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In the first book of the Suitcase Girl Trilogy, Agent Abby Kane discovers an unlikely connection with a little girl found outside the offices of the FBI. In an effort to learn where the child came from, Abby brings the girl home with her, thinking a family environment might jog the girl’s memory. Abby’s efforts pay off as the investigation points toward human trafficking. O In the first book of the Suitcase Girl Trilogy, Agent Abby Kane discovers an unlikely connection with a little girl found outside the offices of the FBI. In an effort to learn where the child came from, Abby brings the girl home with her, thinking a family environment might jog the girl’s memory. Abby’s efforts pay off as the investigation points toward human trafficking. Only it doesn’t end there. As Abby continues to dig, indicators suggest there’s something more, something unthinkable… and quite frankly, unexplainable.


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In the first book of the Suitcase Girl Trilogy, Agent Abby Kane discovers an unlikely connection with a little girl found outside the offices of the FBI. In an effort to learn where the child came from, Abby brings the girl home with her, thinking a family environment might jog the girl’s memory. Abby’s efforts pay off as the investigation points toward human trafficking. O In the first book of the Suitcase Girl Trilogy, Agent Abby Kane discovers an unlikely connection with a little girl found outside the offices of the FBI. In an effort to learn where the child came from, Abby brings the girl home with her, thinking a family environment might jog the girl’s memory. Abby’s efforts pay off as the investigation points toward human trafficking. Only it doesn’t end there. As Abby continues to dig, indicators suggest there’s something more, something unthinkable… and quite frankly, unexplainable.

30 review for Suitcase Girl

  1. 5 out of 5

    Una Tiers

    Shame on you author Ty. This book is permanently free, but lacks an ending. The 'tactic' is sleazy and no, I will not buy the next book under these circumstances.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Stacy

    No ending The writing was average. I kept reading in hopes of understand ing what was going on. I dislike reading a story when nothing's resoled nor explained. Seems no effort was made to complete the book

  3. 4 out of 5

    Cheryl

    This is a 3.5 star read.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Petrina

    Hard to follow This story read more like science fiction than anything else, and I found it hard to follow. The link between Kane and the little girl. The mysterious guy who "helped" the young girl. The reason/organization behind why she was made. I guess made is the correct word. I know there is another book coming that will hopefully answer questions left by this book, but it was so strange I would forget the plot and be even more confused by the time the other book is available.

  5. 5 out of 5

    N.N. Light

    What a fantastic thriller! I couldn't put it down. The character driven plot kept me riveted. Highly recommend! My Rating: 5 stars Reviewed by: Mrs. N

  6. 5 out of 5

    Lu Etchells

    This is the first of the Abby Kane books I’ve read, and after the shite-show that this novel was, I won’t be reading any more. The plot had the potential to be epic; however, the author has decided to throw out some below standard writing (for perma-free) in the hopes of getting you to buy in to the trilogy. The problem is Ty has clearly fallen foul of his own idea, that the reality is so unthinkable and unexplainable that even he can’t put it in to words – and therefore doesn’t bother. So much is This is the first of the Abby Kane books I’ve read, and after the shite-show that this novel was, I won’t be reading any more. The plot had the potential to be epic; however, the author has decided to throw out some below standard writing (for perma-free) in the hopes of getting you to buy in to the trilogy. The problem is Ty has clearly fallen foul of his own idea, that the reality is so unthinkable and unexplainable that even he can’t put it in to words – and therefore doesn’t bother. So much is set up here, and there is no a single resolution, hint at a resolution or any real cliff hanger to keep you reading. I have zero faith that the second book will go anyway to answering the myriad of questions I have, and therefore I fear I’ll be conned in to buying that, just so the third book maybe makes sense. Yet, will that actually prove any better? Doubtful. Such a very, VERY disappointing read and a shameless trick by someone who, as a best seller, should know infinitely better. It’s an insult, and you have completely lost my attention.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Carolyn

