Another book read while on holiday was Lisa Gardner's Gone.
This book brings back two very good characters, Lorainne "Rainie" Connor and her husband, Pierce Quincy. The book starts with Rainie driving during a rather heavy Oregon rainstorm, and then she just . . . disappears. Her car is found a little later, with her purse still in it, the engine running, and the dirver's side door open. But no Rainie.
Quincy, his daughter, and her boyfriend (all are in law enforcement - Quincy doing private practice) arrive to assist the team with finding the missing Rainie. Making matters worse, Rainie was working as a child advocate for a very difficult boy, Dougie, prior to going missing. Dougie seems to know that Rainie is gone and that "she got what she deserved."
There are a lot of characters in this book, and it was hard to keep track of them all. When the actual kidnapper is revealed, I had to go back and determine when it was that Quincy determined that fact. But all in all, another solid novel from Gardner. By the way, it rains in Oregon. A lot (well, at least in this book it does).