Thursday, June 18, 2015
Iona Morrison's NOT FOR SALE
A desperate young girl cries out for help as she hides in terror, hoping against hope that someone might hear her. Jessie Reynolds does and finds herself caught up in an equally desperate search for Abigail. She has escaped human traffickers, but has no idea where she is, and Jessie must find her in time. She joins forces with Matt, the chief of police, and they discover that Abigail is only one of several kidnapped children. Faced by a cold trail, they must rely on Jessie's ability to hear Abigail’s thoughts, backed up by a tracking bloodhound. But the children mean big money and that brings murder and a hit man to Blue Cove to clean up the mess. Matt and Jessie grow closer as they are forced to work side by side but will they find Abigail in time? And will they, themselves, survive?
5 star review.
"Morrison's book, Not for sale, is as good or better than her first novel, The Harvest Club. In this book, she wastes no time diving in head first into the plot, because she had familiarized the main characters in the first novel. Woven through the book is a great love story that grows through time. Morrison writes about important issues like child trafficking and the police work behind it in such a way that I found it intriguing and insightful. I recommend this book to anyone who loves a story with lots of twists and turns."
5 Star review
"This story is wonderful, it grabs you in the first chapter and doesn't let go until the end. A romantic mystery, I think men as well as women will enjoy it."
Dear Gentle Readers,
I LOVED Iona Morrison's first gripping novel, The Harvest Club, so I am anxious to jump into this one. Sounds fabulous. Join me?