    This title caught my attention and since it was on kindle unlimited, I clicked and started reading. It was an easy read, fast moving and kept my attention throughout. BUT, it ended on a cliffhanger! And the next 2 books of a trilogy are not on kindle unlimited. I feel like I've been tricked because I've spent hours reading what it turns out is only one third of a complete story. Series books are fine. I love to follow characters lives as they move from adventure to adventure. But each book in a s This title caught my attention and since it was on kindle unlimited, I clicked and started reading. It was an easy read, fast moving and kept my attention throughout. BUT, it ended on a cliffhanger! And the next 2 books of a trilogy are not on kindle unlimited. I feel like I've been tricked because I've spent hours reading what it turns out is only one third of a complete story. Series books are fine. I love to follow characters lives as they move from adventure to adventure. But each book in a series should have a resolution of some kind. Suitcase girl gives us no answers, not one. It leaves us with a question: do I love this story enough to buy two more books to finish the story? I think not.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Charles Ray

    When a young girl is left in a suitcase outside the FBI building in San Francisco, FBI agent Abby Kane is intrigued—not just at the unusual way the girl was delivered, but because she is a carbon copy of Abby at that age, almost a clone. Even though there’s no clear FBI interest in the case, Abby arranges to get custody of the girl in order to find out what’s going on, and what she finds has chilling implications, for national security, and for Abby’s own survival. Suitcase Girl by Ty Hutchinson When a young girl is left in a suitcase outside the FBI building in San Francisco, FBI agent Abby Kane is intrigued—not just at the unusual way the girl was delivered, but because she is a carbon copy of Abby at that age, almost a clone. Even though there’s no clear FBI interest in the case, Abby arranges to get custody of the girl in order to find out what’s going on, and what she finds has chilling implications, for national security, and for Abby’s own survival. Suitcase Girl by Ty Hutchinson is a continuation of the Abby Kane mystery series, and also book one of a trilogy that promises even more exciting adventures. Follow Abby as she turns over rock after rock, finding slimy, frightening things under each one. This one will cause you sleepless nights, and not just from the fact that it’s hard to put down once you start reading. The cliffhanger ending is a bit of a turn-off, but as disappointing as it is, I’m still curious to find out what happens next.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Alyssia Cooke

    This is one of those annoying books that doesn't actually end, it just... stops. It doesn't explain anything. It might as well be a prequel to the main event... just a three hundred page one. It also doesn't seem to know where to place itself - in some ways it's a crime thriller, in other ways it is venturing into science fiction. Now, I have nothing against science fiction, but it just didn't seem to fit here. It rang false and seemed out of place. Whilst there's an interesting premise here, I d This is one of those annoying books that doesn't actually end, it just... stops. It doesn't explain anything. It might as well be a prequel to the main event... just a three hundred page one. It also doesn't seem to know where to place itself - in some ways it's a crime thriller, in other ways it is venturing into science fiction. Now, I have nothing against science fiction, but it just didn't seem to fit here. It rang false and seemed out of place. Whilst there's an interesting premise here, I don't think I will bother reading the rest of the trilogy for several reasons. First, I don't like feeling short-changed, and that's what this book did to me. It finishes and you turn the page expecting and... there's nothing there. If your narrative takes you more than one book, you need a good editor. If you are writing a trilogy, you need three individual narratives that tie together. This novel definitely doesn't manage that. Certainly the end of this one is virtually the in-breath to the beginning of the second and I'm not willing to play. Secondly, the science fiction elements and full on shoot out aspects didn't work for me individually, let alone together. The author seemed to have missed a key sensor on realism here, and there were just too many moments where I was sat wondering what the hell this guy was smoking. Think James Bond, crank it up a few steps and add in some random DNA stuff that isn't quite cloning but probably isn't far off... in fact, it's probably even more advanced than cloning and we haven't even got that right yet with humans. Finally, this seemed to be trying to do too many things at the same time. It's trying to be action-adventure, psychological thriller and science fiction and the author just hasn't managed to combine the three properly. Instead it feels clumsy and I couldn't hold my suspension of disbelief... and my suspension of disbelief factor is pretty damn high. This just killed it.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Liza

