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The first 100 copies are signed by the authors“OMG! Just finished Missing Mothers and loved it. You would think it was written by seasoned N Y Times bestsellers. No matter how interesting the story or captivating the characters, nothing can cover up a poor writing style. You two have nailed all three. It truly is worthy of comparison to great writers of the genre. You must enter it for recognition by those national awards for new writers. Can’t wait for the next one!”
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“I just finished reading the novel Missing Mothers and I can say unequivocally that it was as good as any thriller/mystery I have read in the past ten years – for real! It’s psychologically deep, it’s locale descriptions are really engaging (and educational), it’s pace if a page-turner, and it’s just plain really good. I recommend it highly and hope Charron and Deshna conspire to write another, and that they find an agent in the meantime to help them market this and the next one to a big time publisher. So, download it on your Kindle or Ipad or Iphone Kindle app so you can have as much fun as I did…it’s a can’t lose best seller! ~John C. Robinson, Ph.D., D.Min, published author
Missing Mothers Synopsis:
Surrounded by miles of dense jungle, no one can hear Nina’s cries for help.
When Nina doesn’t get off the plane from Costa Rica, her husband and daughter are frantic. Last seen on the beach with friends from her yoga retreat, Nina seemed to have simply disappeared into the dark surrounding jungle. With no evidence of foul play and not wanting negative media, Costa Rican officials are quick to dismiss her disappearance as just another tourist deciding to stay in the country unofficially. But her family knows differently. Tracing her daughter’s steps, Nina’s mother finds that there is corruption at play in the seemingly peaceful community. She is determined to find out what happened to her daughter. Meanwhile, against the wishes of his superiors, Detective Tomás Vasquez searches deeper and deeper into the jungle and its inhabitants, coming face to face with an evil that has long haunted him from his own past.
Will Nina ever see her daughter again?
Deshna Ubeda and Charron Plumer are a mother-daughter writing team. They live and work in the Pacific Northwest and have spent extensive time in Costa Rica. Missing Mothers is their first novel. Charron currently writes in the Public Health field and Deshna writes for a non-profit organization. She has been published in the Huffington Post.