Beyond A Doubt by Nancy Cole Silverman
This was a good, fun mystery. I enjoyed the characters and storyline. I liked how the main character’s daughter got drawn into the story, but felt the main character made some stupid decisions, but don’t we all! Overall, it was an enjoyable read that keeps you hooked and turning the pages!
When 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 glamor 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.