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Beyond A Doubt When Carol Childs is called to the scene of a body dump she has no idea she s about to uncover a connection to a string of missing girls Young attractive women drawn to the glitz and glamor of Hollyw

  • Title: Beyond A Doubt
  • Author: Nancy Cole Silverman
  • ISBN: 9781941962732
  • Page: 339
  • Format: Paperback
  • When Carol Childs is called to the scene of a body dump she has no idea she s about to uncover a connection to a string of missing girls Young, attractive women drawn to the glitz and glamor of Hollywood via an internet promise of stardom and romance have been disappearing A judge s daughter leaves behind a clue and a trip down Hollywood Boulevard s Walk of Fame revealsWhen Carol Childs is called to the scene of a body dump she has no idea she s about to uncover a connection to a string of missing girls Young, attractive women drawn to the glitz and glamor of Hollywood via an internet promise of stardom and romance have been disappearing A judge s daughter leaves behind a clue and a trip down Hollywood Boulevard s Walk of Fame reveals a connection to a high powered real estate mogul and to a cartel targeting girls for human trafficking.Old Hollywood has its secrets, its impersonators and backdoor entrances to old speakeasies and clubs where only those with the proper credentials can go And when Carol Childs gets too close, she finds herself politically at odds with powers that threaten to undue her career and like the very girls she s seeking, disappear.

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    1. Silverman shows the reader more of the darkside of Hollywood with this second mystery. Carol Childs always gets her story, and this one is a doozy.Reviewed for Affaire de Coeur Magazine in the July 2015 issue. affairedecoeur.

    2. Reporter Carol Childs is on the scene when the police pull up the body of a young woman from a Los Angeles canyon. The victim is Monica Channing, who went missing two weeks ago. While the rest of the media begin to focus on the murder, Carol sees a pattern with other missing young women. What might she have stumbled on?This book is a fast paced read from the very beginning. It’s definitely not the light reads I often go for, but the story never gets as dark as it could either. Watching Carol t [...]

    3. After the body of a young woman is found dumped in the Hollywood Hills and local young women (including an old coworker) turn up missing, radio reporter Carol Childs follows the clues and comes up with what could be the biggest human trafficking case in years. But when Carols main suspect turns out to be one of Hollywoods biggest and most beloved moguls she faces bigger obstacles then just finding the women alive.Really enjoyed the second instalment in Nancy Cole Silverman's Carol Childs mystery [...]

    4. Silverman's first book in this series Shadow of a Doubt offered completed enjoyment. She doesn't disappoint with her newest, Beyond a Doubt. In fact, this new novel is even better! Great protagonist, fast-paced, page-turner mystery, Beyond a Doubt will leave you, as it did with me, wanting book three.

    5. It seems that lately the mystery books I have read are boring, slow, and completely lacking in interest. So I will admit to not being too excited when I picked up this book and began reading. Don't get me wrong--I try to always go into reading with an open mind, but it is difficult when the books do not capture my attention.I am incredibly ecstatic to report that this is the best mystery book I have read thus far this year. This book is well-written, has engaging characters, and deals with curre [...]

    6. Dollycas’s ThoughtsI just wanted a broadcast of one of my favorite soap opera stars, Deidre Hall from Days of Our Lives get her star on the Wall of Fame so those images were brought back with this story.Radio reporter Carol Childs finds herself close to Hollywood and Vine several times as she investigates the murder of a judge’s daughter and a string of missing girls. For the most part she is trying to get the scoop for her radio station but since the police seems to be dragging their feet o [...]

    7. I liked everything about this mystery: the plot, the characters, the set, the simple and linear style of the writer.Carol is a radio journalist but often become an investigator. In the last year and a half, they have disappeared four girls in the surroundings of Hollywood. It's just found the body of a girl, is one of the disappeared, the daughter of a judge. Carol wants to investigate on their own, definitely wants to find all the girls. But it will not be easy, especially when her daughter wil [...]

    8. After the body of a young woman is found dumped in the Hollywood Hills and local young women (including an old coworker) turn up missing, radio reporter Carol Childs follows the clues and comes up with what could be the biggest human trafficking case in years. But when Carols main suspect turns out to be one of Hollywoods biggest and most beloved moguls she faces bigger obstacles then just finding the women alive.Really enjoyed the second instalment in Nancy Cole Silverman's Carol Childs mystery [...]

