequinJunkie.com What a fun ride it was reading The Other Lady Vanishes! Stylish and exciting, Amanda Quick definitely delivered with this second book in her 1930s era Burning Cove series. ?They were partners, at least for a while, bound together by a...

    Love, love, love these books. How Jayne Ann Krentz transforms herself into Amanda Quick has always been a mystery to me. ...

    4 stars. Quite an interesting plot with AQ's typical male and female leads. Didn't have as much of the glitz and glamour of the golden age of Hollywood as I would've liked, but the "technology" of the day such as payphone booths, long distance operators and open-top automobiles prov...

  • Lakshmi C
    Jun 12, 2018

    I first thought that I would start off this review stating that reading Amanda Quick is a guilty pleasure of mine. Then, I thought that I'm not at all guilty about it, vice versa to be honest. However, Quick's books are definitely a pleasure to read. THE OTHER LADY VANISHES is the s...

    Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup. (posting to blog 5/8/18) Amazon: http://amzn.to/2EcOK06 It's Amanda Quick. You know it's gonna be fantastic. And it was. It really was. The Gist: Some seriously shady shit is going down and Adelaide seems to be at the middle of ...

    The whole escape from the insane asylum thing was interesting but I found the romance a bit underwhelming which is a bad sign when it comes to Amanda's books, her characters usually manage to grip me from the very start. On the other hand, Raina and Luther make a big appearance and ...

    I've not read anything by this author before and wasn't aware that it's part of a series. It was done quite well as a stand-alone. It was like watching a black and white noir film, Ms. Quick did an excellent job with the dialog and setting for the pre-war era. I look forward to reading...

    The story begins as Adelaide Blake escapes a private sanitarium. Her time there was dark and Quick shared a chilling story while shedding light on experimentaldrugs and the practice of sending unwanted family members off to mental hospitals. Both threads were chillingand led to mur...

    Reviewed for Wit and Sin Return to the dazzling world of Burning Cove, a place of fantasy and glamour?and also secrets and death. I fell in love with the world of Burning Cove in The Girl Who Knew Too Much and my enchantment with the town only deepened in The Other Lady Vanishe...

    I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. An escape from an insane asylum, Hollywood starlets, a psychic predicting her own death and a mysterious handsome stranger...

    3.5 stars It opens with murder and a daring escape. A promising start. Adelaide has a lot on her plate - reinvention, hiding, building a new life and taking control. Jake Truett was supposed to be mysterious but came off as bland. The murder methods were interesting and varied. ...

  • Diane Perry
    Apr 15, 2018

    I first thought that I would start off this review stating that reading Amanda Quick is a guilty pleasure of mine. Then, I thought that I'm not at all guilty about it, vice versa to be honest. However, Quick's books are definitely a pleasure to read. THE OTHER LADY VANISHES is the s...

    Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup. (posting to blog 5/8/18) Amazon: http://amzn.to/2EcOK06 It's Amanda Quick. You know it's gonna be fantastic. And it was. It really was. The Gist: Some seriously shady shit is going down and Adelaide seems to be at the middle of ...

    The whole escape from the insane asylum thing was interesting but I found the romance a bit underwhelming which is a bad sign when it comes to Amanda's books, her characters usually manage to grip me from the very start. On the other hand, Raina and Luther make a big appearance and ...

    I've not read anything by this author before and wasn't aware that it's part of a series. It was done quite well as a stand-alone. It was like watching a black and white noir film, Ms. Quick did an excellent job with the dialog and setting for the pre-war era. I look forward to reading...

    The story begins as Adelaide Blake escapes a private sanitarium. Her time there was dark and Quick shared a chilling story while shedding light on experimentaldrugs and the practice of sending unwanted family members off to mental hospitals. Both threads were chillingand led to mur...

    Reviewed for Wit and Sin Return to the dazzling world of Burning Cove, a place of fantasy and glamour?and also secrets and death. I fell in love with the world of Burning Cove in The Girl Who Knew Too Much and my enchantment with the town only deepened in The Other Lady Vanishe...

    I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. An escape from an insane asylum, Hollywood starlets, a psychic predicting her own death and a mysterious handsome stranger...

    3.5 stars It opens with murder and a daring escape. A promising start. Adelaide has a lot on her plate - reinvention, hiding, building a new life and taking control. Jake Truett was supposed to be mysterious but came off as bland. The murder methods were interesting and varied. ...

    The Other Lady Vanishes is a rather enjoyable historical mystery set in 1930s California and the world of Hollywood's rich and famous. This book is the second book in Burning Cove series, which I didn't know when I started reading it, but it can be read as a stand-alone. I didn't feel ...

    Amanda Quick's second foray into the world of the 1930s is even better than the first. I was caught up the mystery from the beginning, and even when I thought all was told there was yet a little more to getting the whole story. There were twists and turns, and each time I thought "what...

    Originally posted on lampshadereader.com Thanks to Penguin First-to-Read program for a copy of this book. Back in Burning Cove and it seems as dangerous as ever. The Other Lady Vanishes is another riveting mystery set in the 1930s. This time focusing on the seemingly doomed cha...

    The Other Lady Vanishes by Amanda Quick created a "book hangover" for me. So as soon as I finished it, I immediately went to the first page and read it again. I've been reading Ms. Krentz's books for over 30 years under all of her names and am rarely disappointed. This book was no exce...

    See the full review at HarlequinJunkie.com What a fun ride it was reading The Other Lady Vanishes! Stylish and exciting, Amanda Quick definitely delivered with this second book in her 1930s era Burning Cove series. ?They were partners, at least for a while, bound together by a...

    Love, love, love these books. How Jayne Ann Krentz transforms herself into Amanda Quick has always been a mystery to me. ...

    4 stars. Quite an interesting plot with AQ's typical male and female leads. Didn't have as much of the glitz and glamour of the golden age of Hollywood as I would've liked, but the "technology" of the day such as payphone booths, long distance operators and open-top automobiles prov...

    It seems the author woke up in the last 5% of the book and tried to pack in the mystery and drama that were missing in the first 95%. ...

    The Other Lady Vanishes by Amanda Quick is the 2nd book in her Burning Cove series. This story takes place during the 1930?s in the small town of Burning Cove, California. Some of the characters we met in the first book have secondary roles, as we return to Burning Cove. We meet ...

    Sweet and a bit suspenseful, The Other Lady Vanishes is a fun read with a murder mystery twist. This is a page turner for me as I tried to figure out what was going on. I wanted to figure out Adelaide's story as well as who committed the murder. As the secrets are slowly revealed, I'm ...

