Reviews for “A Child Lost”!

Michelle Cox’s delightful storytelling has a bewitching charm that will keep readers glued to their seats with a perfect blend of absorbing historical facts, intriguing mystery, and thrilling romance. – Readers Favorite

A Child Lost is undoubtedly a novel that should not be missed—the story is genius, flawlessly written, and wildly entertaining!  A thrilling five stars!” — The Red Headed Book Lover

Once again, Cox delivers the passion and intrigue of Henrietta and Clive with a story that leaps right off the page. A Child Lost is a true thrill… — Paperback Paris

…vivid descriptive prose and historical accuracy – Publishers Weekly

Having already won myriad awards for her novels, this book is, in my opinion, the author’s best written yet. The action/suspense at the end of A Child Lost sizzles, and Ms. Cox’s ability to capture love in many of its varied, authentic forms is mesmerizing. Cox has knocked it totally out of the park. – Carolyn Breckinridge, author of Kaleidoscope Jane: & Other Stories

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. – Cheryle Fischer

Michelle Cox‘s Henrietta and Inspector Howard series is a delightful mix of historical fiction and intrigue with a bit of saucy lovemaking tossed in. In A CHILD LOST, the fifth book, she adds spooky. Right away, we’re swept into the story . . .  – Book Trib

Michelle Cox writes masterfully in bringing to life in vivid detail a well-researched historical fiction story.   The characters’ depth and complexity is beautifully written…this is  a truly enjoyable and addicting series. – Nurse Bookie, bookblogger