Paper Girls

Also available in: Spanish

Synopsis of Paper Girls

In Paper Girls, haunted by his inability to track down and save his missing wife, DCI Robert Kett leaves the Metropolitan Police behind and moves to Norwich with his three young children, hoping to heal their broken family.

But his newfound peace doesn’t last. Two newspaper delivery girls have gone missing in the city, and the clues point to a serial kidnapper.

Kett is dragged into the centre of one of the darkest cases of his career — a case that pits him head to head against a horrifying evil.

And a case that might uncover the terrible truth of what happened to his wife.

Synopsis of the book, by Alex Smith, taken from Amazon

Paper Girls Recension

I haven’t read something this good in a long time. Not only because of the plot, but also because of what the protagonist’s family life entails, without a wife. When he takes the youngest daughter to the police station for the meeting, you get an idea of how everything is going to unfold. He refers to the poor girl as “the Kraken”. The thing is, it’s pretty stressful.

Well, the plot is great, the development too and, also, it has a sense of humor that made me laugh out loud. And not just because of the Kraken.

I already read all the others (the only one in Spanish, for now, is this one) and you may like it more or less, but the sense of humor is always present, the good plot too, and I’m waiting for the next one that will come out on April 1st this year 2022.

I love them. Let’s see if they translate more.

Series:  Robert Kett; 1

Publisher: Relentless Media
Year 2021

Language: English
Format: eBook

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