|Book author||:||Patricia Curren|
|Tags||:||Book, Detective, Mystery, Psychological Thriller, Review, Suspense, ThrillerTagged child detective, enid blyton, Investigation, kendra morgan, Missing, Murder, Mystery, nancy drew, patricia curren, Suspense, Thriller|
Fourteen-year-old Kendra Morgan finds herself in the fight of her life when she sees her murdered friends hair clip in a strangers pocket and becomes consumed with finding the killer.
Genre: Mystery / Thriller / Psychological Thriller / Suspense
Almost 30% down in the book and the story is really interesting. Two 14-year-old detectives and there is also a side track from the killer’s perspective. Although it’s a typical way of writing, the story is interesting. A bit of a Nancy Drew in a modern way. The formatting initially is slightly off but that might be because the format of the book was changed to suit my e-reader. But the story is engrossing right from the first page
Really brilliant story. It was catchy till the very last page. No slack at all anywhere. The character building, the story line, narration, everything felt perfect. Cannot believe this is a debut novel.
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