Stranger in Town

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Dec 11, 2011 - Fiction - 300 pages

A Shamus Award finalist for best PI novel.


“A twisted mystery with surprising twists and a fascinating premise.” –Sheila Deeth, Vine Voice


A frantic mother runs up and down the aisles of Maybelle's Market, desperately searching for her missing daughter.


But she's far too late. Six-year-old Olivia is already gone, already in the arms of a stranger. Will private investigator Sloane Monroe find her before it's too late?


Like stories that keep you guessing? You'll be up all night with this New York Times and USA Today best selling mystery series.


“Page-turning from the first chapter to the last, Stranger in Town brings fiction to the edge of reality.” –Chris Blewitt, Bestselling Author of The Lost Journal


“Great story. Bradshaw has put together a first-class tale.” – Warren A. Lewis, Top Fiction Contributor


“Hard to put down from the intriguing first chapter to the spine-tingling conclusion.” – Laurie Hanan, Amazon Top Contributor


“A female PI that’s real, interesting, and individual.” – Gerry McCullough, #1 Bestselling Author of Belfast Girls

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About the author (2011)

 Cheryl Bradshaw is a New York Times & USA Today Bestselling Author. 


Born and raised in Southern California, Cheryl Bradshaw became interested in writing at a young age, but it was almost two decades before she put pen to paper. In 2009 Bradshaw wrote Black Diamond Death (Book One: Sloane Monroe series). Within six weeks it entered the top 100 in two different categories and remained in the top 100 for over a year. Since that time, Bradshaw has written five additional novels in the series. 

In 2013, Bradshaw introduced a new paranormal thriller series: Addison Lockhart, the first book titled Grayson Manor Haunting. 

Bradshaw is the founder of IWU, a writers group on Facebook. In August 2012, Bradshaw was named one of Twitter's seven best authors to follow. In 2013, Bradshaw's novel, Stranger in Town, was chosen as a Shamus Award finalist in the category of best P.I. novel of the year. She was the only female nominated in her category.