Saturday, July 25, 2015

Blog Tour: BEYOND A DOUBT (A Carol Childs Mystery) by Nancy Cole Silverman

When reporter Carol Childs is called to the scene of a body dump she has no idea she’s about to uncover a connection to a string of missing girls. Young, attractive women drawn to the glitz and glamour of Hollywood via an internet promise of stardom and romance have been disappearing. A judge’s daughter leaves behind a clue and a trip down Hollywood Boulevard’s Walk of Fame reveals a connection to a high powered real estate mogul and to a cartel targeting girls for human trafficking.

Old Hollywood has its secrets, its impersonators and backdoor entrances to old speakeasies and clubs where only those with the proper credentials can go. And when Carol Childs gets too close, she finds herself politically at odds with powers that threaten to undue her career and like the very girls she’s seeking, disappear.

Books in the Carol Childs Mystery Series:
WITHOUT A DOUBT (#3) January 2016

Carol Childs gets involved when she's called to the body dump.  When someone else she knows, Gabi, is missing, she thinks there may be a connection.  Then her daughter is drugged during a pub crawl and Carol is on a mission, with a little help from her friend, Sherri.  Her corporate boss wants her to let it drop, wants a clean, homey show with lots of positives - certainly not a kidnapping/sex trafficking ring in Hollywood. 

Silverman spins a great tale here, and I for one will not have the same thoughts when I hear of (or see) a Clark Gable impersonator. The story moves quickly and Carol manages to get herself into trouble.  This isn't so much a "whodunit". The "who" is easy.  Carol's challenge is in proving it without endangering her daughter or herself.  This is the second in the series, but can easily be read as a stand alone.  I'm looking forward to the third when it comes out.

About This Author
Nancy Cole Silverman credits her twenty-five years in news and talk radio for helping her to develop an ear for storytelling. But it wasn’t until 2001 after she retired from news and copywriting that she was able to sit down and write fiction fulltime. Much of what Silverman writes about today she admits is pulled from events that were reported on from inside some of Los Angeles’ busiest newsrooms where she spent the bulk of her career. In the last ten years she has written numerous short stories and novelettes. Today Silverman lives in Los Angeles with her husband, Bruce and two standard poodles.

Author Links

Twitter: @NancyColeSilve1

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