Anonymous: A Madison Kelly Mystery
Someone has left a threatening note nailed to the door of Madison Kelly, a San Diego private investigator, warning her to stop her investigation or “I will hunt you down and kill you.” Strange thing is, she’s not investigating anyone at the moment. The only clue is the true-crime podcast she’s been listening to and tweeting about. Two girls have gone missing after a night spent clubbing. If she is to find out who left the note in the first place, Madison will have to do exactly what the note tells her not to do: investigate. Madison is damned if she does and damned if she doesn’t.
Elizabeth Breck’s debut novel, Anonymous, is the first installment in a new mystery series. As a real-life licensed private investigator, Breck’s prose rings true of someone who has walked the same San Diego streets and taken similar steps to her main character when solving a mystery. The book features a strong mystery and plot, and it’s something to add to your reading list if you are a fan of Sue Grafton’s mysteries.
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|Page Count||320 pages|
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|Category||Mystery, Crime & Thriller|