The Girl in the Pink Shoes by Stacy Green
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
As a private investigator, Lucy works with an exclusive group of people who help her with an uneasy job. Besides locating the missing young kids, Lucy also banishes perpetrators from the streets of their small town. With multiple cases on her hands, Lucy’s path is being crossed by a “friend” who offers his help. Unfortunately, very soon she realizes that her new acquaintance plays a huge role in one of her new cases.
I would call Lucy Kendall a dark angel who frees this world of evil creatures. This is not my typical thriller, and it hit very close to home since I am also a mother. The novel was hard to read at times, but I did enjoy the characters and the work they accomplished. Although I found it a bit overwhelming since there are multiple cases Lucy and her team worked on. Overall, it is a good read, the ending was bittersweet and satisfying. I would recommend this book to my thriller-loving friends, just be aware – it is focusing on gruesome child abducting facts.
Thank you, NetGalley for a free and advanced copy of the novel.
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I totally agree, Alina. I am a mother and grandmother, so understand your feelings.
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