    Reading Adelaide and Jake's story reminded me that Amanda Quick/Jayne Anne Krentz/Jayne Castle always manages to include story lines that highlight power imbalances and injustices in society based on gender, social class, and sexual orientation. Set in the era of the Hollywood stud...

    I would have liked a little more romance in the romance vs plot ratio, but I found this pretty enjoyable. And the cover is absolutely striking. **Read for the Happily Ever After square in Ripped Bodice Bingo (and because the library coughed up my hold at the right time)** ...

    Thank you Berkley Publishing for this ARC. This is a fun, quick read. A good mix of suspense, romance and a wonderful historical setting. This is book two in a series, but can easily be read as a stand alone. Adelaide is a tearoom waitress with a very big secret. She meets Jake who has...

  • Cardyn Brooks
    May 25, 2018

    I first thought that I would start off this review stating that reading Amanda Quick is a guilty pleasure of mine. Then, I thought that I'm not at all guilty about it, vice versa to be honest. However, Quick's books are definitely a pleasure to read. THE OTHER LADY VANISHES is the s...

    Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup. (posting to blog 5/8/18) Amazon: http://amzn.to/2EcOK06 It's Amanda Quick. You know it's gonna be fantastic. And it was. It really was. The Gist: Some seriously shady shit is going down and Adelaide seems to be at the middle of ...

    The whole escape from the insane asylum thing was interesting but I found the romance a bit underwhelming which is a bad sign when it comes to Amanda's books, her characters usually manage to grip me from the very start. On the other hand, Raina and Luther make a big appearance and ...

    I've not read anything by this author before and wasn't aware that it's part of a series. It was done quite well as a stand-alone. It was like watching a black and white noir film, Ms. Quick did an excellent job with the dialog and setting for the pre-war era. I look forward to reading...

    The story begins as Adelaide Blake escapes a private sanitarium. Her time there was dark and Quick shared a chilling story while shedding light on experimentaldrugs and the practice of sending unwanted family members off to mental hospitals. Both threads were chillingand led to mur...

    Reviewed for Wit and Sin Return to the dazzling world of Burning Cove, a place of fantasy and glamour?and also secrets and death. I fell in love with the world of Burning Cove in The Girl Who Knew Too Much and my enchantment with the town only deepened in The Other Lady Vanishe...

    I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. An escape from an insane asylum, Hollywood starlets, a psychic predicting her own death and a mysterious handsome stranger...

    3.5 stars It opens with murder and a daring escape. A promising start. Adelaide has a lot on her plate - reinvention, hiding, building a new life and taking control. Jake Truett was supposed to be mysterious but came off as bland. The murder methods were interesting and varied. ...

    The Other Lady Vanishes is a rather enjoyable historical mystery set in 1930s California and the world of Hollywood's rich and famous. This book is the second book in Burning Cove series, which I didn't know when I started reading it, but it can be read as a stand-alone. I didn't feel ...

    Amanda Quick's second foray into the world of the 1930s is even better than the first. I was caught up the mystery from the beginning, and even when I thought all was told there was yet a little more to getting the whole story. There were twists and turns, and each time I thought "what...

    Originally posted on lampshadereader.com Thanks to Penguin First-to-Read program for a copy of this book. Back in Burning Cove and it seems as dangerous as ever. The Other Lady Vanishes is another riveting mystery set in the 1930s. This time focusing on the seemingly doomed cha...

    The Other Lady Vanishes by Amanda Quick created a "book hangover" for me. So as soon as I finished it, I immediately went to the first page and read it again. I've been reading Ms. Krentz's books for over 30 years under all of her names and am rarely disappointed. This book was no exce...

    See the full review at HarlequinJunkie.com What a fun ride it was reading The Other Lady Vanishes! Stylish and exciting, Amanda Quick definitely delivered with this second book in her 1930s era Burning Cove series. ?They were partners, at least for a while, bound together by a...

    Love, love, love these books. How Jayne Ann Krentz transforms herself into Amanda Quick has always been a mystery to me. ...

    4 stars. Quite an interesting plot with AQ's typical male and female leads. Didn't have as much of the glitz and glamour of the golden age of Hollywood as I would've liked, but the "technology" of the day such as payphone booths, long distance operators and open-top automobiles prov...

    It seems the author woke up in the last 5% of the book and tried to pack in the mystery and drama that were missing in the first 95%. ...

    The Other Lady Vanishes by Amanda Quick is the 2nd book in her Burning Cove series. This story takes place during the 1930?s in the small town of Burning Cove, California. Some of the characters we met in the first book have secondary roles, as we return to Burning Cove. We meet ...

    Sweet and a bit suspenseful, The Other Lady Vanishes is a fun read with a murder mystery twist. This is a page turner for me as I tried to figure out what was going on. I wanted to figure out Adelaide's story as well as who committed the murder. As the secrets are slowly revealed, I'm ...

    Reading Adelaide and Jake's story reminded me that Amanda Quick/Jayne Anne Krentz/Jayne Castle always manages to include story lines that highlight power imbalances and injustices in society based on gender, social class, and sexual orientation. Set in the era of the Hollywood stud...

  • Kathy
    Feb 06, 2018

    I first thought that I would start off this review stating that reading Amanda Quick is a guilty pleasure of mine. Then, I thought that I'm not at all guilty about it, vice versa to be honest. However, Quick's books are definitely a pleasure to read. THE OTHER LADY VANISHES is the s...

    Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup. (posting to blog 5/8/18) Amazon: http://amzn.to/2EcOK06 It's Amanda Quick. You know it's gonna be fantastic. And it was. It really was. The Gist: Some seriously shady shit is going down and Adelaide seems to be at the middle of ...

    The whole escape from the insane asylum thing was interesting but I found the romance a bit underwhelming which is a bad sign when it comes to Amanda's books, her characters usually manage to grip me from the very start. On the other hand, Raina and Luther make a big appearance and ...

    I've not read anything by this author before and wasn't aware that it's part of a series. It was done quite well as a stand-alone. It was like watching a black and white noir film, Ms. Quick did an excellent job with the dialog and setting for the pre-war era. I look forward to reading...

    The story begins as Adelaide Blake escapes a private sanitarium. Her time there was dark and Quick shared a chilling story while shedding light on experimentaldrugs and the practice of sending unwanted family members off to mental hospitals. Both threads were chillingand led to mur...

    Reviewed for Wit and Sin Return to the dazzling world of Burning Cove, a place of fantasy and glamour?and also secrets and death. I fell in love with the world of Burning Cove in The Girl Who Knew Too Much and my enchantment with the town only deepened in The Other Lady Vanishe...

