My Sister’s Books Review #12

Missing
By: Bill Noel

Chris Landrum is soaking up his semi-retired life in Folly Beach, South Carolina. Surrounded by his unique neighbors, Chris and his best friend Charles, find themselves in the middle of another police investigation. This time, young Samuel has possibly seen a woman being abducted and women are turning up dead. It is up to Chris and Charles to solve this mystery and this time they have help from Charles’s Aunt M.

Bill Noel has done it again with this latest novel in the Folly Beach Mystery Series. Between the odd cast of characters and the small town setting, readers will be laughing out loud while trying to solve this latest mystery. This is an easy read and a light-hearted mystery book. Recommend this book for fans of cozy mysteries.

Fran and Bess enjoy reading this series, too. As Bess says, “Reading each new book is like visiting old friends.”

Note: This review was written for My Sister’s Books.

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  1. I’ve been to Folly Beach. I’ll have to check this book out! 🙂 I just ordered the first one in the series. Thanks for the tip!:)

    • I hope you enjoy the series. I have read/reviewed the first book, Folly and the latest, Missing. Both were fun to read and kept me guessing. Let me know what you think of it.

      Have a good day!
      ~Ariesgrl

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