Originally published: 6 March 2018
Author: M J Ford
Set in: Bath, UK
Genre: Crime Thriller
Page count: 336
Reading dates: 10-16 March 2018
Star Rating: 4/5
When an 8 year old Josie Masters sees a young Dylan Jones, wearing a red football shirt being led away with a clown at a fair when she is a child, she tries to let people know but it is too late and he disappears.
30 years later Josie is working as a police officer in Bath. The remains of a child’s body is found with the scraps of a red shirt and it looks as though Dylan has finally been found.
Then another child disappears, apparently also taken by a clown.
This is a fast paced crime thriller which twists and turns all over the place and the final few chapters meant I couldn’t put it down. The ending is actually quite scary and Josie is a well written and believable character. A great debut novel!
Thank you to Avon books for sending me this book as part of an Instagram book tour.
Incidentally, I thought it’d be fun to have a clown mask in this picture – DON’T Google “Clown Masks”. I didn’t have a phobia but I may do now!
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