Thursday, October 12, 2017

Review: Missing, Presumed

Missing, Presumed Missing, Presumed by Susie Steiner
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

DS Manon is tired of internet dating, blind dates and the rest of it. Her personal life is quite a mess, but she's quite good at work. What I liked most was Manon herself: almost 40, single, no children, no partner. She's smart and successful at work, but she barely talks her only sister.

When Edith Hind's boyfriend reports her missing, Manon and her whole team go into overdrive investigating her disappearance, as the first hours are critical in these cases. Edith is the daughter of the Royal Physician, so the case is an important one, followed by the media at every step.

Focusing on several characters: Manon; Helena, Edith's best friend; Davy, Manon's police partner, Miriam, Edith's mother, the book slowly takes us into the story. There's a murder, people trafficking and some quite shady stuff among the characters. And by slowly I mean a good thing!

I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.

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