    The Abby Kane series of books is very enjoyable. We get insights into Abby's family life, her role in the FBI organisation, connection with the SFPD homicide detectives ... and the investigation at the heart of the book. It's not a murder and so there's very little forensic in the story. It's about trying to extract information from the Suitcase Girl who has lost her memory and expanding the team knowledge based on those minor pieces of information. Who is the Suitcase Girl? Why was she dumped o The Abby Kane series of books is very enjoyable. We get insights into Abby's family life, her role in the FBI organisation, connection with the SFPD homicide detectives ... and the investigation at the heart of the book. It's not a murder and so there's very little forensic in the story. It's about trying to extract information from the Suitcase Girl who has lost her memory and expanding the team knowledge based on those minor pieces of information. Who is the Suitcase Girl? Why was she dumped outside the FBI building? Intriguing story.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Amy-K Nunn

    It was a good book although I had to get used to the writing style. It keeps you engaged to read the second book but its not my kind of subject to read so I will not be reading the next book in this series.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Daniel Šturm

    It's not a trilogy, it is one book in three parts I don't believe that people behave like people from this book. I don't believe on hitmen who kill 20 people without any trouble. The book is not horrible. It is just unbelievable.

  13. 4 out of 5

    J.S. Peck

    I enjoyed Suitcase Girl. It read well, and I could easily envision being there for most of the book. Abby and Kang made great partners and I found their simple dialog charming. The idea of how the girls were transported from China to America was inventive and scary to think how easily money that is passed to ignore what's going on is a reminder of the world we live in today. It's a good storyline to be continued in Book 2. I recommend reading this book.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Sandy Wallace

    Surrealistic 'Frisco In this first book in the new Abby Kane trilogy, Ty Hutchinson ends with a stunner worthy of Michael Crichton. I desperately need Books 2 & 3 -- NOW!! (Mr. Hutchinson, are you reading this?) FRI agent Abby Kane and her partner of one year, former SFPD detective Kyle Kang are assigned to investigate the appearance of a 12-year-old girl found inside a suitcase outside of FBI headquarters in San Francisco. The girl -- who looks exactly like Abby -- may have ties to a Chinese huma Surrealistic 'Frisco In this first book in the new Abby Kane trilogy, Ty Hutchinson ends with a stunner worthy of Michael Crichton. I desperately need Books 2 & 3 -- NOW!! (Mr. Hutchinson, are you reading this?) FRI agent Abby Kane and her partner of one year, former SFPD detective Kyle Kang are assigned to investigate the appearance of a 12-year-old girl found inside a suitcase outside of FBI headquarters in San Francisco. The girl -- who looks exactly like Abby -- may have ties to a Chinese human-trafficking and prostitution ring. But WHO is she and WHY was she left at the FBI's door IN A SUITCASE? . As Abby and Kyle investigate, every lead seems to end in murder and more questions, especially "how does Abby's doppelgänger fit into the case?" That question leads to a revelation that will blow your mind and have you screaming at the author -- you'll be saying either "WTF?!?" or "When can I get the next book?" It doesn't get any better than this.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Patty

    I have read several books in this series and have enjoyed them very much. This one I didn't care for that much. It has action and suspense, but I had problems with it holding my attention. This deals with human trafficking from China and three-parents. Not exactly cloning but along that line.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Kathryn

    Brand new to me author and hits it out of the park with this story. An awesome DNA, missing girl, thriller. And it's not finished. Loved these characters and I can't wait to see where the author goes with it.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Gale Pearson

    I feel cheated. Most trilogies can stand alone but leave you wanting more.. this one just doesn’t have an ending. There is no page to turn to get an answer or two. Your only option is to buy book two, and I assume book three to find out how book one ends. Even though I enjoyed the story, I felt I was suckered. The old gothcha, now you have to buy the next one. I don’t think I will.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Karen Loomis

    This was an exciting read with unexpected twists and turns. Looking forward to more by the same author.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Teresa Westwood

    The premise is excellent, but v v easy to read, and whilst very curious it didn’t really hold me. No conclusion as it is first book of a trilogy. Not tempted to read the second book because I guess it will leave you totally hanging again. It would have been better to be all in one book, as you do need some answers to all the questions buzzing around your head!