    I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. An escape from an insane asylum, Hollywood starlets, a psychic predicting her own death and a mysterious handsome stranger...

    3.5 stars It opens with murder and a daring escape. A promising start. Adelaide has a lot on her plate - reinvention, hiding, building a new life and taking control. Jake Truett was supposed to be mysterious but came off as bland. The murder methods were interesting and varied. ...

    The Other Lady Vanishes is a rather enjoyable historical mystery set in 1930s California and the world of Hollywood's rich and famous. This book is the second book in Burning Cove series, which I didn't know when I started reading it, but it can be read as a stand-alone. I didn't feel ...

    Amanda Quick's second foray into the world of the 1930s is even better than the first. I was caught up the mystery from the beginning, and even when I thought all was told there was yet a little more to getting the whole story. There were twists and turns, and each time I thought "what...

  • Kalyn
    Jan 28, 2018

    I first thought that I would start off this review stating that reading Amanda Quick is a guilty pleasure of mine. Then, I thought that I'm not at all guilty about it, vice versa to be honest. However, Quick's books are definitely a pleasure to read. THE OTHER LADY VANISHES is the s...

    Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup. (posting to blog 5/8/18) Amazon: http://amzn.to/2EcOK06 It's Amanda Quick. You know it's gonna be fantastic. And it was. It really was. The Gist: Some seriously shady shit is going down and Adelaide seems to be at the middle of ...

    The whole escape from the insane asylum thing was interesting but I found the romance a bit underwhelming which is a bad sign when it comes to Amanda's books, her characters usually manage to grip me from the very start. On the other hand, Raina and Luther make a big appearance and ...

    I've not read anything by this author before and wasn't aware that it's part of a series. It was done quite well as a stand-alone. It was like watching a black and white noir film, Ms. Quick did an excellent job with the dialog and setting for the pre-war era. I look forward to reading...

    The story begins as Adelaide Blake escapes a private sanitarium. Her time there was dark and Quick shared a chilling story while shedding light on experimentaldrugs and the practice of sending unwanted family members off to mental hospitals. Both threads were chillingand led to mur...

    Reviewed for Wit and Sin Return to the dazzling world of Burning Cove, a place of fantasy and glamour?and also secrets and death. I fell in love with the world of Burning Cove in The Girl Who Knew Too Much and my enchantment with the town only deepened in The Other Lady Vanishe...

    I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. An escape from an insane asylum, Hollywood starlets, a psychic predicting her own death and a mysterious handsome stranger...

    3.5 stars It opens with murder and a daring escape. A promising start. Adelaide has a lot on her plate - reinvention, hiding, building a new life and taking control. Jake Truett was supposed to be mysterious but came off as bland. The murder methods were interesting and varied. ...

    The Other Lady Vanishes is a rather enjoyable historical mystery set in 1930s California and the world of Hollywood's rich and famous. This book is the second book in Burning Cove series, which I didn't know when I started reading it, but it can be read as a stand-alone. I didn't feel ...

    Amanda Quick's second foray into the world of the 1930s is even better than the first. I was caught up the mystery from the beginning, and even when I thought all was told there was yet a little more to getting the whole story. There were twists and turns, and each time I thought "what...

    Originally posted on lampshadereader.com Thanks to Penguin First-to-Read program for a copy of this book. Back in Burning Cove and it seems as dangerous as ever. The Other Lady Vanishes is another riveting mystery set in the 1930s. This time focusing on the seemingly doomed cha...

    The Other Lady Vanishes by Amanda Quick created a "book hangover" for me. So as soon as I finished it, I immediately went to the first page and read it again. I've been reading Ms. Krentz's books for over 30 years under all of her names and am rarely disappointed. This book was no exce...

    See the full review at HarlequinJunkie.com What a fun ride it was reading The Other Lady Vanishes! Stylish and exciting, Amanda Quick definitely delivered with this second book in her 1930s era Burning Cove series. ?They were partners, at least for a while, bound together by a...

    Love, love, love these books. How Jayne Ann Krentz transforms herself into Amanda Quick has always been a mystery to me. ...

    4 stars. Quite an interesting plot with AQ's typical male and female leads. Didn't have as much of the glitz and glamour of the golden age of Hollywood as I would've liked, but the "technology" of the day such as payphone booths, long distance operators and open-top automobiles prov...

    It seems the author woke up in the last 5% of the book and tried to pack in the mystery and drama that were missing in the first 95%. ...

    The Other Lady Vanishes by Amanda Quick is the 2nd book in her Burning Cove series. This story takes place during the 1930?s in the small town of Burning Cove, California. Some of the characters we met in the first book have secondary roles, as we return to Burning Cove. We meet ...

    Sweet and a bit suspenseful, The Other Lady Vanishes is a fun read with a murder mystery twist. This is a page turner for me as I tried to figure out what was going on. I wanted to figure out Adelaide's story as well as who committed the murder. As the secrets are slowly revealed, I'm ...

    Reading Adelaide and Jake's story reminded me that Amanda Quick/Jayne Anne Krentz/Jayne Castle always manages to include story lines that highlight power imbalances and injustices in society based on gender, social class, and sexual orientation. Set in the era of the Hollywood stud...

    I would have liked a little more romance in the romance vs plot ratio, but I found this pretty enjoyable. And the cover is absolutely striking. **Read for the Happily Ever After square in Ripped Bodice Bingo (and because the library coughed up my hold at the right time)** ...

    Thank you Berkley Publishing for this ARC. This is a fun, quick read. A good mix of suspense, romance and a wonderful historical setting. This is book two in a series, but can easily be read as a stand alone. Adelaide is a tearoom waitress with a very big secret. She meets Jake who has...

    This is the second book in this series that I have read and I enjoyed this as much as the first. This book focuses on a young woman that escapes from an insane asylum where she was held against her will. The book has many twists and turns and an ending that does not disappoint. An exce...

    *The 3rd star is a "benefit of the doubt" star.* I won a copy of this book in a Goodreads giveaway. I have to start out by saying that I am not the type of person who should be reading uncorrected proofs (which is what my copy is). I discovered how much misspellings, missing word...

    Gothic atmosphere melds with a 1930s California setting in Quick's latest delightfully entertaining novel. Adelaide Blake has escaped an insane asylum and hidden herself in a little coastal town where she is attempting to live quietly- but the murder of a fake psychic, the attention ...

    One of the things I most enjoy about Amanda Quick's novels is the formulaic predictability: When I select to spend a Friday evening with one of these books, I know what I'm getting and know I will enjoy it thoroughly. The first book in this new Burning Cove series (The Girl Who Kne...

