Reblog: Missing, Presumed by Susie Steiner – Reviewed by The Quiet Knitter

The Quiet Knitter

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Published: 1 September 2016
Reviewed: 31 October 2016

4 out of 5 stars

Copy supplied by The Borough Press in return for an honest review

Description:

72 HOURS TO FIND HER…

‘Hits the sweet spot between literary and crime fiction – Gripping’ ERIN KELLY

‘For those who love their crime fiction rich in psychology, beautifully written and laced with dark humour. Dive in’ LUCIE WHITEHOUSE

A MISSING GIRL
Edith Hind is gone, leaving just her coat, a smear of blood and a half-open door.

A DESPERATE FAMILY
Each of her friends and relatives has a version of the truth. But none quite adds up.

A DETECTIVE AT BREAKING POINT
The press grows hungrier by the day. Can DS Manon Bradshaw fend them off, before a missing persons case becomes a murder investigation?

My Thoughts & Review:

Missing, Presumed was one of those books that everyone was saying good things about…

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