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This is a fantastic book and I am off to read other books written by this incredible writing team! A child abduction. A Kidnapping. Juicy scandalous secrets. Interracial couple, Helen and Sean Philips go out for the evening, leaving their year-old teenage daughter, Alice to babysit younger 3-year old sister, Frankie. They have no clue what they will find when they return. Frankie is gone. Alice remains. DI Patrick is married to Gill, with a five-month-old baby, Bonnie.
At the opening of the book, Patrick walks into his home, to find a horrific scene. We jump to eighteen months earlier, alternating chapters with Helen and Patrick, recounting the days leading up to the abduction, with Detective Inspector Patrick Lennon and his colleague Detective Sergeant Carmella Masiello. Then more children missing. In London, there are three couples, frantic after their children have been taken from them in very different ways.
There are no ransom notes. Children are vanishing in thin air? Who is taking the children and why? Are they connected? As Patrick deals with his own demons, inside his family, he is desperate to solve the mystery of the missing children. What do these cases have in common? A fan of both Voss and Edwards, separately, and combined—a talent for mixing psychological suspense with cop procedural, and some wit, for heart-pounding suspense. Truth or lies? What is missing? Poor Patrick has all sorts of problems, from his wife, his family, his work.
Patrick's personal problems adds a bit of spice and intrigue to the overall story- can't wait to see what is next for him! Complex and multi-layered, readers will be glued to the pages to solve the mystery. A nice twist at the end, leaving you dying for the next installment, The Blissfully Dead. I listened to the audiobook last year, narrated by James Clamp, delivering a suspenseful performance.
As often the case, I listen to audiobooks, while traveling, not always in a place to post a review, straightaway. I failed to return with a review, and when starting The Blissfully Dead, realized I needed a refresher. Fans will be delighted with this new exciting series. I have to say this book starts off with a bang, a very powerful opening that tells you a lot about the angst ridden D I Patrick Lennon. After a powerful opening, I feel the book takes a while to really get going and is told from different viewpoints. This said though as the book gets further on it really grabs you and doesn't let you go.
There are plenty of twists, bags of suspense and a strong ending to the book. I would recommend this book to anyone who likes crime novels, or is looking for a new detective to follow, although there are only two books so far in the series. The book certainly leaves you wanting to read the next book to see what is going to happen next in Patrick's life.
I certainly feel this book is worthy of a wider audience. A decent enough child abduction story with plenty of tense buildup that certainly keeps you guessing. I read the novel more or less straight through, however I confess to skimming bits; there is simply too much irrelevant descriptive detail, with cardboard characters some cringe worthy moments, with the teens for e. Sorry, but the style of writing is pretty poor in my opinion, laboured, pedestrian, so, despite some good ideas, the novel does not rate above two stars for me.
I liked main character DI Lennon and his back story, which interested me more than the case he was investigating, though the way the book ends is more to set up a follow on novel than satisfying conclusion. Would I read more from this writing duo? A great page turner with a really neat twist in the tale. Problem I had was I really didn't like the writing style.
Too many flippant and irrelevant remarks, which had the effect of trivialising the situation. Too much irrelevant description. Does anyone really care that Sean had a "cone shaped" head, what on earth did that add to the story?
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From me this kind of stuff was irritating and just got in the way of the really good plot line. I have read and enjoyed Mark Edwards before. I also have rea A great page turner with a really neat twist in the tale. I also have read Louise Voss, and believe that the stuff I don't like reflects her writing style, not his, I believe that this writing duo are better apart than together I really enjoyed this book. The subject matter isn't one of the nicest to read about especially as a parent but I was gripped from start to finish.
There are certainly some twists in there and the end was really fast paced. Loved it. Jul 24, Abbie rated it really liked it Shelves: kindle-unlimited. Actual rating - 3. Apr 27, Kathy Brackin rated it it was amazing. New authors for me, So I never know what to expect when starting. I'd started one or two books that I couldn't get into. Well by the end of the first Chapter I had had a eye's bulging out my head and a holding my breath moment. Now to me, that is a good start.
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Then I start to think, well if it sets off so good, can it carry on just as good. And luckily And some Children are going missing. The first child wa New authors for me, So I never know what to expect when starting. And it is down to Detective Inspector Patrick Lennon, to try to solve the case. To figure out what is going on and why.
Not an easy case, and with demons of his own to overcome, it's going to be a very difficult time for this officer. This is Lennon's most High profile case to date, so obviously he is feeling the pressure. This book really does make you keep nipping into your little one's bedroom to check that she is ok and sleeping well. A brilliantly put together and well written book, and although the story line was about young children going missing, it was a brilliant read.
