July Book Of The Month Book Box Review
This is my first month getting this book box, I used a promo code and got a 3 month subscription, including shipping for $34. With this book box, on the 1st of every month, B.O.T.M. sends you an email of the 5 books the judges picked for the month. You then read through the selections and select the book you want. They then ship the book out by the 7th. You have the option to skip the month if you don’t like any of the books, and also they have an option to add a book if you like more than one, for $9.99. Also, if you don’t log in and select one, then they do it for you.
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At thirty-nine, Manon Bradshaw is a devoted and respected member of the Cambridgeshire police force, and though she loves her job, what she longs for is a personal life. Single and distant from her family, she wants a husband and children of her own. One night, after yet another disastrous Internet date, she turns on her police radio to help herself fall asleep—and receives an alert that sends her to a puzzling crime scene.
Edith Hind—a beautiful graduate student at Cambridge University and daughter of the surgeon to the Royal Family—has been missing for nearly twenty-four hours. Her home offers few clues: a smattering of blood in the kitchen, her keys and phone left behind, the front door ajar but showing no signs of forced entry. Manon instantly knows that this case will be big—and that every second is crucial to finding Edith alive.
The investigation starts with Edith’s loved ones: her attentive boyfriend, her reserved best friend, her patrician parents. As the search widens and press coverage reaches a frenzied pitch, secrets begin to emerge about Edith’s tangled love life and her erratic behavior leading up to her disappearance. With no clear leads, Manon summons every last bit of her skill and intuition to close the case, and what she discovers will have shocking consequences not just for Edith’s family but for Manon herself.
Suspenseful and keenly observed, Missing, Presumed is a brilliantly twisting novel of how we seek connection, grant forgiveness, and reveal the truth about who we are.
It sounds like a great book, and something I would have picked out for myself as well. It came with a cute tote bag, sunglasses, a note explaining why the judge chose this book, and a cute silly straw. My twins got to both the glasses and the straw before I could get a photo of them