Check out what’s In The Spotlight. It’s Stef Penney’s The Invisible Ones as featured in this post from the Confessions of a Mystery Novelist blog,
Welcome to another edition of In The Spotlight. Besides the crime/mystery of the main plot, some crime stories also offer perspectives on other cultures, and interesting ‘windows’ into the way other people live. Let’s take a look at that sort of book today and turn the spotlight on Stef Penney’s The Invisible Ones.
As the story begins, PI Ray Lovell is recovering in a hospital from what we soon learn is a poisoning. He gradually becomes aware of his surroundings, and it’s not long before he starts to be aware of who he is and where he is. Then the story shifts to the beginning of the events that led to Lovell’s being poisoned.
It all really starts when Lovell gets a visit from Leon Wood, who wants Lovell to find his daughter, Rose. Apparently, she went missing several years ago after a short marriage to a…
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