Beyond A Doubt by Nancy Cole Silverman
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Beyond A Doubt is the second book in the Carol Childs mystery series. It is a very well written and professionally edited, full length novel.
Carol, while working as a radio station's investigative reporter, is sent to cover the murder of a young woman. She soon finds herself delving into the world of missing women, sexual slavery and organ harvesting. The perpetrator of these crimes is a powerful man, entrenched in local government and charity circles. It is up to Carol to prove his guilt to law enforcement and to the public.
I fully enjoyed the fast paced plot and detailed investigation in BAD. And thank goodness (and the author) for an intelligent heroine and her equally intelligent female friend. Add that Carol is middle aged, a parent, with a normal body type and I was in Happy Reading Land.
ARC provided by the publisher via Netgalley.