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Lost Daughters (Micky Knight, #4) Micky takes on the case of a widowed mother looking for her daughter and a tough gay boy hunting for his biological mother Together, they stir in Micky a desire to search for her own mother who abandoned her when she was just a young girl. New Read [ Lost Daughters (Micky Knight, #4) ] by [ J.M. Redmann ] – groundhogwalking.co.uk

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  1. Not as fantastic as the previous three books, but still a really good read This book has a lot to do about Mickey s family life So many twists and turns that I felt like I was reading a soap opera, but it kept things interesting...

  2. Intense and engaging.

  3. This fourth book in the Micky Knight series is extraordinarily balanced with multiple story lines that delightfully intersect and support the shared searches for lost daughters There are also a disturbing number of murders that hit home and at the heart for Micky and her close friends Micky is not only a key element in the searches, but uncovers the curious link that really ties all the murders together Such a magnificent story that weaves back and forth between the harsh realities and delica This fourth book in the Micky Knight series is extraordinarily balanced with multiple story lines that delightfully intersect and support the shared searches for lost daughters There are also a disturbing number of murders that hit home and at the heart for Micky and her close friends Micky is not only a key element in the searches, but uncovers the curious link that really ties all the murders together Such a magnificent story that weaves back and forth between the harsh realities and delicate yet profound love of children and their mothers Perfect Micky Knight starts things off by celebrating her third anniversary with her love, Cordelia That is an exceptional milestone and is given a wonderfully appreciative hats off to both women for achieving it Very soon thereafter, Micky digs in on her assignments to find missing relatives for one distraught gay guy s need for his birth mother, one bereft mother in search of her daughter, and her own n...

  4. She s done it again Whew This one was great I love that in each book Micky also solves some important mystery in her own life I was bawling at the end And though I figured out what would happen, the details took me ...

  5. Micky Knight just gets better and better and no one can write her better than Redmann Plot drive, character driven, murder mystery For a PI who doesn t want to do the murder and mayhem, Micky Knight g...

  6. Book Info Genre Detective Lesbian Noir Reading Level Adult Disclosure I received a free copy of book 7 in this series in exchange for an honest review I purchased the rest of the books in the series myself, so am under no particular obligation, but am happy to provide an honest review.Synopsis Micky takes on the cases of a widowed mother looking for her daughter and a tough gay boy hunting for his biol...

  7. The book starts off almost three years after the events of its predecessor Cordelia and Micky are still together happy and rolling, something Micky never thought would be possible, which is pretty easy to understand as her previous relationships rarely lastedthan a week and even rarerthan a day Story is pretty much focused on Micky, her personal life and again her past Side characters like Joanna and Danny doesn t get much space and only appears on a few occasions, which made me a The book starts off almost three years after the events of its predecessor Cordelia and Micky are still together happy and rolling, something Micky never thought would be possible, which is pretty easy to understand as her previous relationships rarely lastedthan a week and even rarerthan a day Story is pretty much focused on Micky, her personal life and again her past Side characters like Joanna and Danny doesn t get much space and only appears on a few occasions, which made me a bit sad Even appearances of Cordelia, considering she s her lover, are rather rare.Overall, after the third that felt rather awkward , I enjoyed reading this one very much Though, in future I d be happy to seeof Joanna, Danny and rest of the characters.PS I also quite dislike gaps between the individual books She was 29 in the first, around 35 37 now in the fourth and as far as I know she should be around 44 in the fifth and the sixth book.I d...

  8. I remember really liking this when I first read this.And I did again, but I must say it somehow lacked in intensity compared with the previous two books I m not quite sure why, as both the crime plot and Micky s journey to somehow complete the puzzle that is her past are intense and emotional Maybe it has to do with the binge ing.Style wise and character wise it is the least edgy and raw book in the series I think the author has grown into her style and Micky has grown into her life in a way I remember really liking this when I first read this.And I did again, but I must say it somehow lacked in intensity compared with the previous two books I m not quite sure why, as both the crime plot and Micky s journey to somehow complete the puzzle that is her past are intense and emotional Maybe it has to do with the binge ing.Style wise and character wise it is the least edgy and raw book in the series I think the author has grown into h...

  9. I enjoyed this farthan its forerunner, The Intersection of Law and Desire Lost Daughters is set some time later, when Micky Cordelia are celebrating their 3rd anniversary Prompted by this and a couple of her cases, Micky delves deeper into her own past in a bid to understa...

  10. I liked this, the 4th in the Micky Knight series My least favorite part of it was the serial killer theme I know it s a detective series but this would have been fine with just the lost child part of the story 2 cases and Micky s own story Sometimes, being a...