When a nine-year-old girl fails to arrive home after climbing off the school bus, a community is galvanized into action. Daisy Green, a lawyer at Sydney Legal, has a daughter, Emma, who travels on the same bus. She's beyond grateful her daughter is safe, but feels for the mother of the girl who has disappeared.
Christian Grayson is also a lawyer at Sydney Legal and he's closer to the awful incident than anyone might think. His uncle is the bus driver and Christian is currently staying in his uncle's house. Christian and Daisy bond over their combined efforts to find the missing girl.
Then Emma disappears on her way home from school and the community is put on high alert. Daisy is beyond herself with terror. What happened to Emma and where is she? Daisy will have to rely on Christian to find out...
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About the Author
Chris Taylor grew up on a farm in north-west New South Wales, Australia. She always had a thirst for stories and recalls writing her first book at the ripe old age of eight. Always a lover of romance and happily-ever-afters, a career in criminal law sparked her interest in intrigue and suspense. For Chris to be able to combine romance with suspense in her books is a dream come true.
Chris is married to Linden and is the mother of five children. If not behind her computer, you can find her doing the school run, taxiing children to swimming lessons, football, ballet and cricket. In her spare time, Chris loves to read her favorite authors who include Richard North Patterson, Sandra Brown, Kathleen E Woodiwiss and Jude Devereaux.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Ordinary Evil is book five of the Sydney Legal Series by Chris Taylor. One night Daisy Green got involved with searching for a young girl who disappeared on the way home from school. Christian Grayson became involved with the search because his Uncle Larry Grayson was the bus driver and the last person to see Lila-Jane. However, Christian Grayson and Daisy Green did not realise they both worked at Sydney Legal and lived in the same suburb until Lila-Jane went missing. The readers of Ordinary Evil will continue to follow the investigation into the disappearance of Lila-Jane and speculate if Christian Grayson and Daisy Green will fall in love. I enjoy reading Ordinary Evil. I love the way, Chris Taylor portrays her characters and intertwine them throughout the plot of Ordinary Evil. Chris Taylor does a great job to highlight a social issue that affects everyone. Ordinary Evil was well written and researched by Chris Taylor. "Ordinary Evil" engaged me from the first page, and I was unable to put it down until the conclusion of the book. The readers of Ordinary Evil well learn about the problems and issues with young offenders and their legal advisors. Also, the readers of Ordinary Evil will learn about the damage that sexual predators have on the kidnapped child and all the families who are involved. Reading Ordinary Evil, you will start to understand the problems single mothers have in balancing work and home life. I recommend this book.