Book: The Case of the Broken Doll (An Inspector David Graham Cozy Mystery Book 4) by Alison Goldencategories: Book, Police Procedural, British Detective, Traditional Detective, Small Town, Fun, Entertaining, Intrigue, Internet, Missing Child, Fraud, Cozy Mystery
Alison Goldenabout this book: "I've been doing this job long enough to know that, well, people are weird. They do weird things that defy explanation. I'm just saying." Graham opened his takeout and began eating. "They do, Sergeant. For sure."
From the complex issues of a lost child and internet proclivities to the more mundane pleasures of a "proper cuppa," DI David Graham is getting settled into his new job in Gorey. He knows he needs to find more proper living quarters than the White House Inn, but he's liked being pampered.
Christmas shopping has forced him to explore Gorey, and, in doing so, he learns of the disappearance of a girl some years back. As he pieces together the puzzle of her loss, his tendency to find if "the game's afoot" inserts him into secrets, his own included, that could make or break his team and his tenure in this tiny town.
As the story unfolds Alison Golden and Grace Dagnell add today's headlines into a cold case that entertains, educates and informs the reader and makes them want more.
• "A crackerjack read by prolific writers. May DI Graham be around a long time! 5 stars."
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