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After a previous case ended in a tragic double murder, Detective Lucy Harwin, has been on enforced absence from the force. But when the body of an elderly man is discovered in an abandoned hospital, she is plunged straight back into a case that will test her to breaking point. 464 more words
Valeria Luiselli, Los niños perdidos. Un ensayo en cuarenta preguntas , 2016, 112 p.
“Why did you come to the United States? That’s the first question on the intake questionnaire for unaccompanied child migrants.” Through her work as an interpreter in defense of child migrants in the federal immigration court in New York City, Valeria Luiselli could get to know first hand the tangled legal process on which depends literally the future of thousands of children from Central America who risk their lives to cross the borders of Mexico and the United States to escape the daily inferno in their respective countries of origin. 257 more words
In the mid 70s, 9 year old Lizzie can’t stand her younger baby brother. He’s stolen her parents attention and all he does is cry. She decided to take matters into her own hands, and smothers him with a pillow. 554 more words
Today I am delighted to be one of the stops on the blog tour for The Lost Children, the first book in the Detective Lucy Harwin series by Helen Phifer. 987 more words
I received this novel as an advanced copy from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
I really like female detective stories. I like seeing female characters who are giving orders and are smart, brave, and able to stand their ground. 313 more words
Another read down for #cjsreads and another pick from Bookouture!
This time around, we read The Lost Children by Helen Phifer. Kids in an asylum? Murder? 1,251 more words