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A Child Lost (Henrietta and Inspector Howard #5) A Spiritualist, An Insane Asylum, A Lost Little GirlWhen Clive, Anxious To Distract A Depressed Henrietta, Begs Sergeant Frank Davis For A Case, He Is Assigned To Investigating A Seemingly Boring Affair A Spiritualist Woman Operating In An Abandoned Schoolhouse On The Edge Of Town Who Is Suspected Of Robbing People Of Their Valuables What Begins As An Open And Shut Case Becomes Complicated, However, When Henrietta Much To Clive S Dismay Begins To Believe The Spiritualist S Strange RamblingsMeanwhile, Elsie Begs Clive And Henrietta To Help Her And The Object Of Her Budding Love, Gunther, Locate The Whereabouts Of One Liesel Klinkhammer, The German Woman Gunther Has Traveled To America To Find And The Mother Of The Little Girl, Anna, Whom He Has Brought Along With Him The Search Leads Them To Dunning Asylum, Where They Discover Some Terrible Truths About Liesel When The Child, Anna, Is Herself Mistakenly Admitted To The Asylum After An Epileptic Fit, Clive And Henrietta Return To Dunning To Retrieve Her This Time, However, Henrietta Begins To Suspect That Something Darker May Be Happening When Clive Doesn T Believe Her, She Decides To Take Matters Into Her Own Hands With Horrifying Results

About the Author: Michelle Cox

Michelle Cox is the author of the multiple award winning Henrietta and Inspector Howard series as well as Novel Notes of Local Lore, a weekly blog dedicated to Chicagos forgotten residents She suspects she may have once lived in the 1930s and, having yet to discover a handy time machine lying around, has resorted to writing about the era as a way of getting herself back there Coincidentally, her

10 thoughts on “A Child Lost (Henrietta and Inspector Howard #5)

  1. says:

    Entertaining is just one word I would use to describe this book This is the fifth book in the Henrietta and Inspector Howard series I did not read the first 4 books This one can be read as a stand alone book I was not lost at all, it felt like I knew the characters and I hated to see this book come to an end.4 stars and I recommend it The Mary Reader received this book from the publisher for review A favorable review was not

  2. says:

    It s 1936 in ChicagoElsie, Henrietta s sister, is now a student at Mondelein an all women faculty in Chicago There she befriends the German custodian who s looking after a little girl, 5 year old Anna She was left in his mother s boarding house back home in Germany by Liesel who went to America to look for Anna s father Gunther has now followed her to the USA because Anna suffers from epilepsy what was considered a mental illn

  3. says:

    A Child Lost id an intriguing story set in the 1930 s The detectives have their hands full An orphan, an asylum, a seance and then family and friends needing help plus their own health Lots of action and plot twist that keep you reading until the end.

  4. says:

    Author Michelle Cox has knocked it totally out of the park with her soon to be released novel, A Child Lost, the fifth in her Henrietta and Inspector Howard series This novel is worthy of six or seven stars, and fans of historical mystery romance would be wise to delve into her multi award winning series set in Chicago in the 1930 s A Girl Like You, A Ring of Truth, A Promise Given, A Veil Removed A Child Lost continues to follow

  5. says:

    From the very first paragraph the reader is back in the world of 1930 s Chicago populated by Elsie and Gunther and Henrietta and Clive This book is the fifth in the series by Michelle Cox and to me the best yet Henrietta is recovering from the miscarriage and Clive is striving to bring her out of her depression when not just one case but two investigations are available for the couple who are starting a private investigation busines

  6. says:

    I ve read all the book in the series and with each addition both the storyline and writing gets better and better The writing is very well done and well developed I feel like I know and can relate to the characters The story flows so nicely from chapter to chapter that the reader is never bored It was such a fun and entertaining read I highly recommend this novel and the others in the series to readers who want a good historical myste

  7. says:

    Just when I thought she couldn t get any better SHE DOES IT AGAIN What starts out to be what Clive believes a distraction to help poor Henrietta , becomes oh so much ..The ups downs, the ins and outs of this story are awesome This is one story I will not forget. Thrilling Passionate Intriguing highly thrilling to say the least A great mystery leaving you with the feeling of something bigger and slightly evil maybe coming fir someone BU

  8. says:

    I have become really invested in this series especially Henrietta and Clive A Child Lost is the fifth book in the Henrietta and Inspector Howard Series While, these books could be read as stand alone novels, I do recommend reading them all in chronological order This way you really get the full experience Plus, as I said, I have really enjoyed these books so it will not be a problem to read them all.It was so kind of Clive to look after H

  9. says:

    Another great book in this series, however, I have to admit this one is my favorite Based on a romantic plot between two charming and witty characters, the story has some mysterious twists and turns I just love it and can t wait to read and to find out what happens next I hope Cox will not let me wait for too long Strongly recommend this book to all of you who love romance with suspense, super entertaining Best Birthday gift idea for those

  10. says:

    I received an ARC from the author The opinionsIn this review are my own This novel is a continuation of the Henrietta and Inspector Howard series The author successfully weaves the lives of several characters through this historical fiction novel Henrietta and Clive are struggling to launch their careers as detectives Meanwhile Elsie continues to question her future Intertwined in the novel include settings of the home of a medium with psychi

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