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Reviewed by Lynn Fowlston for Readers' Favorite
Abby Greene, assignment editor at WWNY-TV in Watertown longs for more than just sitting at a desk and working the computer. She dreams of become a reporter out in the field of broadcasting. When a local girl commits suicide, she becomes involved with news reporter Paul Triver on doing a series about teen suicides. This brings back painful memories of her best friend Becca who took her own life. Now years later it appears it may have been murder. As Abby and Paul start investigating they soon discover there may be more to this story then they originally thought. There is another death and threats to Abby. The evidence points to several different individuals. From the grieving aunt and uncle, to the father who disappeared years earlier to a mysterious funeral director will Abby and Paul get to the bottom of the deaths and prove that Becca did not take her own life. With each situation she comes closer to the truth
The Running Path is a nice tale of suspense that would be suitable for ages 13 and up. It is not scary but there are a lot of twists and turns that will keep you turning the pages to find out what happens next to this modern day Nancy Drew. It is very easy to get involved with the characters in the book and I would like to see more books written by Lisa Miller containing the characters of Abby and Paul.