Believable characters also help with the story. I found myself picking up my kindle at every opportunity, just so I could read a little bit more. And it didn't take me long to fly through this book. Every time I thought I had figured it out, it completely changed, Every chapter ended needing you to carry on and read the next one.
This book had more twists that a super twister. Absolutely fantastic. I don't know how else to describe it. It was bloody brilliant. I am now looking forward to starting the next book. This book starts off with a bang and ends with a totally unexpected suspenseful finale. I did think there was a lull in the middle where things kind of slowed down but that did not detract from the book at all!
DI Patrick Lennon has a terrible calamity in his passed when his now 2 year old daughter almost died at the hands of her mother. The case he is now working on involves missing toddlers. Patrick can't help but have flashbacks of his passed but is determined to find out what has happened to This book starts off with a bang and ends with a totally unexpected suspenseful finale. Patrick can't help but have flashbacks of his passed but is determined to find out what has happened to these 3 children even when it is hinted that it might be hitting a little to close to home.
The Phillips had gone out to dinner and left their 15 year old daughter babysitting Frankie, the 3 year old. They come home to Alice passed out on the couch and Frankie missing. Alice is not telling something and her step-mother knows it. The police know it. Her Dad is sure that she is being totally honest. Patrick gets a lead on two of the children and it is a good thing. He has another DI that wants to make him look like a fool and his supervisor needs answers.
From the Cradle is not your ordinary, run-of-the-mill mystery. It is mystery writing at its finest with depth in the story. Each character has a history that makes them who they are. The Phillips on the outside seem to be a normal, happy family but there are secrets that aren't being told. I received this book free from the publisher in exchange for a review. Child abduction. These words send chills up the spine of any parent. In London, three couples are suffering after their children have been taken from them in very different ways.
No ransom notes have been received. Detective Inspector Patrick Lennon catches this very delicate and complicated case. Who is taking these children and why? Interracial couple Helen and Sean Philips went out to dinn 4. Interracial couple Helen and Sean Philips went out to dinner leaving their year-old Alice in charge of her 3 year-old sister, Frankie. When they arrive home, Alice is asleep and Frankie is gone!
There are no signs of attempted entry and the couple is nearly crazed with guilt and grief. The other two couples of the missing children are also not faring well and the citizens are scared and anxious for DI Lennon to find the children and bring them home safely. This was a very suspenseful read and I could not put the book down until I finished it. I've not read anything by this writing team before but definitely will look for other titles now.
I hope to see more of DI Lennon in a future book. I'd definitely recommend it to anyone who likes psychological thrillers. Feb 04, Fiona Titch Hunt rated it really liked it Shelves: a-z-challenge , kindle-audio-tree-reads , how-many-can-i-do , titch-s-reading-challenge. I would like to thank the authors for allowing me to read this book. I have had this book for a bit and also the audio as well. At 1st I wasn't sure how this book was going to pan out due to the nature of the synopsis as it led me to believe that it was like someone taking babies.
As I got further into the book and read more, it got to the part where it was leading the reader to believe there was something more to the storyline that they 1st perceived. DI Patrick Lennon has a past that his collea I would like to thank the authors for allowing me to read this book. DI Patrick Lennon has a past that his colleagues know about, but no one speaks about. I disliked DI Adrian Winkler for his arrogance and downright rude nature lol. But a great story never the less. The book reminded me of a time when my daughter was little and did a walk about to a main road I know it's not like she was taken , but it bought back the fear I had all those years ago.
Praise for both authors and can't wait to read more from them. It's a crime thriller about child abduction full of twists and turns. Lennon with his own ghosts to bear is heading up an investigation into two toddler abductions when another abduction occurs. This time the little girl is taken from her own bed. Lennon is determined to find the children before any more are taken or something worse happens. I've had this book on my kindle for a good few months before I read it and I wish I hadn't waited so long. I knew the writings of both authors were brilliant and this doesn't disappoint.
You wouldn't know that this book had been written by two authors other than the front cover. The story flows through its trajectory without a bump and keeps you guessing to the end. I'm looking forward to reading further investigations for DI Lennon starting with The Blissfully Dead which is my next read. Written by FilmFanUK. Many people say the cried at the end of this movie Knowing the plot already, I a grown up man can barely hold my tears from the very beginning whenever I watch it. Much more than just a "cute and sad fairy tale", this movie is a true piece of art.
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