Hushabye (A Kate Redman Mystery: Book 1) - Celina Grace

Hushabye (A Kate Redman Mystery: Book 1)

By Celina Grace

  • Release Date: 2015-08-24
  • Genre: Police Procedural
Score: 4
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From 42 Ratings

Description

A missing baby. A murdered girl. A case where everyone has something to hide... 

On the first day of her new job in the West Country, Detective Sergeant Kate Redman finds herself investigating the kidnapping of Charlie Fullman, the newborn son of a wealthy entrepreneur and his trophy wife. It seems a straightforward case... but as Kate and her fellow officer Mark Olbeck delve deeper, they uncover murky secrets and multiple motives for the crime. 

Kate finds the case bringing up painful memories of her own past secrets. As she confronts the truth about herself, her increasing emotional instability threatens both her hard-won career success and the possibility that they will ever find Charlie Fullman alive... 

Hushabye (A Kate Redman Mystery: Book 1) is the the first novel in the best selling Kate Redman Mystery series from crime writer Celina Grace, author of Lost Girls and The House on Fever Street.

Reviews

  • Hushabye

    5
    By Clean romancer
    Good structure. Interesting story. Liked it a lot.
  • Any of your books

    1
    By momawmeme
    There is absolutely no good reason to use the offensive language that you use in this book!
  • “Hushabye” by Celina Grace is an

    5
    By J. O'Farrell
    exciting mystery set in today’s modern day England. Kate Redman is the protagonist, while the murder/kidnapper is the antogonist. After a few twists and turns, Kate and her associates solve the crime, with Kate following her instincts and coming face to face with the disturbed murder/kidnapper. The novel moves quickly and the characters are all extremely memorable. -Jan Farrell Repath
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    2
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  • A Very Enjoyable Read

    5
    By BrianM8614
    For those reviewers who haven’t even read this book but we’re put off by language, I counted three f-bombs in the entire book. And each was appropriate to a character in the moment. I would think these holier-than-thou prudes don’t get to read many books. Too bad - you missed a good one here. Oh, and stop reviewing books you haven’t read. Now that’s really very lame of you.

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