Tuesday, 22 January 2013

Stranger In Town by Cheryl Bradshaw

This is the perfect book for a one of those great evenings when you get to sit in your favorite spot with your favorite drink.  I’m a slow reader and this one went smooth with the story flowing nicely.
Stranger in Town is the fourth novel staring private investigator, Sloane Monroe.  This time she is hired to find a child who was taken from the daycare play area and may be connected to another child abduction 2 years earlier in a different city in Wyoming.
I didn’t read the other Sloane Monroe stories, and maybe I should have.  I felt there was a lack of description of the main character.  I’m a fan of the reader using their own imagination, but some description can lead your mind in the right direction.  Also I was not a big fan of the ending of the mystery.
All that aside it was an excellent read that I would happily recommend and would gladly read again.  Now I have to go back and read Cheryl Bradshaw’s other books.

My rating 4 stars.

To read my interview of Stranger in Town author, Cheryl Bradshaw, click here.


Synopsis of Stranger in Town

He only needed her to look away for a few seconds...

Six-year-old Olivia Hathaway tiptoes down the center aisle of Maybelle's Market, stopping once to glance over her shoulder and make sure her mother isn't watching. But Mrs. Hathaway is too preoccupied to notice her daughter has slipped away. Moments later, a frantic Mrs. Hathaway runs up and down the aisles, desperately searching for her missing daughter. But little Olivia is already in the arms of a stranger. Will PI Sloane Monroe find Olivia before it's too late?

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