[Persons Unknown] EBOOK / KINDLE


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  1. says: Susie Steiner Ó 2 Characters Review ´ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ó Susie Steiner [Persons Unknown] EBOOK / KINDLE

    Review ´ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ó Susie Steiner [Persons Unknown] EBOOK / KINDLE Susie Steiner Ó 2 Characters Police procedural that crosses boundaries from professional to personal Having moved from London to Cambridgeshire to give her 12 year old adopted son Fly a fresh start DI Manon Bradshaw finds herself in a uandary While Fly was at risk of going down the wrong path in London he is certainly not thriving in Cambridgeshire Making matt

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    [Persons Unknown] EBOOK / KINDLE 375 StarsI wanted to love “Persons Unknown” the seuel to Susie Steiner’s “Missing Presumed” as I really liked the first book unfortunately for me the mystery was somewhat lackluster and took a long time to build and the story line left me wanting Detective Superintendent Manon Bradshaw and is back in Cambridgeshire with

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    [Persons Unknown] EBOOK / KINDLE Susie Steiner Ó 2 Characters Summary Persons Unknown 4 starsPersons Unknown is book #2 of the DS Manon pronounced Ma No with the emphasis on the second syllable Bradshaw series Though I liked the first book Missing Presumed a bit better this too was a very enjoyable readMy main complaint is the slow start I was expecting a full on police procedural whereas what I got was a t

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    [Persons Unknown] EBOOK / KINDLE Steiner has created a character who is very easy to relate too she has so many contrasting characteristics to her personality tough and yet compassionate fearless except when it come to a certain twelve year old Fly a young black male that she adopted in the previous book Their relationship though is a work in progress The

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    Summary Persons Unknown [Persons Unknown] EBOOK / KINDLE Susie Steiner Ó 2 Characters This is the second in the DS Manon Bradshaw series which has seen her and her 12 year old adopted son Fly Dent move to Cambridgeshire to live with Manon's estranged sister Ellie and her son Solly Manon transferred from London to protect Fly

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    [Persons Unknown] EBOOK / KINDLE Susie Steiner Ó 2 Characters I was a huge fan of Missing Presumed so was thrilled to see the second in the series was being published Steiner

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    [Persons Unknown] EBOOK / KINDLE I gave Susie Steiner's first DS Manon mystery Missing Presumed an enthusiastic 4 stars and I feel exactly the same about Per

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    [Persons Unknown] EBOOK / KINDLE Witty sarcastic Manon is back in this second book of Susie Steiner's Manon Bradshaw series In this book Manon is very pregnant so Davy handles the investigation while Manon is relegated to desk dutyI find it hysterical that Steiner just loves to give her main character Manon Bradshaw icky physical ailments In her first book Missing Presumed Manon had an eye infection that became so bad that it actually repulsed me Whil

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    [Persons Unknown] EBOOK / KINDLE Susie Steiner Ó 2 Characters Summary Persons Unknown PERSONS UNKNOWN DS Manon #2 by Susie Steiner’s is her second crime police procedural novel I really enjoyed the first novel in this series Missing Presumed DS Manon #1 as I was very impressed with the level of literary writing The novel has also elements of psychological suspense and is very much character driven to flush out all the main

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    [Persons Unknown] EBOOK / KINDLE This is such a love story I can see jaws dropping Don't get me wrong it is also a straight forward police procedural But still such a love story The all encompassing love of family in Manon's case her adopted son Fly her unborn chil

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Summary Persons Unknown

Susie Steiner Ó 2 Characters Read Ù Persons Unknown 102 From the author of Missing Presumed a complicated detective investigates her most personal case yetDetective Manon Bradshaw is five months pregnant and has given up on finding romantic love Instead she is in hot pursuit of work life balance and parked in a cold case corridor the price she’s had to pay for a transfer back to Cambridgeshire. 375 StarsI wanted to love Persons Unknown the seuel to Susie Steiner s Missing Presumed as I really liked the first book unfortunately for me the mystery was somewhat lackluster and took a long time to build and the story line left me wanting Detective Superintendent Manon Bradshaw and is back in Cambridgeshire with her adopted black twelve year old son Fly Dent They are now living with her sister Ellie and Ellie s son Solly having left London Fly hates Cambridgeshire He misses his home in London and he misses his old friends even if he constantly got into trouble with them Manon thought Cambridgeshire would be better for him yet she never asked his opinion before uprooting him And both having been keeping secrets ever since Manon now works on cold cases at the police department until a successful businessman Jon Oliver who has ties to both Ellie and Solly is stabbed on the street Things go from bad to worse when her son Fly is seen on the CCTV footage wearing a black hoodie walking past as Jon Oliver falls to the ground thus Fly is immediately arrested Once she is pushed out of the official investigation Manon works to investigate the case on her own prove Fly s innocence and find out what really happened The story line is told from multiple viewpoints That of Manon DS Davy Walker the investigating officer who tries to do his job while also trying to help his friend Manon Birdie a uickie mart shop owner who sees a lot and know everyone and Angel a young woman who is in need of serious help and is befriended by Birdie I had read Susie Steiner s Missing Presumed and had extremely high hopes for this novel I was excited to find out what happened to Manon and her adopted son Fly Dent For me however this story started off extremely slow The beginning of the novel felt disjointed The character of Manon wasn t prominently featured until about halfway through and parts of her storyline weren t explained until then and I was left wondering confused by what was happening and was frankly annoyed by her actions and behavior While I liked the characters of Birdie and Angel I wasn t invested in them and had a hard time connecting with the storyline That said around the midway point the mystery picked up and all of the characters stories intertwined and from then on my interest was piued and I was in itAll in all I enjoyed the book and am glad it finally got good I look forward to seeing what else Susie Steiner has in store Keep em comingThank you to NetGalley Random House Publishing Group and Susie Steiner for an ARC of this novel in exchange for an honest reviewPublished on Netgalley and Goodreads on 41617Will be published on on 7417

