Edwin Hill: Little Comfort


Edwin Hill, June Lorraine Roberts, Little Comfort, MurderinCommon.com

Find and follow

 

Hester Thursby, small in stature, large in personality. She’s been asked to find a woman’s brother who hasn’t been seen for years, but mysterious postcards show up now and then.

Two hollow men, one initiator, one follower. It takes her two days to find the missing brother but her instinct tells her that a lot more is going on. It’s the beginning of a harrowing experience that is far more than she could have expected.

Nicely paced, good characters and a new talent on the scene.

~ June Lorraine

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5 comments

  1. The blurb–and the cover–are amazing. “Small of stature and big in personality”–love it.

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  2. Hmm, I’m trying to share this post, June, but it won’t let me press the buttons. Is the problem on my end?

    Like

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