blog tour fifteen : Little Boy Found by LK Fox

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Book Title: Little Boy Found
Author: LK Fox
Series: None
Genres: Fiction, Thriller, Crime, Suspense,
Publisher: Quercus
Released? : July 6th, 2017
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I read this in book format.

I was sent a copy of Little Boy Found in return for an honest review.

When I was asked to take part in the blog tour for this book by the lovely Alainna, I was very quick to accept.

Little Boy Found is the story of Nick and his young son Gabriel. Nick drops Gabriel off at school one morning and has a minor crash with another vehicle. When the other driver won’t give Nick any of his insurance information, Nick takes a photograph of the license plate and when he gets home, he’s horrified to see Gabriel in the back seat, being driven away by the complete stranger.

As morbid as it sounds, I love the fast paced feel of an abduction novel. You’re always on your toes, waiting with baited breath for more information.

This story is smart. It’s unique, it’s clever. With lots of twists and turns, you never know what you’re going to find on the next page. The plot moves along nicely throughout and there’s never a point when you’re bored.

I really don’t want to give much away with this one because I really do think you need to read it for yourself because there is so much more to it than a child abduction plot.

With two strong point of view characters of different ages and genders, this is a story that will grab you tight and not let go until long after you’ve closed the book.

This book is available through Amazon UK as an eBook. It is released on July 6th.

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