A Crack in the Teacup – Book Review

A Crack in the Teacup – Schedule Review

The Fracture in the Teacup, by C.M. Albrecht, is an enigma fiction story with a slight seasoning of love and thriller to spice points up. The tale line is focused in a tiny Californian community where an 11-year-old boy, Jerry Beakey, goes missing on his method to a music lesson. Writer C.M. Albrecht masterfully strolls the reader through every element of the instance and what occurs in police departments, support centers and also within the family of the missing person.

There are two main characters in The Crack in the Teacup. Detective Steve Songs as well as his co-workers butt-heads with the FBI while servicing the instance. Charming, and sympathetic, Shelly Lambert guards a horrible secret and nurtures a sense of guilt that drives her to volunteer at the Missing and Made use of Children Coalition whenever she can escape her work as a Notary.

Whenever Detective Songs and Shelly satisfy throughout the investigation, something deeper between them occurs. Neither of them appears to know what to do regarding it. Steve finds Shelly’s secret when he explores her past and develops a massive rift between them that could destroy their love.

A traditional who-dun-it composed in the Agatha Christi style with a very uncommon objective for child kidnapping. I presumed almost everyone involved eventually in guide and I suched as that the personalities represented real society, with individuals of various races, suitables and also backgrounds. The Fracture in the Teacup has very little violence, however a great deal of enigma and also a pleased closing.

ISBN #: 1-59466-037-9
Writer: C. M. Albrecht
Author: Port Town Publishing