Always, it’s wonderful to discover a new author in one’s favorite genre. Mystery has long been my favorite genre until memoir stepped in some years ago and now shares my top spot with mystery.
Susie Steiner is a new author for me, although Missing, Presumed is her second novel. I read a review of the book that intrigued me and ordered it from my library. Today I’m nearly done and am enjoying this book so much, I want to share that, if you have enjoyed British mysteries such as the Elizabeth George series with Thomas Lynley and Barbara Havers, I suspect you’ll enjoy Missing, Presumed as much. Her Detective Inspector is Manon Bradshaw and her partner DC Davy Walker.
I point out this book, in particular, because Steiner has crafted an outcome unique to any mystery I ever remember reading.
Steiner has written a previous book, Home Coming, that I will order, set in a rural town, which I particularly favor. As I write, Steiner is crafting the next Bradshaw and Walker mystery which I shall be watching for.
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