Friday, October 11, 2013
MISSING, ASSUMED DEAD by Marva Dasef gets LADYBUGGED
Ladybug Lin here to review MISSING, ASSUMED DEAD by gifted author,
I must admit I was drawn to this novel from the moment I saw the chilling cover by Suzannah Safi...proving once again, the importance of great cover art.
Moving on...imagine receiving an official letter in the mail telling you a relative you've no memory of is about to have his worthless property probated and you are his only heir! Do you drop everything and go to some remote place somewhere out there beyond the horizon in rural Orgeon?
You do if your wheel-bound mother has a hankering to get her hands on any and all pictures, mementos and the like so she can further document the family's genealogy.
Unfortunately for Kameron McBride not everyone seems delighted she's arrived and wants to see the place her relative owned...stirring up a hornet's nest of trouble she may not live through.
This is an edge of your seat suspense novel with more twists and dangers than the backwoods landscape alone presents.
MISSING, ASSUMED DEAD by Marva Dasef easily earns
Thank you Marva for pulling me into your tale and keeping me captivated until the very end...and beyond.