Wednesday, June 11, 2014


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Title: Daddy's Girl

Author: Margie Orford

Genre: Adult Fiction/Mystery & Detective

Publish Date: June 10, 2014

Publisher: Witness Impulse

Event organized by: Literati Author Services, Inc.

~ Book Synopsis ~

How far would you go?

A little girl waits alone to be picked up after ballet class—until an unmarked car approaches, and she is gone. But this little girl is the daughter of Police Captain Riedwaan Faizal. He is desperate to rescue her, but, suspended from the squad, he finds himself powerless.

With nobody on his side, the captain turns to investigative journalist and criminal profiler Dr. Clare Hart, whose documentary about Cape Town's missing young girls has made her a local celebrity. Clare knows that the odds of a child's survival dwindle with each passing minute. She knows that hiding her investigation from the police has its

own dangers. But she will do anything to help a heartbroken father … even if it puts all their lives at risk.

Daddy's Girl is a dark and compelling crime story that will thrill fans of Deon Meyer and Tess Gerritsen.

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About the Author

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MARGIE ORFORD is an award-winning journalist who has been dubbed the Queen of South African Crime Fiction. Her novels have been translated into nine languages. She was born in London and grew up in Namibia. A Fulbright Scholar,she was educated in South Africa and the United States. She is Executive Vice-President of South African PEN, the patron of Rape Crisis and of the children’s book charity, the Little Hands Trust. She lives in Cape Town. The entire Clare Hart series is forthcoming from Witness.

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