    9. I really enjoyed this book and despite the fact that I didn't start with book 1 in this series (this is only the 2nd book), I don't feel like I missed out too much on the personal story between Carol and Eric and even the friendship between Carol and Sheri.This was a good twist on a topic that we don't see a lot in the news, sex trafficking. I was sort of surprised that Carol made this connection so early in the book. I'm not sure what tipped her off that this is what was happening to the missin [...]

    10. Woah, what a whirlwind ride. I could not put this book down. It started from the very beginning and never let up. Carol is crazy but she gets the job done and she is lucky to have Sheri. I want me a Sheri. Ha! I'm pretty sure that somewhere back in time this was based off a true story. And that's a shame. You know this goes on everywhere. But back to the book, I thoroughly enjoyed it and I really like the main character, Carol Childs. She's not going to take any crap and I like that. We need mor [...]

    11. Talk show host Carol Childs is called to report on a body found in canyon. Later the same morning she covers a promotion stunt on the Walk of Stars. As Carol continues to investigate the body is one of Hollywood's missing girls.we see a different character from the last book. Carol is determined to find the girls. What she finds will shock you. This book has a dark side to it. I miss the paranormal activity in this one as it help lightened book. The repeat of some areas cause me to loose interes [...]

    12. “A high-speed chase of a mystery, filled with very likable characters, a timely plot, and writing so compelling that readers will be unable to turn away from the page.” – Kings River Life Magazine

    13. The Carol Childs Mysteries are billed as "cozy" but if so, this one is edgy, as it deals with sex trafficking and sales of organs. Nice suspense, great character building and atmosphere in the seamier side of Hollywood. Each book in the series improves but some developments at the end strained my credulity somewhat. So, this one is a 3.5 rounded up to 4.

    14. This review originally posted in Looking For a Good Book. Rated 4.0 of 5I reviewed the first book in this mystery series about a year ago (you can read that review here) and found it to be fine but not outstanding. I am glad to report that this second book, Beyond a Doubt, by Nancy Cole Silverman, steps it up a notch and delivers an exciting mystery. More 'bite' - just as I asked for at the end of my previous review.Carol Childs is a reporter for a local (Hollywood) radio station. She is on the [...]

    15. Title: Beyond a Doubt - Carol Child's Mystery 2Author: Nancy Cole SilvermanPublished: 7-14-15Publisher: Henery PressPages: 244Genre: Mystery, Thrillers & SuspenseSub Genre: Women Sleuths; Women's Fiction; Cozy MysteryISBN: 9781941962732ASIN: B00W5VI838Reviewer: DelAnneReviewed For: NetGalley. Carol Childs Investigative Reporter for KCHC Radio is called to the sight of a body dump site where the evidence shows a link to a case of missing young women one of whom is a co-worker of Carol's. As s [...]

    16. This book was a real nail-biter! It kept my attention the entire time. I could actually put myself into Carol's place and live in this world for awhile. (I work in the media too, but I work at a newspaper instead of a radio station. Graphic artist, not news reporter.) The drama was heightened when her daughter gets embroiled in the action and that really brings home how important this story is, not only to Carol but to the city of Hollywood in generalDr. Diamond was definitely M.A.D. in this boo [...]

    17. This is the second book in the Carol Child’s Mystery Series. The further we go into this book the higher the level of suspense. This author definitely knows how to write. Once again we find our radio reporter knee deep in a case. Young women have begun to disappear and a young girl’s body is dumped in Hollywood. Carol figures out early on why the girls are disappearing, and that it is not only rich white girl. This one becomes more personal to her. A friend and co-worker goes missing. Her da [...]

    18. This was 3.5 stars for me.This book falls into the cozy genre, but it was quite a page turner at the end. The investigation was fun to read. Carol determines the mastermind behind the missing girls fairly early on – you aren’t waiting to the very end for that part – but she is searching for the true motive and how to prove it. The characters are likeable. There is somewhat of a radio-partnership being formed here between Carol and former FM-radio personality Cupid, I hope that continues in [...]

