I'm posting a 'soon to be released' book on Wednesdays. These will always be books that I am particularly looking forward to. I'll be linking up to 'Can't-Wait Wednesday' hosted by Tressa at Wishful Endings and plan to take part in this each week.
I've read many of this author's books over the years and enjoyed them. I haven't yet read her last couple of standalone tales, but plan to. This week's book has already been published 'across the pond', so it's possible (and probable) you'll see a review here before October. I've already ordered my copy and it's arrived. However, the US publication is not until the fall and so this week, I'm waiting on:
Publication Date: October 16th
Florence Lovelady's career was made when she convicted coffin-maker Larry Grassbrook of a series of child murders 30 years ago in a small village in Lancashire. Like something out of a nightmare, the victims were buried alive Florence was able to solve the mystery and get a confession out of Larry before more children were murdered.
But now, decades later, he's dead, and events from the past start to repeat themselves. Is someone copying the original murders? Or did she get it wrong all those years ago? When her own son goes missing under similar circumstances, the case not only gets reopened... it gets personal.