  20. 4 out of 5

    Ted Tayler

    "Another cliffhanger" I've lost count of the number of reviews I've posted (and read) about this tactic. It's such a shame when the story line is terrific and merits a complete book of its own. What you end up with is an opener to a series which is stretched to the limit to satisfy the word count for a novel. Then you get tempted with the hook to buy the next book in the series. What guarantee do I have that #2 will bring this story to a satisfactory conclusion? Or will I need to buy a third, or "Another cliffhanger" I've lost count of the number of reviews I've posted (and read) about this tactic. It's such a shame when the story line is terrific and merits a complete book of its own. What you end up with is an opener to a series which is stretched to the limit to satisfy the word count for a novel. Then you get tempted with the hook to buy the next book in the series. What guarantee do I have that #2 will bring this story to a satisfactory conclusion? Or will I need to buy a third, or even fourth part? As for this slice of the story I enjoyed the characters, the writing style and the premise of the plot. It offered something different. The fast-moving action and rapid change of scene kept my interest. I even ignored the all too frequent description of the characters eating habits. We're encouraged to eat our 'five a day' but this book suggested American cops have taken that to mean five meals. Perhaps that was one gimmick the author used to stretch the material he had for this part of the story? Who knows? Not for the first time I'm left thinking what a shame it was that the author didn't have the courage of his convictions and write a stand alone novel on this engaging subject.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Charlene

    Abby is back, again, knee-deep in a multi-faceted mystery. What appears to be a case of human trafficking turns into more than Abby and her partner bargain for when a girl is left inside a suitcase out side FBI headquarters. Abby brings the girl into her home and sets off a series of events that could change Abby’s life forever. I am an admitted fan of Mr. Hutchinson’s work, and this may very well be his fastest-paced Abby Kane novel yet. The mystery and suspense were palpable in Suitcase Girl, Abby is back, again, knee-deep in a multi-faceted mystery. What appears to be a case of human trafficking turns into more than Abby and her partner bargain for when a girl is left inside a suitcase out side FBI headquarters. Abby brings the girl into her home and sets off a series of events that could change Abby’s life forever. I am an admitted fan of Mr. Hutchinson’s work, and this may very well be his fastest-paced Abby Kane novel yet. The mystery and suspense were palpable in Suitcase Girl, and as is usually the case, a quirky secret is found that keeps you guessing all the way through, and into, the next book of the series. There is little to be said that doesn’t include a spoiler, except READ IT! The ending is explosive and I was greatly disturbed to be left hanging - great move Ty! I will be anxiously awaiting Book 2: The Curator.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Teresa Peters

    Losing Interest I have read every book in this series. The author style is easy to read. Love Abby and her family. Since the last book I have felt out of sync with Abby's thinking. Not sure I would be so forgiving of Po Po as Abby is. Also am having a hard time believing Abby is this great detective. In the last book we learn that she basically stayed away from the Triads but that was to be her job. Now a girl is left in front of the FBI office without her memory and is Abby 's doppelganger but s Losing Interest I have read every book in this series. The author style is easy to read. Love Abby and her family. Since the last book I have felt out of sync with Abby's thinking. Not sure I would be so forgiving of Po Po as Abby is. Also am having a hard time believing Abby is this great detective. In the last book we learn that she basically stayed away from the Triads but that was to be her job. Now a girl is left in front of the FBI office without her memory and is Abby 's doppelganger but she is left unprotected. Again the ending makes little sense. Tho I enjoy Lucy she seems to get a free pass everytime. Would love to see consequences for their actions. Can't see myself continuing on with the series unless the price drops of becomes part of Kindle Unlimited.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Christine

    I liked this book very much. It moved quickly, and I never wanted to put it down. It was a pleasure to pick it back up again each day. I liked the characters, and the events flowed at a rapid pace, which I like. My only criticism is the ending. Clearly, the author wanted to get a couple books out of a single story. It ended abruptly, and left me feeling unbalanced. Books within a series typically have an beginning and an ending, and may stand alone. This one didn't have an ending, and I was left I liked this book very much. It moved quickly, and I never wanted to put it down. It was a pleasure to pick it back up again each day. I liked the characters, and the events flowed at a rapid pace, which I like. My only criticism is the ending. Clearly, the author wanted to get a couple books out of a single story. It ended abruptly, and left me feeling unbalanced. Books within a series typically have an beginning and an ending, and may stand alone. This one didn't have an ending, and I was left feeling unsatisfied. Rather than making me want to dive right into the next one, this tactic makes me suspicious that the author will leave me hanging at the end of subsequent books as well.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Willadale

