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Tuesday, 29 April 2014

Sole Intention by M.A. Comley

Sole IntentionSole Intention by M.A. Comley
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I remember bumping into this author when I first got a Kindle for Christmas some three years ago now. I didn't know anything about daily free books until someone told me that on Amazon there is a forum especially for Kindles and questions and people add links to daily offers of free downloads.

This is where I came upon Mel's first ever book I read. I then discovered an author page on there where authors would promote their books, I got to speak to her and a few others that I am still in contact with even now, but this time, via Facebook and my friends Facebook for authors page [2 friends promote with authors]

This book was on net galley where M.A. Comley was asking for people to read and review her book, well, when I saw it, I jumped at the chance.

This book starts off with a woman running, she is escaping someone or something. She falls, he catches up with her.

Meanwhile her husband has reported his wife missing. First of all it looks like an unhappy wife running away, but then other things spring to light. This is no usual case, there is more sinister motives that become uncovered as time reveals.

This book had be entertained this afternoon whilst having to have my painkillers, feet up, shoulder in a sling, it took me away into a painless zone all mapped out from this superb story telling of M.A. Comley,

If you haven't read any of her books, may I urge you to do so.

Thank you M.A. Comley for allowing me to read and give my honest opinion on your writing.



Former police officers Ellen Brazil and Brian Lynx have joined forces to start a successful missing persons investigation firm which has just been contracted to find the wife of bodybuilder Will Endersbe. Ellen discovers that a number of women with similar features and hair colour have also vanished in the Worcester area. Ellen and Brian suspect a serial kidnapper is to blame, and without a body, the police are happy to leave the case in their hands to solve.

Hoping the women are still alive, Ellen digs for clues and races to find the women, despite her troubled private life and a meddlesome stepfather with a violent secret







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