50 Book Pledge Featured Read: Persons Unknown

Remember that amazing (and bestselling) book you read last year called Missing, Presumed by Susie Steiner? Well, the follow-up is here! Persons Unknown should be the next book on your TBR.

First, let it be said that this book can be read as a standalone novel or as a sequel to Missing, Presumed. Let it also be said that you can read Missing, Presumed for just $2.99 (!) right now as part of our 50 Book Pledge eBook deal with Kobo! How about that!

Persons Unknown brings us up to speed with Detective Manon Bradshaw in her current years—she’s five month pregnant and in pursuit of finding a work-life balance so she can spend more time with her adopted son, Fly Dent. But, as you would only expect from this dedicated detective, she can’t pry herself away from her work, and not just because she loves her job so much…

A wealthy businessman is found stabbed close to police headquarters. Manon sidles in on the briefing, but when she does she is horrified to discover that the victim—and the prime suspect—are more closely linked to her than she could have ever imagined.

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Pitted against her the Cambridgeshire police force—Manon’s former colleagues—she’s left fighting to find the truth on her own, to piece together the multi-layered mystery at hand.

The mystery that Steiner has created is so engrossing you won’t be able to miss a beat. Touching on the trials and tribulations of motherhood, being a working mom, racial profiling, and more, Steiner will quickly pull you in with her intricately plotted new novel.

Did you read Missing, Presumed? Have you already picked up Persons Unknown? Let us know in the comments below or on Twitter @SavvyReader! We can’t wait to hear your thoughts on this one!

Ashley

Follow me on Twitter @SavvyReader & @ashleyposluns.

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