    There are quite a few characters in this book and sometimes I found it a bit confusing sometimes trying to sort them out. Probably just my own problem, though. The book follows several different incidents involving local police enforcement plus the FBI. The reader spends the entire book trying to figure out just how a little girl (Abby's doppelganger) and Abby are connected, but the answer is not to be completely explained in this book. So-o-o, one must buy the subsequent two books to really unde There are quite a few characters in this book and sometimes I found it a bit confusing sometimes trying to sort them out. Probably just my own problem, though. The book follows several different incidents involving local police enforcement plus the FBI. The reader spends the entire book trying to figure out just how a little girl (Abby's doppelganger) and Abby are connected, but the answer is not to be completely explained in this book. So-o-o, one must buy the subsequent two books to really understand what is going on. That is a bit of an annoyance. I enjoyed this book a lot but found some of it a bit hard to accept especially when DNA information was discussed.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Michael Slavin

    It started slow for me. It got very interesting in the middle. Then it left you hanging, I was very disappointed with the ending. FBI agent, from Hong Kong (originally), gets a 12 yo girl that looks just like her delivered in a suitcase on the Federal Building steps. Who is this kid? Story has: Some good action scenes Human trafficking with some interesting twists Happens in San Francisco I liked the story-hated the ending-you have to read the next book to see what happens. I am told it ends even wor It started slow for me. It got very interesting in the middle. Then it left you hanging, I was very disappointed with the ending. FBI agent, from Hong Kong (originally), gets a 12 yo girl that looks just like her delivered in a suitcase on the Federal Building steps. Who is this kid? Story has: Some good action scenes Human trafficking with some interesting twists Happens in San Francisco I liked the story-hated the ending-you have to read the next book to see what happens. I am told it ends even worse. Review by Mike Slavin author of award-winning Kill Crime (action-packed thriller on Amazon to buy or KU)

  26. 5 out of 5

    Linda Branham Greenwell

    FBI agent Abby Kane and her partner Kyle Kang are assigned to investigate the appearance of a 12-year-old girl found inside a suitcase outside of FBI headquarters in San Francisco. The girl looks exactly like Abby and may have ties to a Chinese human-trafficking and prostitution ring. But who is she and why was she left at the FBI's door IN A SUITCASE? Have to wait until next book to find out It is a police book - but also sci-fi/fantasy in the case of the secret in the book which I will not reve FBI agent Abby Kane and her partner Kyle Kang are assigned to investigate the appearance of a 12-year-old girl found inside a suitcase outside of FBI headquarters in San Francisco. The girl looks exactly like Abby and may have ties to a Chinese human-trafficking and prostitution ring. But who is she and why was she left at the FBI's door IN A SUITCASE? Have to wait until next book to find out It is a police book - but also sci-fi/fantasy in the case of the secret in the book which I will not reveal

  27. 5 out of 5

    lynn snider

    On the fence on this one I found the plot and storyline interesting but after reading diligently felt let down by the ending. I was left hanging wondering if the main character Abby was dead or alive. I find myself not interested enough to buy/ read a second book to be left hanging again. I did enjoy reading this book and there were enough twists to hold one's attention and keep the pages turning. The characters were likeable and interesting. I just didn't like the ending not having a conclusion.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Sharon

    Story was interesting and I was initially attracted as I had read another Abby Kane book and found it quite good. While this story kept me reading and I enjoyed the plot line, the ending left me very disappointed. Had I known a purchase of additional books would be needed I may not have started this book. This need should have been communicated. 3 stars

  29. 5 out of 5

    Linda

    This was a pretty good book until the end. I hate books that do not have a conclusions. I know you want us buy the next book, but I was not invested in these characters enough to buy another book. Sorry!

  30. 5 out of 5

    Angeladyrcz

    This was the first Abby Kane novel I'd read and I felt like I would have followed a little better if I'd read previous novels but I felt like the ending just stopped mid-sentence. I know it's a trilogy but so many things were coming together but then it was over.

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