    "The Other Lady Vanishes" is an excellent second installment in Quick's Burning Cove series. The book follows Adelaide, a tea room waitress who is establishing a life for herself in Burning Cove after escaping from being forcibly held in a sanatorium. She crosses paths with Jake Truett...

  • Aleen ~Lampshade Reader
    May 08, 2018

    I first thought that I would start off this review stating that reading Amanda Quick is a guilty pleasure of mine. Then, I thought that I'm not at all guilty about it, vice versa to be honest. However, Quick's books are definitely a pleasure to read. THE OTHER LADY VANISHES is the s...

    Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup. (posting to blog 5/8/18) Amazon: http://amzn.to/2EcOK06 It's Amanda Quick. You know it's gonna be fantastic. And it was. It really was. The Gist: Some seriously shady shit is going down and Adelaide seems to be at the middle of ...

    The whole escape from the insane asylum thing was interesting but I found the romance a bit underwhelming which is a bad sign when it comes to Amanda's books, her characters usually manage to grip me from the very start. On the other hand, Raina and Luther make a big appearance and ...

    I've not read anything by this author before and wasn't aware that it's part of a series. It was done quite well as a stand-alone. It was like watching a black and white noir film, Ms. Quick did an excellent job with the dialog and setting for the pre-war era. I look forward to reading...

    The story begins as Adelaide Blake escapes a private sanitarium. Her time there was dark and Quick shared a chilling story while shedding light on experimentaldrugs and the practice of sending unwanted family members off to mental hospitals. Both threads were chillingand led to mur...

    Reviewed for Wit and Sin Return to the dazzling world of Burning Cove, a place of fantasy and glamour?and also secrets and death. I fell in love with the world of Burning Cove in The Girl Who Knew Too Much and my enchantment with the town only deepened in The Other Lady Vanishe...

    I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. An escape from an insane asylum, Hollywood starlets, a psychic predicting her own death and a mysterious handsome stranger...

    3.5 stars It opens with murder and a daring escape. A promising start. Adelaide has a lot on her plate - reinvention, hiding, building a new life and taking control. Jake Truett was supposed to be mysterious but came off as bland. The murder methods were interesting and varied. ...

    The Other Lady Vanishes is a rather enjoyable historical mystery set in 1930s California and the world of Hollywood's rich and famous. This book is the second book in Burning Cove series, which I didn't know when I started reading it, but it can be read as a stand-alone. I didn't feel ...

    Amanda Quick's second foray into the world of the 1930s is even better than the first. I was caught up the mystery from the beginning, and even when I thought all was told there was yet a little more to getting the whole story. There were twists and turns, and each time I thought "what...

    Originally posted on lampshadereader.com Thanks to Penguin First-to-Read program for a copy of this book. Back in Burning Cove and it seems as dangerous as ever. The Other Lady Vanishes is another riveting mystery set in the 1930s. This time focusing on the seemingly doomed cha...

  • Sheila Melo
    May 10, 2018

    I first thought that I would start off this review stating that reading Amanda Quick is a guilty pleasure of mine. Then, I thought that I'm not at all guilty about it, vice versa to be honest. However, Quick's books are definitely a pleasure to read. THE OTHER LADY VANISHES is the s...

    Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup. (posting to blog 5/8/18) Amazon: http://amzn.to/2EcOK06 It's Amanda Quick. You know it's gonna be fantastic. And it was. It really was. The Gist: Some seriously shady shit is going down and Adelaide seems to be at the middle of ...

    The whole escape from the insane asylum thing was interesting but I found the romance a bit underwhelming which is a bad sign when it comes to Amanda's books, her characters usually manage to grip me from the very start. On the other hand, Raina and Luther make a big appearance and ...

    I've not read anything by this author before and wasn't aware that it's part of a series. It was done quite well as a stand-alone. It was like watching a black and white noir film, Ms. Quick did an excellent job with the dialog and setting for the pre-war era. I look forward to reading...

    The story begins as Adelaide Blake escapes a private sanitarium. Her time there was dark and Quick shared a chilling story while shedding light on experimentaldrugs and the practice of sending unwanted family members off to mental hospitals. Both threads were chillingand led to mur...

    Reviewed for Wit and Sin Return to the dazzling world of Burning Cove, a place of fantasy and glamour?and also secrets and death. I fell in love with the world of Burning Cove in The Girl Who Knew Too Much and my enchantment with the town only deepened in The Other Lady Vanishe...

    I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. An escape from an insane asylum, Hollywood starlets, a psychic predicting her own death and a mysterious handsome stranger...

    3.5 stars It opens with murder and a daring escape. A promising start. Adelaide has a lot on her plate - reinvention, hiding, building a new life and taking control. Jake Truett was supposed to be mysterious but came off as bland. The murder methods were interesting and varied. ...

    The Other Lady Vanishes is a rather enjoyable historical mystery set in 1930s California and the world of Hollywood's rich and famous. This book is the second book in Burning Cove series, which I didn't know when I started reading it, but it can be read as a stand-alone. I didn't feel ...

    Amanda Quick's second foray into the world of the 1930s is even better than the first. I was caught up the mystery from the beginning, and even when I thought all was told there was yet a little more to getting the whole story. There were twists and turns, and each time I thought "what...

    Originally posted on lampshadereader.com Thanks to Penguin First-to-Read program for a copy of this book. Back in Burning Cove and it seems as dangerous as ever. The Other Lady Vanishes is another riveting mystery set in the 1930s. This time focusing on the seemingly doomed cha...

    The Other Lady Vanishes by Amanda Quick created a "book hangover" for me. So as soon as I finished it, I immediately went to the first page and read it again. I've been reading Ms. Krentz's books for over 30 years under all of her names and am rarely disappointed. This book was no exce...

    See the full review at HarlequinJunkie.com What a fun ride it was reading The Other Lady Vanishes! Stylish and exciting, Amanda Quick definitely delivered with this second book in her 1930s era Burning Cove series. ?They were partners, at least for a while, bound together by a...

    Love, love, love these books. How Jayne Ann Krentz transforms herself into Amanda Quick has always been a mystery to me. ...

    4 stars. Quite an interesting plot with AQ's typical male and female leads. Didn't have as much of the glitz and glamour of the golden age of Hollywood as I would've liked, but the "technology" of the day such as payphone booths, long distance operators and open-top automobiles prov...

    It seems the author woke up in the last 5% of the book and tried to pack in the mystery and drama that were missing in the first 95%. ...

