In Plain Sight by Marion Todd

Book blurb

A child’s life is at stake. Which of the residents of St Andrews is hiding something – and why?

When a baby girl is snatched from the crowd of spectators at a fun run, the local police have a major investigation on their hands. DI Clare Mackay and her team are in a race against the clock when they learn that the child has a potentially fatal medical condition.

As Clare investigates she realises this victim wasn’t selected at random. Someone knows who took the baby girl, and why. But will they reveal their secrets before it’s too late?

The second instalment from an exciting new Scottish detective series.

My thoughts

As a charity race begins a group of protesters lie down on the route and halt the race D I Clare Mackay, who was taking part, makes her way to the front of the runners to sort things out. Then a woman screams – her baby has been taken! So begins a race against time when it emerges that Abigail, the missing child, has a heart condition and may not survive more than 48 hours without her medication.

What I like about this book, as well as being such a good read, is that you get a police procedural which is so engrossing, keeps up the tension throughout, feels so realistic, has a few twists that keep you guessing and you are hooked to the last page.

The second in what is turning out to be a cracking series from Marion Todd, In Plain Sight is a really good police procedural and well worth a read.

Information

Publisher: Canelo

Out: 20th Feb 2020

Buy: AmazonSmileUK

Author: Marion Todd

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