Do You Love Psychological Suspense / Mystery Books? Thursday’s Child
Psychologist Fliss Whitelaw is off to Cyprus. There she’ll combine skills she learned as a competitive gymnast and as a psychologist with the specific exhaustive training she’s recently undergone. She’s a highly trained agent with the Kidnapper’s Trust sent to rescue an abducted child.
Some time later Fliss becomes increasingly suspicious that something is amiss at their tightly run organisation. Roland, their exacting boss, always spends enormous time and effort researching each potential case to ensure they meet strict criteria, but not lately. Further, agents are being deployed without the extensive training each gig requires. The chilling truth is that agents are being put in danger, to say nothing of the abducted children.
Fliss is terrified it’s only a matter of time before a kidnapping goes disastrously wrong.
Obsessively compelling, Thursday’s Child is an emotionally compulsive story that will grip you from the first to the last page.
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About the Author
Tannis has worn many hats: occupational therapist in her early days, psychologist, university researcher at various medical schools, teacher and now author. She's written many books which are safely stored on her hard drive, but Pumpkin Eater is available on Fishpond http://bit.ly/ZscgKT as a paperback and Bye Baby Bunting is a paperback too - available from CreateSpace (www.createspace.com). She lives in Auckland New Zealand mostly, but also she is in the UK southwest of London and at 'the lake' in northwestern Ontario Canada each year too.