    The Other Lady Vanishes by Amanda Quick is the 2nd book in her Burning Cove series. This story takes place during the 1930?s in the small town of Burning Cove, California. Some of the characters we met in the first book have secondary roles, as we return to Burning Cove. We meet ...

    Sweet and a bit suspenseful, The Other Lady Vanishes is a fun read with a murder mystery twist. This is a page turner for me as I tried to figure out what was going on. I wanted to figure out Adelaide's story as well as who committed the murder. As the secrets are slowly revealed, I'm ...

    Reading Adelaide and Jake's story reminded me that Amanda Quick/Jayne Anne Krentz/Jayne Castle always manages to include story lines that highlight power imbalances and injustices in society based on gender, social class, and sexual orientation. Set in the era of the Hollywood stud...

    I would have liked a little more romance in the romance vs plot ratio, but I found this pretty enjoyable. And the cover is absolutely striking. **Read for the Happily Ever After square in Ripped Bodice Bingo (and because the library coughed up my hold at the right time)** ...

    Thank you Berkley Publishing for this ARC. This is a fun, quick read. A good mix of suspense, romance and a wonderful historical setting. This is book two in a series, but can easily be read as a stand alone. Adelaide is a tearoom waitress with a very big secret. She meets Jake who has...

    This is the second book in this series that I have read and I enjoyed this as much as the first. This book focuses on a young woman that escapes from an insane asylum where she was held against her will. The book has many twists and turns and an ending that does not disappoint. An exce...

    *The 3rd star is a "benefit of the doubt" star.* I won a copy of this book in a Goodreads giveaway. I have to start out by saying that I am not the type of person who should be reading uncorrected proofs (which is what my copy is). I discovered how much misspellings, missing word...

    Gothic atmosphere melds with a 1930s California setting in Quick's latest delightfully entertaining novel. Adelaide Blake has escaped an insane asylum and hidden herself in a little coastal town where she is attempting to live quietly- but the murder of a fake psychic, the attention ...

    One of the things I most enjoy about Amanda Quick's novels is the formulaic predictability: When I select to spend a Friday evening with one of these books, I know what I'm getting and know I will enjoy it thoroughly. The first book in this new Burning Cove series (The Girl Who Kne...

    "The Other Lady Vanishes" is an excellent second installment in Quick's Burning Cove series. The book follows Adelaide, a tea room waitress who is establishing a life for herself in Burning Cove after escaping from being forcibly held in a sanatorium. She crosses paths with Jake Truett...

    I received this book for free from Netgalley in order to prepare an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review."He knew that Adelaide was not telling him everything but he also sensed that she was not lying to him. Fair enough. She had a righ...

  • Adele Boynton
    May 12, 2018

    I first thought that I would start off this review stating that reading Amanda Quick is a guilty pleasure of mine. Then, I thought that I'm not at all guilty about it, vice versa to be honest. However, Quick's books are definitely a pleasure to read. THE OTHER LADY VANISHES is the s...

    Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup. (posting to blog 5/8/18) Amazon: http://amzn.to/2EcOK06 It's Amanda Quick. You know it's gonna be fantastic. And it was. It really was. The Gist: Some seriously shady shit is going down and Adelaide seems to be at the middle of ...

    The whole escape from the insane asylum thing was interesting but I found the romance a bit underwhelming which is a bad sign when it comes to Amanda's books, her characters usually manage to grip me from the very start. On the other hand, Raina and Luther make a big appearance and ...

    I've not read anything by this author before and wasn't aware that it's part of a series. It was done quite well as a stand-alone. It was like watching a black and white noir film, Ms. Quick did an excellent job with the dialog and setting for the pre-war era. I look forward to reading...

    The story begins as Adelaide Blake escapes a private sanitarium. Her time there was dark and Quick shared a chilling story while shedding light on experimentaldrugs and the practice of sending unwanted family members off to mental hospitals. Both threads were chillingand led to mur...

    Reviewed for Wit and Sin Return to the dazzling world of Burning Cove, a place of fantasy and glamour?and also secrets and death. I fell in love with the world of Burning Cove in The Girl Who Knew Too Much and my enchantment with the town only deepened in The Other Lady Vanishe...

    I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. An escape from an insane asylum, Hollywood starlets, a psychic predicting her own death and a mysterious handsome stranger...

    3.5 stars It opens with murder and a daring escape. A promising start. Adelaide has a lot on her plate - reinvention, hiding, building a new life and taking control. Jake Truett was supposed to be mysterious but came off as bland. The murder methods were interesting and varied. ...

    The Other Lady Vanishes is a rather enjoyable historical mystery set in 1930s California and the world of Hollywood's rich and famous. This book is the second book in Burning Cove series, which I didn't know when I started reading it, but it can be read as a stand-alone. I didn't feel ...

    Amanda Quick's second foray into the world of the 1930s is even better than the first. I was caught up the mystery from the beginning, and even when I thought all was told there was yet a little more to getting the whole story. There were twists and turns, and each time I thought "what...

    Originally posted on lampshadereader.com Thanks to Penguin First-to-Read program for a copy of this book. Back in Burning Cove and it seems as dangerous as ever. The Other Lady Vanishes is another riveting mystery set in the 1930s. This time focusing on the seemingly doomed cha...

    The Other Lady Vanishes by Amanda Quick created a "book hangover" for me. So as soon as I finished it, I immediately went to the first page and read it again. I've been reading Ms. Krentz's books for over 30 years under all of her names and am rarely disappointed. This book was no exce...

    See the full review at HarlequinJunkie.com What a fun ride it was reading The Other Lady Vanishes! Stylish and exciting, Amanda Quick definitely delivered with this second book in her 1930s era Burning Cove series. ?They were partners, at least for a while, bound together by a...

    Love, love, love these books. How Jayne Ann Krentz transforms herself into Amanda Quick has always been a mystery to me. ...

    4 stars. Quite an interesting plot with AQ's typical male and female leads. Didn't have as much of the glitz and glamour of the golden age of Hollywood as I would've liked, but the "technology" of the day such as payphone booths, long distance operators and open-top automobiles prov...

    It seems the author woke up in the last 5% of the book and tried to pack in the mystery and drama that were missing in the first 95%. ...

  • Mindy Tysinger
    Apr 08, 2018

    I first thought that I would start off this review stating that reading Amanda Quick is a guilty pleasure of mine. Then, I thought that I'm not at all guilty about it, vice versa to be honest. However, Quick's books are definitely a pleasure to read. THE OTHER LADY VANISHES is the s...

    Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup. (posting to blog 5/8/18) Amazon: http://amzn.to/2EcOK06 It's Amanda Quick. You know it's gonna be fantastic. And it was. It really was. The Gist: Some seriously shady shit is going down and Adelaide seems to be at the middle of ...

