A Small Fortune - Audrey Braun Reviews
Description:Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: Audrey Brown / ISBN: 0547858647 / Publication Date: 2012 / Publisher: Mariner Books
Newest Review: ... generally was enough pace to keep the book flowing and, for the most part, I was suitably intrigued and caught up in the ... more
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by - written on 31/01/12 (Very useful, 72 readings)
This is Audrey Braun's first novel and it is published by Amazon encore, who claim to source "exceptional yet overlooked books" presumably from previously unpublished authors. New authors are always a bit of a risk (the first book is rarely their best work) but something about the synopsis appealed to me. Celia Donnelly is married to Jonathan, the president of an American bank and has a teenage son called Oliver. Jonathan spontaneously organises a holiday to Mexico for them which seems just what is needed as their marriage is strained and their son becoming distant and mono-syllabic. Early on in the trip (and the book) Celia is abducted from the ... Read the complete review
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