Mason's Missing (A Tuper Mystery Book 1)

Mason s Missing A Tuper Mystery Book Tuper is helping find five year old Mason who was presumedly taken by his father but when Mason s father is found unconscious Mason has disappeared again In an impossible search during a bitterly c

  • Title: Mason's Missing (A Tuper Mystery Book 1)
  • Author: Teresa Burrell
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 400
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Tuper is helping find five year old Mason, who was presumedly taken by his father, but when Mason s father is found unconscious, Mason has disappeared again In an impossible search during a bitterly cold Montana blizzard, old cowboy Tuper and his hacker friend Lana s quest blurs into one of insanity and murder As wounded Tuper fights to stay alive in the bitter cold, LanTuper is helping find five year old Mason, who was presumedly taken by his father, but when Mason s father is found unconscious, Mason has disappeared again In an impossible search during a bitterly cold Montana blizzard, old cowboy Tuper and his hacker friend Lana s quest blurs into one of insanity and murder As wounded Tuper fights to stay alive in the bitter cold, Lana searches cyberspace and finds someone is working hard to ensure certain secrets remain secret especially Mason s true identity.

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    1. Tuper, a laconic aging cowboy in Montana with a mysterious past, agrees to help a woman find her five-year-old son, Mason. Tuper has three interests – guns, gambling, and women. He knows a lot of people and he can get things done, but this case is much more complicated than what it appears. What he thinks might be custodial interference turns out to be something much more sinister and sad. Tuper is helped in his quest by a mysterious young woman with mad hacker skills, and a network of friends [...]

    2. This is a spin-off of The Advocate series. Tuper has been hired to find a kidnapped child. He knows something is not right with the story he has been given but he cannot figure out what is wrong. Lana enters his life the same night he was hired. Turns out she is good with computers and can help in his investigation. She uncovers more than either of them expected.I liked this story. It is fast moving. Tuper and Lana are fun. Tuper is pig-headed and stubborn but so is Lana and Lana talks to hersel [...]

    3. Another good book by BurrellFast quick paced read. Some twists in the storyline till the very end. I hope Next book is about Lana?

    4. Five-year-old, Mason Jenkins, is missing in Helena, Montana. Tuper (the only name he's known by), a crusty cowboy-type detective, has been recruited by Mason's mother to find him. The story follows lead after lead and interesting characters through a search that terminates in a very unexpected ending. There are people I hated and people I loved, and people who totally fooled me. This is a page-turner that I really enjoyed. A few characters from the Advocate series are incorporated into the story [...]

    5. Tuper was introduced in an earlier book. Now he has his own series. He's an interesting, off-beat, old-school character who connects with a mysterious young computer geek to solve this story about a missing child. The setting is as much a character in this book as the people areautiful, yet desolate. I thought I had it all figured out, but I was not even close to what really happened. I received a complimentary copy in advance of publication.

    6. I am a big fan of Ms. Burrell's Advocate series and was thrilled to see this new spin-off. I'll admit that it's been a while since I read the Advocate's Felony, so I didn't remember too much about Tuper going into this. Now that I've finished this book, I can't wait for more! The mystery was engaging as always. I really enjoyed the twists and turns, and was definitely surprised by the final twist at the end! Tuper and Lana had a fun dynamic, and I was laughing at Tuper's resistance of technology [...]

    7. Excellent First BookAlthough the explanations get a little convoluted in the wrap up, Burrell wrote a solid story with great characters. Tuper everyone needs a friend like this Old West favorite, the strong, silent type. And having a tech savvy side kick like Lana brings him into this century. Love that they have secrets to be revealed as the series progresses. Can't wait to read more!

    8. Really a really good mysteryI've always enjoyed Teresa grills characters. This new character, while adding JP and saw Sabre in the distant background kept the story moving along. Fall they were many twists and turns and a few confusing times it kept my interest off until the end. The end was not predictable. I like her new character s of Tuber and Lana. This book leaves you wanting more of this duo.

    9. As always I love Ms. Burrell's books! I love this story line and how the characters from her Advocate series (which I thoroughly enjoyed) are interwoven thru this plot. The characters in this one, as always, are so relatable it's like I know them in another life.I'm on Teresa Burrell's list to be notified when anything new she writes becomes available.

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    11. Burrell writes the Advocate series involving Sabre Brown, a juvenile case advocate and her private investigator cum boyfriend JP Torn. Tuper played a minor part in the sixth book of the last Advocate series. I found him mysterious, weird and very quiet in that book. But he looked equally interesting as JP Torn. Burrell may have decided to start a series with Tuper as a main character. While Tuper was his crusty self, none of his back story was told unless you believe the story of the bear. He’ [...]

    12. First let me say, I received this book in exchange for a fair and honest review.Secondly let me say, I truly love Teresa Burrell's "The Advocate's" series of books. Many of us readers met Tuper during the sixth book of the series, "The Advocate's Felony". Tuper is a semi-throwback to the mountain men of old, and you know he has a whopper of a backstory although he never spoke of it and it was never revealed. However, when you know "everyone" in Montana, and they all "owe" youere has to be a dooz [...]

    13. Tuper is an aging cowboy from Montana with the looks of Sam Elliott and a way with guns, gambling and women. He also has a way with solving crime. When he is approached by a woman pleading with him to find her 5 year old son who was taken from school how can he refuse. But Tuper soon finds out that one mystery leads to another. Once again Teresa has written characters that you can't help but like. From Clarice the bartender to Lana the young woman who happens into Tupers life and seems quite con [...]

    14. I enjoyed reading this first book in the new Tuper series. Teresa has really fleshed out who Tuper is & I can see why he and JP are good friends. And I want to know more about his sidekick Lana. The book has a number of interesting twists and everything is not as it originally appears to be.I am looking forward to more books in this series!

    15. Mason's Missing is a great story. Any parent with children would understand the horror of their child being missing. The believed in the characters right from the beginning of the book, and I was kept thinking, beginning to end. I look forward to more from Teresa Burrell. Thanks to First Reads for a copy of Mason's Missing.

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