Missing in London

Rated 4.00/5 based on 1 review
Book #3 in the Anna Davies Mystery Series

Anna Davies is working in London as a Senior Editor. Her best-selling author, Arthur Hambledon, has just finished his latest book which he says “will raise some eyebrows.” Then Arthur disappears, along with the manuscript. Anna is determined to find out what has happened to him. More
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About Rita Lee Chapman

Rita Lee Chapman was born in the UK and migrated to Australia in her early twenties. It was only when she retired to the Sunshine Coast in Queensland that she wrote her first novel “Missing in Egypt” Book 1 in the Anna Davies Mystery Series.

“This fulfilled a lifelong ambition for me. In primary school I wrote long stories but since then my writing had been restricted to business correspondence, press releases and letters home to my family!

Missing at Sea, is Book 2 in the Anna Davies Mystery Series and Book 3 is Missing in London.

Winston - A Horse's Tale is the story of an Australian horse, Winston, told by himself. It tells of his adventures and experiences as well as those of other horses he meets along life's way. It was the book I had to write and is for all horse lovers from teenagers upwards.

Dangerous Associations and The Poinciana Tree are crime mysteries."

For more information on Rita and her books visit her website at www.ritaleechapman.com

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About the Series: Anna Davies Mystery
Anna Davies is an Australian whose life seems to attract mystery and drama - not to mention a little romance!

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Reviews of Missing in London by Rita Lee Chapman

Victoria Zigler reviewed on Sep. 4, 2018

This book was an enjoyable read. The plot was captivating enough to grab my attention and hold it well throughout, and the characters were well-rounded and believable. I did sort of feel like Anna forced her way in to this mystery though, so it didn't feel quite as natural for her to be involved in seeking answers as in the first two books, and part of me was agreeing with her husband's comments about how she should let it drop, even as the rest of me wanted her to keep seeking answers so I could find out what happened too. Still, that was my only real issue with the book.
(reviewed 28 days after purchase)
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