This is a first in a series of five, and going on this particular book I would be very happy (and in fact look forward) to reading the rest in the series.
I won Shirley Well’s book a while ago and finally felt ready to actually sit and read a book ... especially as Alex’ and Ciara’s “Did I Notice Your Book Blogfest” is today.
I thoroughly enjoyed the read ... Dylan Scott is one of those investigators, who mulls through his thought processes, engages in the seedy side of investigative thoroughness ... while easily drawing me along in this tale of “Presumed Dead”.
The search is on for a missing mother – the reality is there – I certainly could see this easily transcribed into a tv murder mystery ... a lady with a weakness for shoes ... bright red killer heels, lime green ankle breakers – completely out of context set in the whereabouts of a mobile home.
|Ciara Knight's Blog|
Shirley’s descriptions seem to fit with my understanding of England in the time span – the last 40 years or so – I can relate to everything ... I followed along, I cross-questioned her interrogations and thought processes in the story – I was happily transported: I had to find out the answer.
The dialogue is great ... Presumed Dead is all so readable ... easy to get lost in, absorbed and happily so – I highly recommend Shirley’s book ...
I wonder how long before she turns up here?! I hope I have enticed you to give her book a go ... a really good read for an afternoon in winter, wrapped up against the snowy chill ...
... you might need that support against the icy scenes, or those characters wanting to jump out at you... too realistically ... I’m glad I don’t live on the wild side!
Presumed Dead will appeal to all readers ... I am certain you’ll enjoy it too ... let me know!
I found the Carina Press link not working while the Amazon US link had no price detail, however the Amazon UK site is here for the kindle edition
I am sure Shirley will correct these aspects, or amend the link pages ... (once she gets here!)
Positive Letters Inspirational Stories