Read In One Sitting–Book Delivers As Promised
Bravo! The Author did a fantastic job!
Excellent Presentation That Allows Readers To Draw Own Conclusions
Reviewed by: Rudy MattPI
You did an amazing job Mr. Rick. This was the best compilation of information I've ever seen in my life regarding a story. You didn't insult anyone, didn't accuse anyone, you simply compiled information and facts and presented them professionally & respectfully and raised questions.
I hope everyone who goes back and forth about this case reads this book. Mr. Rick puts everything in an easy to read, uncontroversial and factual format that will allow the reader to draw their own conclusions on what may have happened.
I am a zombie now and going to sleep, but thanks for that Mr. Rick and your book NO-GOOD-BYES. You are a great guy and anyone that talks negative about this book should be ashamed of themselves. I hope that when the loonies read this they will see that your only mission was to inform and help find two innocent kids, not to "discredit" anyone or make a "personal gain".
Well done my man!
Now I Understand Why The Author Is So Passionate About This Case
Reviewed by: Sara I
The feeling I have now about the events that led to the disappearance and certain people's behavior directly afterwards, is a mix of disbelief and disgust and I understand why Rick Baker felt so passionate about writing the book.
Brother, Mother + D's behavior and the timing of the loan mod stuff particularly stood out to me. I also found McGyver's comments about the week before the disappearance gave good insight and i started to wonder is Summer was building up to "something" - whatever that may be.
Let's hope NO GOOD-BYES is enough to get people talking so this case can finally be solved and hopefully the innocents involved are all ok.
Reviewed by: Jennifer Bowerman
Another point is page 102, fourth paragraph; “Yet when McGyver had been at the house just two days earlier on Wednesday night, there were no eggs on the counter or any eyeglasses.” In the context of the page/chapter, I think you meant two days later?
A Fascinating Glimpse Into This Case
This is the first book that has been published about the McStay Family who went missing from Southern California in February of 2010.
In No Good-Byes, Rick Baker does a thorough job of documenting his investigation regarding circumstances leading up to the disappearance and the speculative actions of people close to the family after the disappearance.
No Good-Byes reveals never-before released information which contradicts incorrect information provided by Mike McStay and law enforcement. This information includes what really occurred regarding Joey McStay’s bank accounts with riveting documentation. There is evidence that the house was staged.
Mr. Baker’s investigative journalism provides insight into who stood to gain from Joey’s disappearance. Lies are exposed. More of Summer’s quirkiness is revealed.
While law enforcement seems to be treating this case as a voluntary disappearance, there is much evidence to suggest that something more sinister happened to the family and that people close to the family may be responsible.
Mr. Baker provides shocking information about Joey’s employee, Dan Kavanaugh. He reveals the astonishing and questionable actions of Joey’s brother, Mike McStay, in the days and months following the disappearance. It is evident that Mike McStay knows more about the family’s disappearance than he is revealing; a family of four doesn’t just disappear without assistance from someone.
No Good-Byes is a well-written and compelling read that will leave you on the edge of your seat. Hopefully, this book will raise awareness regarding the missing McStay family and assist in locating the family.
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