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Persons Unknown

Susie Steiner Ó 2 Characters Read Ù Persons Unknown 102 N can’t help but sidle in on the briefing She’s horrified to discover that the victim and the prime suspect are closely linked to her than she could have imagined And as the Cambridgeshire police force closes ranks against her Manon is forced to contemplate the unthinkable How well does she know her loved ones and are they capable of murder ?. Witty sarcastic Manon is back in this second book of Susie Steiner s Manon Bradshaw series In this book Manon is very pregnant so Davy handles the investigation while Manon is relegated to desk dutyI find it hysterical that Steiner just loves to give her main character Manon Bradshaw icky physical ailments In her first book Missing Presumed Manon had an eye infection that became so bad that it actually repulsed me While most people are fairly vein about their appearance Manon ignored the problem refused to see a doctor even though it was nasty to look at and she continued to run around interviewing suspects witnesses and interacting with co workers This time she s 5 months pregnant but of course she can t just be pregnant she has to be enormous to the point where she has trouble walking while compulsively devouring everything in sight And after she gives birth Steiner describes Manon s boob when she breast feeds in front of an embarrassed Davy as bobs downwards like an escaping jellyfish eddying with blue veins The nipple is dark and enormous so attractive Her vivid descriptions are enough to put anyone off getting pregnantYes there is a mystery here a man is discovered dead in the local park It turns out that there is a family connection to Manon as the dead man was her sister Ellie s ex the father of Ellie s young son Oddly he also knew Manon s adopted son Fly without her being aware of it Things take an alarming turn when Fly is accused of the murderEven though Davy actively investigates the murder it feels like the mystery takes a backseat to Manon s personal problems with her pregnancy adoptive son Fly For much of this book Manon is stressed and depressed Gone was the witty sarcastic humour that had me in stitches in the first book And even though I only read the first book in this series less than a year ago i found that i had forgotten uite a bit and unlike other authors Steiner doesn t re hash what happened in the pastAll in all an interesting story not uite as good as the first book But worth reading for the growth and continuation of the characters especially if you plan to read the next book in this series

Susie Steiner Ó 2 Characters

Susie Steiner Ó 2 Characters Read Ù Persons Unknown 102 This is fine she tells herself She can devote herself to bringing up her adopted twelve year old son Fly Dent and the new baby Fly needed a fresh start anyway he was always being stopped and searched in London by officers who couldn’t see past the color of his skinYet when a wealthy businessman is found stabbed close to police headuarters Mano. I was a huge fan of Missing Presumed so was thrilled to see the second in the series was being published Steiner did a fabulous job in the first book of painting both her characters and the scenes with explicit brush strokes And she does it here again It is almost impossible to stay fixed in not knowing Instead she ricochets Like before I was highlighting descriptions left and right And she doesn t just provide these wonderful details with Manon Davy as well There s been no one since Chloenot so much that she put him off all relationships that he didn t get back on the horse and now he s not even in the vicinity of a stable In this book Manon has moved out of London with her sister Ellie and their kids including Fly Manon s adopted 12 year old He is the only black in is new school and is not fitting in Before you know it Fly has been accused of the murder of Jon Oliver the father of Ellie s three year old son You the reader are privy to Jon Oliver s background as well as the story from the viewpoint of someone who knows of what has happened I m always entranced by stories where we know of the story than the detectives How will it all come together This isn t a fast paced story No swoops or roller coaster rides But it s a nice steady pace And as with some of my other favorite mysteries Louise Penny Archer Mayor William Kent Krueger you re drawn in as much by how you get to know and appreciate the main characters I can only hope like with my other favorite authors there are many Manon Bradshaw mysteries ahead of us My thanks to netgalley and Random House for an advance copy of this book

  • Paperback
  • 368
  • Persons Unknown
  • Susie Steiner
  • en
  • 02 February 2018
  • 9781443453639