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The Thinnest Air

A womans disappearance exposes a life of secrets in a twisting novel of psychological suspense from the author of The Memory Watcher.Meredith Price is the luckiest woman alive. Her husband, Andrew, is a charming and successful financial broker. She has two lovely stepchildren and is living in affluence in a mountain resort town. After three years of marriage, Merediths life has become predictable. Until the day she disappears.Her car has been discovered in a grocery store parking lotpurse and phone undisturbed on the passenger seat, keys in the ignition, no sign of struggle, and no evidence of foul play. Its as if she vanished into thin air.Its not like Meredith to simply abandon her loved ones. And no one in this town would have reason to harm her. When her desperate sister, Greer, arrives, she must face a disturbing question: What if no one really knows Meredith at all? For Greer, finding her sister isnt going to be easybecause where shes looking is going to get very, very dark....

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The Thinnest Air Reviews

  • Holly  B


    This is my third book by this author. She has a way of building suspense that is completely addictive. I was thrilled when I saw she had a new book coming out.

    This one involves a missing wife and the search to find her. This produced a lot of page turning on my part and my mind imagining some crazy elaborate, tangled twist (sorry it didn't happen for me).  I thought there were so many possibilities for a completely mind-bending turn. Turns out to be a highly predictable story with

  • Susan

    I could not put this book down. Minks Kent can write. So I give this four stars for sheer escapism, but there was just something missing with the characters. Meredith was clueless, Greer was just too hard, what was up with the male characters...but I will definitely read more of her work. She writes in a way that just keeps you turning the pages and THAT is a real gift.

  • Susan Swiderski

    This was a Kindle First choice for June.

    I didn't dislike this book, but it didn't blow me away, either. The characters weren't particularly likable, and the story was rather predictable, but it had its moments. The writing is quite good in some places, and all-in-all, reading this book was an okay way to spend an evening. Way better than watching TV!

  • Stepheny


    That was...just....blech.

  • Sarah

    This was a fun thriller that kept me turning pages, but not a stand out. I was a bit meh about how things wrapped up, and I didn't find the end very climactic. It's a good read for something exciting to spend a few hours on, but probably won't be very memorable for me.

    Some spoiler-y thoughts about the ending:

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  • Melissa In The City 🥂

    Really good. Twisty and turn-y. Minka Kent always has a way with making the everyday psycho 10 times more crazy! 😂

  • Giulia

    I am teetering between giving a 3 or 4 star review. Good writing, interesting plot, clever and unique with fairly fleshed out characters lead me to give a 4 but then the ending........rushed and too pat. 3.5stars and that is generous --of course, that is just my opinion.. The story was just too superficial and one of the story lines was completely unbelievable. However, I still would recommend.

  • Lora

    2.5 stars I guess lol. This was a free book for me with Amazon Prime this month and I’m very happy I didn’t actually buy it. I really enjoyed Minka’s book, The Perfect Roommate, but this one just irritated me so much. I didn’t like any of the characters. I maybe could’ve liked Meredith but I don’t think I had a chance to get to know her all that well. Greer, the main character, in my opinion, was so annoying. And the book was chock full of cliches and repetition. For example, if I would’ve had t ...more