Jenny O'Brien con Missing in Wales: A gripping Welsh detective thriller with a wicked twist (Detective Gabriella Darin Book 1)
NEW COVER ALERTMissing in Wales, the first in an exciting new Welsh-set crime series by Jenny O'Brien, author of The Stepsister. The next in series, Stabbed in Wales, will be available soon. Alys is fine - don’t try to find usIzzy Grant is haunted by the abduction of her newborn daughter five-years ago. When a postcard arrives from her missing partner, the man she believes is responsible, saying they’re fine and asking her not to try to find them, she knows she can’t give up hoping. Then she sees a face from her past. Grace Madden. Just where did she disappear to all those years ago? And is there a connection between her disappearance and that of her child?DC Gabriella Darin, recently transferred from Swansea, is brash, bolshie and dedicated. Something doesn’t fit with the case and she's determined to find out just what happened all those years ago. What readers say about Missing in Wales:Gaby Darin i
s feisty and purposeful character that I took to immediately and that took this crime thriller to the next level for me!
’ MyChestnutReadingTree blog.‘No plot spoiler
- but there were some super twists that had me going 'oooh' and I absolutely loved the ending
’. Valerie Keogh, writer at Bloodhound/ Bookouture.‘This is my second read from Jenny O’Brien
and it’s no surprise that I absolutely loved this book.
Missing in Wales is such a unique story line, with a wonderfully complex female detective and all the twists you hope for in a police procedural’. Jessica Belmont. ‘As for the mystery itself, it was really well done.
There was plenty of twists and turns, and many things to lead you down the wrong path’. ThisIsMyBookShelf blog. ‘I loved this book and really liked the author’s style of writing
’. Elaine Fryatt, Amazon 5 star review. ‘Jenny O’Brien is a writer to watch out for
and if Missing in Wales is any indication of her storytelling prowess, then she is sure to go very far in her field’. BookishJottings blog. ‘A rollercoaster
book once you start you want to finish’. Tracy Robinson, Amazon 5 star review. ‘I liked the setting,
the cliffs, the rain and the isolated areas. It gave the story that gloomy vibe’. CarlaLovesToRead blog. ‘An atmospheric, emotional police procedural
, with a refreshingly unique storyline, and a complex and interesting female detective’. Jane Hunt, writer/blogger. ‘Amazing start to a new series, I loved this book from start to finish
’. P M Millward.‘I am convinced that “Missing in Wales” will be well-received by all those readers who delight in a well-written police procedural mystery’
. Fictionophile blog.