In Missing Persons, Dr. Alan Gregory is investigating a missing persons case, hence the title. Meanwhile, a woman is killed in his colleague's office. Later, this same colleague goes missing. All of this makes for a convoluted story that is at times hard to follow. Gregory is continually conflicted about disclosing patient information as he tries to help find the girl and his colleague. The book failed to hold my interest in its entirety. As the story progressed, I found it to be continually harder to follow, and I also found myself not trying very hard to follow it. I've read other novels by Stephen White, and I don't find him to be an effective or engaging story teller. I would pass on this novel.
Carl Alves - author of Two For Eternity