Murdered In The Forest

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Former cop Michael Hessop arrives in Red Cedar with a mission – track down a teen girl named Delaney Sparrow and the predator who convinced her to run away from her family. He finds out about Liz Lucas’ reputation for being an amazing amateur sleuth from the owner of Gertie’s Diner, and teams up with Liz and her dogs Brandy Boy and Winston. 

The dead body of a young girl is found in the woods with a note saying the killer “will strike again”. The killer makes an anonymous call, taunting that he’s got a girl tied up somewhere in Red Cedar, and if she’s not found in three days, he’ll kill her, too.

Is the murdered body Delaney Sparrow, or is she the one who’s tied up? It’s a race against time for Liz, Michael, and the dogs.

1 review for Murdered In The Forest

  1. Julie Howard

    I enjoyed this fun light hearted cozy mystery. I like the way the author weaves clues into the story and has you guessing along with the main characters, because just as you think you know who it is, there is a twist that has you guessing all over again. The characters are like able, especially the lazy dog because everyone knows a dog just like that. The mystery was interesting and I liked it the way you were never sure if there was two cases or just one perpetrator at work, also I found the pi’s explanation about body language interesting. This is the second book in this series that I have listened to but it won’t be my last as I am enjoying the series.
    A private eye comes to town and asks Liz to help him track down a missing girl. She has runaway from home with a much older man and her mum is worried about her. They haven’t been investigating long before a girl’s body is found. Is she the missing girl? Lucky for Liz she is soon identified and as they are questioning her brother a phone call comes in saying a girl’s life is on the line if she isn’t found. Using the private investigators understanding of body language can they find the missing girl before it is to late?
    I liked the narrator she has a good range of voices, enough to keep the story in interesting.
    I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request from audiobooksunleashed and have voluntarily left this review

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