    19. This is the second book in this series, and I enjoyed it as much as, if not more than, the first. Carol Childs is a radio talk show host who finds herself in the middle of a mystery involving missing women/girls. She winds up learning about many unsavory goings on in the Hollywood area, and has to face the realization she could be the next one to disappear--for good.This book is very well written and the characters and settings are fully developed. Carol makes some foolish choices, but that just [...]

    20. Another fast paced Carol Child's story. Very well written. It draws you in as it deals with current issues. Carol seems to have met her match and may not be able resolve the problem, but in the end, all the pieces start coming together. It enjoyable to read a story using a radio reporter versus TV or newspaper. Looking forward to the next in the series.

    21. Beyond a Doubt is the second book in Carol Childs Mystery. When local talk radio reporter, Carol Childs covers the death of a young woman, she can't help but start uncovering facts and clues that put not only her but her own daughter in danger. Ms. Silverman always tells an excellent story where people may not be what they seem and keeps us guessing right up to the end. Bravo, Nancy!

    22. This is the second Carol Childs Mystery, but it is written to stand alone as easily as it follows book 1. These are cozy mysteries played out in the colorful and dynamic setting of contemporary Hollywood. Carol Childs is an appealing protagonist, a radio reporter drawn by her curiosity and caring to investigate rather than merely read the news. It doesn't hurt when she gets a scoop on a juicy story, but her real appeal is her heart. A divorced mother of two teenagers, she wants to help the vulne [...]

    23. This was an other great novel in this series, brilliantly written and clever plot. Look forward to more in this series.

    24. Carol Childs is a reporter for an AM radio station. When she is called to the scene of a death by her boss, Tyler, she notices something about the dead girl. She was dressed for clubbing - and it appears she's fallen from a great height. Suddenly suspicious about the death, Carol decides to start digging. But the fact that she's doing so isn't popular with certain people, and it could put her in jeopardy.The next day Carol is called to Hollywood's Walk of Fame where Marilyn Monroe's star has bee [...]

    25. For a cozy mystery, this was pretty good, filled with excitement and lots of action. Carol Childs, a radio show persona, is determined to figure out what exactly is happening to girls in the LA area who are going missing. She figures it all out early on, but must then work on proving her theory. This takes her on a whirlwind tour of the city and its surroundings, while putting her right smack in the middle of a potential political scandal and risky mess. The story moves along at a fairly good cl [...]

    26. [ I received this book free from the publisher, Henery Press through NetGalley. I thank them for their generousity. In exchange, I was simply asked to write an honest review, and post it. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255 “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising]When we say "Beyond a Doubt", it means we are usually certain of the outcome. This is the second in Sil [...]

    27. This is the second book in the Carol Childs Mystery series. It does not disappoint. The murder part of it comes out quick and other mysteries you don't find out till later. It is a gripping tale. It is a clean read. Serious crimes happen but also has some humor in the story.I like Carol and her friends and co-workers. She has a good circle around her. Carol is a divorced mother of two. Her boyfriend is away for most of the book sailing, He is a FBI Agent. Carol is a radio reporter.Carol is calle [...]

    28. Beyond a Doubt is the second in the Carol Childs series. I came away from this one feeling the same way I did about the first one - I liked it, but I didn’t love it. Carol is a divorced mother who’s in her second career as a radio news reporter. The things that happen in the radio station feel authentic, as does her relationship with her kids & friends. But she inserts herself in the stories she reports on, perhaps a bit too deeply since she finds she’s put herself in peril in each of [...]

    29. Carol Childs gets involved when she's called to the body dump. When someone else she knows, Gabi, is missing, she thinks there may be a connection. Then her daughter is drugged during a pub crawl and Carol is on a mission, with a little help from her friend, Sherri. Her corporate boss wants her to let it drop, wants a clean, homey show with lots of positives - certainly not a kidnapping/sex trafficking ring in Hollywood. Silverman spins a great tale here, and I for one will not have the same tho [...]

    30. Radio news reporter Carol Childs juggles the demands of LA station KCHC, her athletic high school son and her college daughter, while FBI boyfriend Eric is off on a sailing vacation.When Carol is assigned to report on the discovery of a body dumped in the Mulholland Drive hillside behind Judge Channing's home, it turns out to be the body of his missing 24 yr old daughter Monica. Carol's investigation leads to a sex slave ring and corruption in an organ donation hospital. Carol's daughter Cate is [...]

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