Book Review: SEARCHING FOR SUMMER by Christine Campbell

Such a thrill to see my book featured on Cassidy Salem’s blog. You can read the lovely review she gave Searching for Summer as well as a bit about the book and the series.

Cassidy's Bookshelves

This time I’d like to introduce you to Christine Campell’s The Reluctant Detective series. The first installment, Searching for Summer, came out earlier this year. The sequel, Traces of Red, was released last month.

Description (from Amazon):

Searching for Summer FinalMirabelle’s daughter, Summer, disappears one Friday night, and Mirabelle would dearly love to rewind that day and live it differently. Instead, she is left not knowing if Summer is alive or dead, went of her own accord or was taken against her will. 
Casting all other concerns aside – food, sleep, work, relationships – in her desperate need to find the answers, she takes to the streets of Edinburgh in search of Summer. 
Searching along wynds snaking behind old buildings, through ancient doors and tiny spiral stairways, showing Summer’s photograph to everyone she meets in shops, museums and nightclubs, Mirabelle becomes a reluctant detective, gathering clues, trying to make sense of…

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4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Yolanda Isabel Regueira Marin
    Oct 08, 2015 @ 02:13:01

    Woo hoo … You go girl xx

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  2. Byron Edgington
    Oct 12, 2015 @ 20:44:22

    Great trailer, Christine. I’ll check into the book, and get back to you.

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