    The whole escape from the insane asylum thing was interesting but I found the romance a bit underwhelming which is a bad sign when it comes to Amanda's books, her characters usually manage to grip me from the very start. On the other hand, Raina and Luther make a big appearance and ...

    I've not read anything by this author before and wasn't aware that it's part of a series. It was done quite well as a stand-alone. It was like watching a black and white noir film, Ms. Quick did an excellent job with the dialog and setting for the pre-war era. I look forward to reading...

    The story begins as Adelaide Blake escapes a private sanitarium. Her time there was dark and Quick shared a chilling story while shedding light on experimentaldrugs and the practice of sending unwanted family members off to mental hospitals. Both threads were chillingand led to mur...

    Reviewed for Wit and Sin Return to the dazzling world of Burning Cove, a place of fantasy and glamour?and also secrets and death. I fell in love with the world of Burning Cove in The Girl Who Knew Too Much and my enchantment with the town only deepened in The Other Lady Vanishe...

    I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. An escape from an insane asylum, Hollywood starlets, a psychic predicting her own death and a mysterious handsome stranger...

    3.5 stars It opens with murder and a daring escape. A promising start. Adelaide has a lot on her plate - reinvention, hiding, building a new life and taking control. Jake Truett was supposed to be mysterious but came off as bland. The murder methods were interesting and varied. ...

    The Other Lady Vanishes is a rather enjoyable historical mystery set in 1930s California and the world of Hollywood's rich and famous. This book is the second book in Burning Cove series, which I didn't know when I started reading it, but it can be read as a stand-alone. I didn't feel ...

    Amanda Quick's second foray into the world of the 1930s is even better than the first. I was caught up the mystery from the beginning, and even when I thought all was told there was yet a little more to getting the whole story. There were twists and turns, and each time I thought "what...

    Originally posted on lampshadereader.com Thanks to Penguin First-to-Read program for a copy of this book. Back in Burning Cove and it seems as dangerous as ever. The Other Lady Vanishes is another riveting mystery set in the 1930s. This time focusing on the seemingly doomed cha...

    The Other Lady Vanishes by Amanda Quick created a "book hangover" for me. So as soon as I finished it, I immediately went to the first page and read it again. I've been reading Ms. Krentz's books for over 30 years under all of her names and am rarely disappointed. This book was no exce...

    See the full review at HarlequinJunkie.com What a fun ride it was reading The Other Lady Vanishes! Stylish and exciting, Amanda Quick definitely delivered with this second book in her 1930s era Burning Cove series. ?They were partners, at least for a while, bound together by a...

    Love, love, love these books. How Jayne Ann Krentz transforms herself into Amanda Quick has always been a mystery to me. ...

    4 stars. Quite an interesting plot with AQ's typical male and female leads. Didn't have as much of the glitz and glamour of the golden age of Hollywood as I would've liked, but the "technology" of the day such as payphone booths, long distance operators and open-top automobiles prov...

    It seems the author woke up in the last 5% of the book and tried to pack in the mystery and drama that were missing in the first 95%. ...

    The Other Lady Vanishes by Amanda Quick is the 2nd book in her Burning Cove series. This story takes place during the 1930?s in the small town of Burning Cove, California. Some of the characters we met in the first book have secondary roles, as we return to Burning Cove. We meet ...

    Sweet and a bit suspenseful, The Other Lady Vanishes is a fun read with a murder mystery twist. This is a page turner for me as I tried to figure out what was going on. I wanted to figure out Adelaide's story as well as who committed the murder. As the secrets are slowly revealed, I'm ...

    Reading Adelaide and Jake's story reminded me that Amanda Quick/Jayne Anne Krentz/Jayne Castle always manages to include story lines that highlight power imbalances and injustices in society based on gender, social class, and sexual orientation. Set in the era of the Hollywood stud...

    I would have liked a little more romance in the romance vs plot ratio, but I found this pretty enjoyable. And the cover is absolutely striking. **Read for the Happily Ever After square in Ripped Bodice Bingo (and because the library coughed up my hold at the right time)** ...

    Thank you Berkley Publishing for this ARC. This is a fun, quick read. A good mix of suspense, romance and a wonderful historical setting. This is book two in a series, but can easily be read as a stand alone. Adelaide is a tearoom waitress with a very big secret. She meets Jake who has...

    This is the second book in this series that I have read and I enjoyed this as much as the first. This book focuses on a young woman that escapes from an insane asylum where she was held against her will. The book has many twists and turns and an ending that does not disappoint. An exce...

  • Under the Covers Book Blog
    Jun 07, 2018

    I first thought that I would start off this review stating that reading Amanda Quick is a guilty pleasure of mine. Then, I thought that I'm not at all guilty about it, vice versa to be honest. However, Quick's books are definitely a pleasure to read. THE OTHER LADY VANISHES is the s...

    Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup. (posting to blog 5/8/18) Amazon: http://amzn.to/2EcOK06 It's Amanda Quick. You know it's gonna be fantastic. And it was. It really was. The Gist: Some seriously shady shit is going down and Adelaide seems to be at the middle of ...

    The whole escape from the insane asylum thing was interesting but I found the romance a bit underwhelming which is a bad sign when it comes to Amanda's books, her characters usually manage to grip me from the very start. On the other hand, Raina and Luther make a big appearance and ...

    I've not read anything by this author before and wasn't aware that it's part of a series. It was done quite well as a stand-alone. It was like watching a black and white noir film, Ms. Quick did an excellent job with the dialog and setting for the pre-war era. I look forward to reading...

    The story begins as Adelaide Blake escapes a private sanitarium. Her time there was dark and Quick shared a chilling story while shedding light on experimentaldrugs and the practice of sending unwanted family members off to mental hospitals. Both threads were chillingand led to mur...

    Reviewed for Wit and Sin Return to the dazzling world of Burning Cove, a place of fantasy and glamour?and also secrets and death. I fell in love with the world of Burning Cove in The Girl Who Knew Too Much and my enchantment with the town only deepened in The Other Lady Vanishe...

    I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. An escape from an insane asylum, Hollywood starlets, a psychic predicting her own death and a mysterious handsome stranger...

  • Natalie
    May 06, 2018

    I first thought that I would start off this review stating that reading Amanda Quick is a guilty pleasure of mine. Then, I thought that I'm not at all guilty about it, vice versa to be honest. However, Quick's books are definitely a pleasure to read. THE OTHER LADY VANISHES is the s...

    Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup. (posting to blog 5/8/18) Amazon: http://amzn.to/2EcOK06 It's Amanda Quick. You know it's gonna be fantastic. And it was. It really was. The Gist: Some seriously shady shit is going down and Adelaide seems to be at the middle of ...

    The whole escape from the insane asylum thing was interesting but I found the romance a bit underwhelming which is a bad sign when it comes to Amanda's books, her characters usually manage to grip me from the very start. On the other hand, Raina and Luther make a big appearance and ...

    I've not read anything by this author before and wasn't aware that it's part of a series. It was done quite well as a stand-alone. It was like watching a black and white noir film, Ms. Quick did an excellent job with the dialog and setting for the pre-war era. I look forward to reading...

    The story begins as Adelaide Blake escapes a private sanitarium. Her time there was dark and Quick shared a chilling story while shedding light on experimentaldrugs and the practice of sending unwanted family members off to mental hospitals. Both threads were chillingand led to mur...

    Reviewed for Wit and Sin Return to the dazzling world of Burning Cove, a place of fantasy and glamour?and also secrets and death. I fell in love with the world of Burning Cove in The Girl Who Knew Too Much and my enchantment with the town only deepened in The Other Lady Vanishe...

    I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. An escape from an insane asylum, Hollywood starlets, a psychic predicting her own death and a mysterious handsome stranger...

    3.5 stars It opens with murder and a daring escape. A promising start. Adelaide has a lot on her plate - reinvention, hiding, building a new life and taking control. Jake Truett was supposed to be mysterious but came off as bland. The murder methods were interesting and varied. ...

    The Other Lady Vanishes is a rather enjoyable historical mystery set in 1930s California and the world of Hollywood's rich and famous. This book is the second book in Burning Cove series, which I didn't know when I started reading it, but it can be read as a stand-alone. I didn't feel ...

    Amanda Quick's second foray into the world of the 1930s is even better than the first. I was caught up the mystery from the beginning, and even when I thought all was told there was yet a little more to getting the whole story. There were twists and turns, and each time I thought "what...

    Originally posted on lampshadereader.com Thanks to Penguin First-to-Read program for a copy of this book. Back in Burning Cove and it seems as dangerous as ever. The Other Lady Vanishes is another riveting mystery set in the 1930s. This time focusing on the seemingly doomed cha...

    The Other Lady Vanishes by Amanda Quick created a "book hangover" for me. So as soon as I finished it, I immediately went to the first page and read it again. I've been reading Ms. Krentz's books for over 30 years under all of her names and am rarely disappointed. This book was no exce...

    See the full review at HarlequinJunkie.com What a fun ride it was reading The Other Lady Vanishes! Stylish and exciting, Amanda Quick definitely delivered with this second book in her 1930s era Burning Cove series. ?They were partners, at least for a while, bound together by a...

    Love, love, love these books. How Jayne Ann Krentz transforms herself into Amanda Quick has always been a mystery to me. ...

    4 stars. Quite an interesting plot with AQ's typical male and female leads. Didn't have as much of the glitz and glamour of the golden age of Hollywood as I would've liked, but the "technology" of the day such as payphone booths, long distance operators and open-top automobiles prov...

    It seems the author woke up in the last 5% of the book and tried to pack in the mystery and drama that were missing in the first 95%. ...

    The Other Lady Vanishes by Amanda Quick is the 2nd book in her Burning Cove series. This story takes place during the 1930?s in the small town of Burning Cove, California. Some of the characters we met in the first book have secondary roles, as we return to Burning Cove. We meet ...

    Sweet and a bit suspenseful, The Other Lady Vanishes is a fun read with a murder mystery twist. This is a page turner for me as I tried to figure out what was going on. I wanted to figure out Adelaide's story as well as who committed the murder. As the secrets are slowly revealed, I'm ...

    Reading Adelaide and Jake's story reminded me that Amanda Quick/Jayne Anne Krentz/Jayne Castle always manages to include story lines that highlight power imbalances and injustices in society based on gender, social class, and sexual orientation. Set in the era of the Hollywood stud...

    I would have liked a little more romance in the romance vs plot ratio, but I found this pretty enjoyable. And the cover is absolutely striking. **Read for the Happily Ever After square in Ripped Bodice Bingo (and because the library coughed up my hold at the right time)** ...

    Thank you Berkley Publishing for this ARC. This is a fun, quick read. A good mix of suspense, romance and a wonderful historical setting. This is book two in a series, but can easily be read as a stand alone. Adelaide is a tearoom waitress with a very big secret. She meets Jake who has...

    This is the second book in this series that I have read and I enjoyed this as much as the first. This book focuses on a young woman that escapes from an insane asylum where she was held against her will. The book has many twists and turns and an ending that does not disappoint. An exce...

    *The 3rd star is a "benefit of the doubt" star.* I won a copy of this book in a Goodreads giveaway. I have to start out by saying that I am not the type of person who should be reading uncorrected proofs (which is what my copy is). I discovered how much misspellings, missing word...

    Gothic atmosphere melds with a 1930s California setting in Quick's latest delightfully entertaining novel. Adelaide Blake has escaped an insane asylum and hidden herself in a little coastal town where she is attempting to live quietly- but the murder of a fake psychic, the attention ...

    One of the things I most enjoy about Amanda Quick's novels is the formulaic predictability: When I select to spend a Friday evening with one of these books, I know what I'm getting and know I will enjoy it thoroughly. The first book in this new Burning Cove series (The Girl Who Kne...

    "The Other Lady Vanishes" is an excellent second installment in Quick's Burning Cove series. The book follows Adelaide, a tea room waitress who is establishing a life for herself in Burning Cove after escaping from being forcibly held in a sanatorium. She crosses paths with Jake Truett...

    I received this book for free from Netgalley in order to prepare an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review."He knew that Adelaide was not telling him everything but he also sensed that she was not lying to him. Fair enough. She had a righ...

    4.5 /5 From the moment I saw the beautiful citrus colors and Art Deco geometric pattern on the cover of The Other Lady Vanishes, I wanted to dive in. After I read the synopsis and realized I would be reading not only a Romance, but also a Mystery? Well, let?s say I swooned a bit. ...

    Actual rating: 4.5 stars Amanda Quick has written another thrilling romantic suspense story with The Other Lady Vanishes. We have an insane asylum escapee, a hero with apparently delicate nerves, drugs, lies, and glamour. It's everything you need to fall into another world for a tim...

    (5/5) The Other Lady Vanishes is one of the most well written books I?ve read in a while. As a TV fanatic for PLL and Riverdale, I?m used to lose ends not being tied up and questions left unanswered. Quick does an AMAZING job getting to the bottom of every last detail and making su...

