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âA stylish and sophisticated thriller. With bold, clever writing, this is an assured debut and very welcome addition to the genre.â â Aviva Dautch

A teenage girl, missing in Paris.

A young woman, searching for her mother.

A female PI on a mission.

When police drop the case on missing Mathilde Benazet, renegade PI Veronique Cotillard steps in to prove that she can succeed where police inspector Guillaume Leveque failedâ¦

Alice Westonâs father had always told her that her mother died in childbirth â but now, Alice has proof that her mother may be alive and living in Paris. When her father dies, Alice decides to take matters into her own hands: itâs time to uncover her familyâs long-buried secrets⦠at any cost.

As Alice and Veroniqueâs lives intertwine, and the city of Paris prepares to celebrate Bastille Day in the shadows of a gathering storm, both women must face the ghosts of their past â and the monsters in the present.

What reviewers are saying about THE GIRL IN THE SHADOWS:

âFast paced and kept me on my toes. I couldn’t wait to read what was going to happen next. Veronique is a strong female detective which is really refreshing.â â Dash Fan, Blogger

âThis is the kind of book that you desperately hope will have a sequel; all of these characters (especially Veronique, Christophe and Guillaume) have such depth that it would be a shame not to meet them again in the future.â â Lynne Frappier, NetGalley reviewer

âKatherine Debona is a fine writer. This book is both well written and plotted.â â Joyce Fox, NetGalley reviewer

âA girl is missing in this complex family drama that is both heart wrenching and infuriating ⦠Keep the tissues handy! The writer’s style is very readable. I loved this book.â â Judy Dowell, NetGalley reviewer

âA complex and intricately woven mystery.â â Rosemary Smith, NetGalley reviewer

âKept me guessing as there were twists and turns galore, with a surprising ending.â â Philip White, NetGalley reviewer

âI was drawn in from the onset.â â Susan Anne Burton, NetGalley reviewer

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