Sep 18, 2012

Book Teaser: Not My Blood by Barbara Cleverly

Teaser Tuesdays is hosted by MizB; choose sentences at random from your current read. Identify author and title for readers. 
 "I'm not absolutely certain, Lydia, but there's trouble with a runaway boy. At Victoria Station. They're holding him until I can get there." (ch. 2)
Not My Blood: A Joe Sandilands Murder Mystery by Barbara Cleverly
Published August 21, 2012; Soho Crime
Setting: England, 1933
Source: publisher

Scotland Yard Detective Joe Sandilands gets a phone call from a distressed boy named Jackie Drummond, who just might be Joe's illegitimate son. Jackie is in trouble at his Sussex boarding school, where a teacher has been murdered. A frightening number of boys, all from wealthy families, have gone missing over the school’s history, but by a strange coincidence none of the families have followed up on their sons' whereabouts. (Book description)

11 comments:

The Readdicts said...

That's a nice tease, and the book seems interesting too! :)

It would be great if you could come check out my Teaser Tuesday post.

Happy reading!

-Sarika.

The Bookworm said...

Hmmmm.... I wonder why none of the families followed up on the disappearances? Sounds like a good read.

Zibilee said...

Both the teaser and the synopsis that you provided make me want to know more about the mysterious disappearances of the boys, and why nobody ever followed up on them! Very curious!

fredamans said...

Sounds like an emotional read.

Yvonne said...

Interesting teaser!

Nise' said...

My interest is peaked about this book.

Staci said...

Liking the teaser and certainly the location!

Susan said...

Ooo this sounds like a good one! I love period pieces set in England. I'll have to add this to my tr list now.

Here's mine.

Nan said...

I've read the first couple in this series, and I keep meaning to get back to it. Thanks for the reminder.

Carol said...

Interesting teaser. And the description makes it sound like I'd enjoy it. I've never heard of this series before.

Anonymous said...

Now I understand the term 'Teaser!'
Barb

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