A MISSING GIRL. A RACE AGAINST TIME.
Ten-year-old Elodie Fry vanishes overnight, along with a rucksack filled with her meagre belongings. Acting DI Gaby Darin and her team are fighting the clock to reunite Elodie with her distraught mother – but was Elodie kidnapped or did she run?
Later that day, a local undertaker uncovers a nasty surprise: the remains of an unidentified second adult among a late pensioner’s ashes.
Torn between the two investigations, Gaby decides the gruesome discovery at the crematorium must wait – the team are desperate to find Elodie before they lose her trail.
But as she follows the evidence, Gaby realises the two cases have a sinister connection… and there’s a killer on the loose.
Can Gaby find the missing girl alive… or is she already too late
I couldn’t wait to read Lost Souls by Jenny O’Brien because I really enjoy this author’s writing and I suspected it would be entertaining. I was correct. Lost Souls was awesome!
This is the fourth book in the series. I’m really enjoying the series and the character Gaby. I think she is an excellent main character and I love her growth as a character.
This book hooked me from the beginning. I couldn’t wait to keep reading Lost Souls. I recommend giving it a shot!
Thank you to Rachel’s Random Resources For allowing me to join this blog tour. I recieved a free copy of this book to review honestly. All opinions are my own and unbiased.*
Born in Dublin, Jenny O’Brien moved to Wales and then Guernsey, where she tries to find time to write in between working as a nurse and ferrying around 3 teenagers.
In her spare time she can be found frowning at her wonky cakes and even wonkier breads. You’ll be pleased to note she won’t be entering Bake-Off. She’s also an all-year-round sea swimmer. Readers can find out more about Jenny and her books on her blog:
(jennyobrienwriter.wordpress) and she can also be found on Twitter and Instagram as ‘scribblerjb’. Facebook (Jenny O’Brien Guernsey Writer)
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