Book Review: Missing Angel (Agent Tori Hunter #4) by Roger Stelljes

The fourth book in Roger StelljesAgent Tori Hunter series and published in 2022, Missing Angel sees Agent Tori Hunter race to the scene of the kidnapping of 12-year-old Isabella who is taken on her bike ride home from school. Witnesses saw a man throw her into the back of his blue van and speed away. Terrified that a child she loves like her own might be next, Tori knows every second counts in the hunt for the missing girl.

Isabella’s distraught parents insist no one would want to harm their perfect family. But while searching a stretch of road where the van was last seen, Tori finds a tiny clue: an angel-shaped charm. Isabella was here. But what chance is there that she is being kept alive?

Unable to trust Isabella’s parents, as Tori closes in on the truth she realises someone already known to police must be involved: and she herself is in terrible danger. But even if Tori makes the ultimate sacrifice, will it be enough to find this innocent girl before she disappears forever?


A gripping investigation and fast-paced thriller, Missing Angel is a strong police procedural with likeable characters.

As the fourth book in the series, it can definitely be read as a standalone although I would always recommend reading the other books first to get a better understanding of the characters and their relationships. But if you’re looking for an easy-to-read thriller with an interesting case, this is definitely a great book to pick up!

My interest usually starts to wain when drug cartels and gangs are involved, but I thought this subplot was tied up quite succinctly and added so much to Tori’s character development at the same time.

I look forward to seeing what happens next!


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