I find Fleur McDonald’s books so easy to get into, so I was very excited to read her latest, Broad River Station.
Mia has just gone through all her police training and is pleased to be placed at the local station of the small town where her beloved grandmother is living. Grandmother Clara is in a care home and battling dementia, and she has said some rather strange things.
She presents Mia with an old key that will lead Mia on her own private mystery solving journey.
Mia’s move to the small town is not going as smoothly as she had hoped. Her assigned partner at the new station is not making things easy for her, and clearly shows his dislike of female constables – or perhaps just females in general.
With the stress at work, then odd and more disturbing things happening at and around her new home, she is a little relieved when she is moved to Barker. This is actually the town where her grandmother used to own and run a local store.
Still within driving distance of Clara, the move gives Mia time to do a bit of digging into the mystery of her family. But, when a small child goes missing, Mia has to put all this aside and focus on helping to locate this little girl.
This is yet another wonderful read from Fleur McDonald and I get the feeling that we haven’t heard the last of Constable Mia Worth. I am hoping not as Fleur has left the door wide open.
If you are on the lookout for a great summer read and want something other than a romance then put Broad River Station on your list. There is more than just one mystery within the pages to keep you guessing.
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Im a Mum of 3 beautiful girls.
An avid reader that loves to travel but lacks the funds to venture far and wide constantly. A perfumeaholic with an addiction to beauty and skincare.
If not found with my head in a book or on a plane I can be found spending hours upon hour in Doctors and Hospital waiting rooms as part of my job as a Carer