Nowhere Girl by Ruth Dugdall

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A psychological crime novel from an author with 10 years experience as a probation officer in high security prisons

When Ellie goes missing on the first day of Schueberfouer, the police are dismissive, keen not to attract negative attention on one of Luxembourg’s most important events, its annual city fair. Probation officer Cate Austin has moved for a fresh start, along with her daughter Amelia, to live with her police detective boyfriend, Olivier Massard. But when she realizes just how casually he is taking the disappearance of Ellie, Cate decides to investigate matters for herself. She discovers Luxembourg has a dark heart. With its geographical position, could it be the center of a child trafficking ring? As Cate comes closer to discovering Ellie’s whereabouts she uncovers a hidden world, placing herself in danger, not just from traffickers, but from a source much closer to home.

About Ruth Dugdall

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RuthDugdall is a British crime writer. She has a degree inEnglish and Theatre Studies from Warwick University and an MA is Social Work atUniversity of East Anglia, and has worked as a probation officer dealing withhigh-risk criminals for almost a decade. She is the author of The JamesVersion and The Sacrificial Man . She lives in London, England.
Published October 31, 2015 by Legend Press. 288 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Crime. Fiction

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In this fourth installment of the series, 17-year-old Ellie Scheen goes missing after befriending a pair of teens at an annual fair in Luxembourg. Her family is naturally frantic—especially her mother, with whom Ellie has had a turbulent relationship. Through letters to her absent daughter, Bridg...

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