Book Review: The Shivering Turn

The Shivering Turn
A new series set in Oxford
by Sally Spencer
Severn House

Severn House Publishers
Mystery & Thrillers, General Fiction (Adult)
Pub Date 01 Feb 2017

I am voluntarily reviewing The Shivering Turn through the publisher and Netgalley:

The Shivering Turn takes us to a spring day in 1974 when Mrs. Cobert’s daughter.

It is May.08.1974, they are in Oxford England whenwhen Mary Cobert’s walks into Private Investigator Jennie Redheads run down office, needing help finding her seventeen year old daughter who went missing, but the Police feel Linda is a run away so her Mother turns to Private Investigator Jennie Redheads for help.

She learns that Lindie wanted to be with doctor.

The only clues seem to be is sing Canvas bag, and an obscure 17th Century poem.  As well as a book she hollowed out.

Crispin Hetherington is the President of the Shivering Turn Society,  a small group.  Crispin refuses to cooperate and answer questions about the missing man.

Will Jennie Redhead be able to find out what happened to Linda?  Find out in The Shivering Tirn.

Five out of five stars.

Happy Reading. 

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