  • Lynnae Andersen
    Jun 13, 2018

    I first thought that I would start off this review stating that reading Amanda Quick is a guilty pleasure of mine. Then, I thought that I'm not at all guilty about it, vice versa to be honest. However, Quick's books are definitely a pleasure to read. THE OTHER LADY VANISHES is the s...

    Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup. (posting to blog 5/8/18) Amazon: http://amzn.to/2EcOK06 It's Amanda Quick. You know it's gonna be fantastic. And it was. It really was. The Gist: Some seriously shady shit is going down and Adelaide seems to be at the middle of ...

    The whole escape from the insane asylum thing was interesting but I found the romance a bit underwhelming which is a bad sign when it comes to Amanda's books, her characters usually manage to grip me from the very start. On the other hand, Raina and Luther make a big appearance and ...

    I've not read anything by this author before and wasn't aware that it's part of a series. It was done quite well as a stand-alone. It was like watching a black and white noir film, Ms. Quick did an excellent job with the dialog and setting for the pre-war era. I look forward to reading...

    The story begins as Adelaide Blake escapes a private sanitarium. Her time there was dark and Quick shared a chilling story while shedding light on experimentaldrugs and the practice of sending unwanted family members off to mental hospitals. Both threads were chillingand led to mur...

    Reviewed for Wit and Sin Return to the dazzling world of Burning Cove, a place of fantasy and glamour?and also secrets and death. I fell in love with the world of Burning Cove in The Girl Who Knew Too Much and my enchantment with the town only deepened in The Other Lady Vanishe...

    I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. An escape from an insane asylum, Hollywood starlets, a psychic predicting her own death and a mysterious handsome stranger...

    3.5 stars It opens with murder and a daring escape. A promising start. Adelaide has a lot on her plate - reinvention, hiding, building a new life and taking control. Jake Truett was supposed to be mysterious but came off as bland. The murder methods were interesting and varied. ...

    The Other Lady Vanishes is a rather enjoyable historical mystery set in 1930s California and the world of Hollywood's rich and famous. This book is the second book in Burning Cove series, which I didn't know when I started reading it, but it can be read as a stand-alone. I didn't feel ...

    Amanda Quick's second foray into the world of the 1930s is even better than the first. I was caught up the mystery from the beginning, and even when I thought all was told there was yet a little more to getting the whole story. There were twists and turns, and each time I thought "what...

    Originally posted on lampshadereader.com Thanks to Penguin First-to-Read program for a copy of this book. Back in Burning Cove and it seems as dangerous as ever. The Other Lady Vanishes is another riveting mystery set in the 1930s. This time focusing on the seemingly doomed cha...

    The Other Lady Vanishes by Amanda Quick created a "book hangover" for me. So as soon as I finished it, I immediately went to the first page and read it again. I've been reading Ms. Krentz's books for over 30 years under all of her names and am rarely disappointed. This book was no exce...

    See the full review at HarlequinJunkie.com What a fun ride it was reading The Other Lady Vanishes! Stylish and exciting, Amanda Quick definitely delivered with this second book in her 1930s era Burning Cove series. ?They were partners, at least for a while, bound together by a...

    Love, love, love these books. How Jayne Ann Krentz transforms herself into Amanda Quick has always been a mystery to me. ...

    4 stars. Quite an interesting plot with AQ's typical male and female leads. Didn't have as much of the glitz and glamour of the golden age of Hollywood as I would've liked, but the "technology" of the day such as payphone booths, long distance operators and open-top automobiles prov...

    It seems the author woke up in the last 5% of the book and tried to pack in the mystery and drama that were missing in the first 95%. ...

    The Other Lady Vanishes by Amanda Quick is the 2nd book in her Burning Cove series. This story takes place during the 1930?s in the small town of Burning Cove, California. Some of the characters we met in the first book have secondary roles, as we return to Burning Cove. We meet ...

    Sweet and a bit suspenseful, The Other Lady Vanishes is a fun read with a murder mystery twist. This is a page turner for me as I tried to figure out what was going on. I wanted to figure out Adelaide's story as well as who committed the murder. As the secrets are slowly revealed, I'm ...

    Reading Adelaide and Jake's story reminded me that Amanda Quick/Jayne Anne Krentz/Jayne Castle always manages to include story lines that highlight power imbalances and injustices in society based on gender, social class, and sexual orientation. Set in the era of the Hollywood stud...

    I would have liked a little more romance in the romance vs plot ratio, but I found this pretty enjoyable. And the cover is absolutely striking. **Read for the Happily Ever After square in Ripped Bodice Bingo (and because the library coughed up my hold at the right time)** ...

    Thank you Berkley Publishing for this ARC. This is a fun, quick read. A good mix of suspense, romance and a wonderful historical setting. This is book two in a series, but can easily be read as a stand alone. Adelaide is a tearoom waitress with a very big secret. She meets Jake who has...

    This is the second book in this series that I have read and I enjoyed this as much as the first. This book focuses on a young woman that escapes from an insane asylum where she was held against her will. The book has many twists and turns and an ending that does not disappoint. An exce...

    *The 3rd star is a "benefit of the doubt" star.* I won a copy of this book in a Goodreads giveaway. I have to start out by saying that I am not the type of person who should be reading uncorrected proofs (which is what my copy is). I discovered how much misspellings, missing word...

    Gothic atmosphere melds with a 1930s California setting in Quick's latest delightfully entertaining novel. Adelaide Blake has escaped an insane asylum and hidden herself in a little coastal town where she is attempting to live quietly- but the murder of a fake psychic, the attention ...

    One of the things I most enjoy about Amanda Quick's novels is the formulaic predictability: When I select to spend a Friday evening with one of these books, I know what I'm getting and know I will enjoy it thoroughly. The first book in this new Burning Cove series (The Girl Who Kne...

    "The Other Lady Vanishes" is an excellent second installment in Quick's Burning Cove series. The book follows Adelaide, a tea room waitress who is establishing a life for herself in Burning Cove after escaping from being forcibly held in a sanatorium. She crosses paths with Jake Truett...

    I received this book for free from Netgalley in order to prepare an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review."He knew that Adelaide was not telling him everything but he also sensed that she was not lying to him. Fair enough. She had a righ...

    4.5 /5 From the moment I saw the beautiful citrus colors and Art Deco geometric pattern on the cover of The Other Lady Vanishes, I wanted to dive in. After I read the synopsis and realized I would be reading not only a Romance, but also a Mystery? Well, let?s say I swooned a bit. ...