I am organizing a review opportunity for Missing by A.D. Hay. You can read an excerpt from Missing here. Review copies are available in e-formats through Bookfunnel. There is no deadline before when you have to review this book.
Excalibur is Missing. A Killer is on the Loose. One Reporter is Determined to Uncover the Truth.
James has a nose for trouble. But that’s nothing new.
This time, things are different…
…his life is on the line.
James is the chief editor of a small newspaper. It’s hardly captivating work. He’s bored. But, all of that is about to change.
Late one evening, he returns home to discover that his long-time girlfriend and journalist, Valentine has left. Early the next morning, James fails to reallocate her assigned story. To avoid blank space in the culture section, and losing his job, he decides to write the story on the local museum’s latest acquisition, Excalibur.
But, there’s one thing he didn’t count on…
….Excalibur is missing, and a dead body is at the crime scene.
As his investigations commence, James unravels a tangled web of betrayal, kidnapping and murder. But, his fact-finding hasn’t gone unrecognised. The wrong people have started to notice. And, there will be consequences—dire consequences.
You’ll love this gripping cloak and dagger mystery because of the twists, turns, and ending you’ll never guess.
Missing is the first book in a reporter mystery series. Get it now.
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About the Author:
A.D. Hay is a passionate bibliophile and can usually be found reading a book, and that book will most likely be a thriller. Amelia’s love of reading stems back to when her mother used to bribe her as a small child, with a little golden book for good behaviour during grocery shopping. At the age of eight, she wrote her first play. She was super secretive about the script and wrote it out by hand with an HB pencil and gave each actor lines to memorise as opposed to a whole script. So, what happened, you ask? Let’s just say she was a little bossy, okay, maybe, very bossy, and had difficulties managing the talent. Thus, an obsession began.
Fast-Forward thirty years, Amelia is the author of Missing which is the first book in the James Lalonde mystery series. When not absorbed in a gripping page-turner or writing her James Lalonde series, Amelia loves to travel around Europe, drink tea, rosé, and eat pizza. She is obsessed with journalism, art history, and is a closet religious thriller fan.