Missing, PresumedBook - 2016
- Manon Bradshaw novel - 1.
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I’m an avid reader of thrillers. I read both ‘stand-alone’ novels but also the increasingly popular format of a primary character that features in a series of books. I am particularly keen – once I have found a character I can empathise with – to read them all, but the main proviso has to be that I read them in the correct order! So, it was with some trepidation that I read “Persons Unknown”… (more)
From Library Staff
This police procedural is set in Cambridge and follows unlucky-in-love DS Manon Bradshaw as she searches for a beautiful young postgrad student who suddenly vanishes a few days before Christmas. As Manon delves deeper into the case, devastating secrets come to light. I've been enjoying working m... Read More »
ChristchurchLib Aug 21, 2019
Feisty Cambridge detective Manon Bradshaw may be great at her job, but her personal life is a disaster. Balancing dreadful internet dates with her relentless work on the high-profile case of missing grad student Edith Hind, Manon faces false leads and a ticking clock as she uncovers a string of d... Read More »
StaffPickles Dec 15, 2016
Joyce's pick: Just started reading this and if I can finish it by year's end I'll make my Good Reads book target for 2016. Hurrah! It is fairly gripping so far. I've been mugging up on all the end of year best of reviews in the broadsheets and this was one of Sarah Perry's faves.
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‘[Steiner] gets inside the minds and lives of her book’s socially disparate personalities with the grace of a novelist of manners, even as she pulls tight the strands of one of the most ambitious police procedurals of the year’
- WALL STREET JOURNAL
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