“Stranger in Town” Pierces Realities of Child Trafficking

16148854“Stranger in Town” was a nice surprise for me, editorially as well as from a consumer perspective. The book shows another side to Cheryl  Bradshaw that I’ve not yet seen, and I am convinced this is her best novel yet.  All her books are fabulous, and I follow them like a hounddog, but this one . . .

This is a riveting story, piercing the horrors (and reality, sadly) of child abduction and 644533_556239261060901_1815762556_ntrafficking like few others yet. I wish her the best with this novel.

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Here she is at a book signing today, showing off her personality and Stranger in Town, both equally powerful.

~~ Editor, reviewer Janet Green, thewordverve inc.

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