The Case of the Broken Doll by Alison Golden

This was a fun cozy mystery. Inspector David Graham is a very interesting cop in this small town. He learns about a child that disappeared 10 years before and starts to investigate again. This was well done. I received an ebook copy from the author for a fair and honest review that I gave willingly.


 A missing girl. A broken doll. Dark, deviant secrets. When 15-year-old Beth Ridley vanished on her way to school, it was a mystery that baffled and shocked the small community of Gorey, Jersey. A leg torn from a doll she was carrying was the solitary clue as to what happened that day. Now, on the tenth anniversary of her disappearance, Detective Inspector Graham is taking another look at the case. His Sherlockian tendencies are set alight. What he finds will rock the town, stirring memories long buried and forgotten. There are painful truths to face. And what of Beth? Can Graham discover what happened? Could she still be alive? Buy this book because it’s good.

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