Valley of the Lost (Constable Molly Smith #2)
In the bucolic mountain town of Trafalgar, British Columbia, a young woman is found dead of a heroin overdose, her baby lying at her side. While this should be an open-and-shut drug case, restraint marks on the victim suggest that the death might not have been completely accidental.
As the investigation into the young womanas death and life grows, the case becomes increasin
Molly’s mother, Luck ...more
Oh! And Christa drove me crazy with her blaming Molly. She's a big girl - she should have filed for a restraining order ...more
When Lucky Smith hears a baby cry off in the trees, she goes to see what's wrong. She finds a scared and hungry infant-- and the body of his mother lying close by. Sergeant John Winters of the Trafalgar, British Columbia, police force begins his investigation with the help of Lucky's daughter, Probationa ...more
Molly's mother, Lucky, takes the baby in during the investigation and quickly runs afoul of a bossy social worker. ...more
In the bucolic mountain town of Trafalgar, British Columbia, a young woman is found dead of a heroin overdose, her baby lying at her side. While this should
be an open-and-shut drug case, restraint marks on the victim suggest that the death might not have been completely accidental.Constable Molly Smith and
Sergeant John Winters know little more than the dead wom ...more
I rarely read more than two books in a series one after the other, but I've become so engaged with this one th ...more
I like the characters, the setting and the writing in these books. The mystery is nothing special and it suffers--as the first book did--from escalating too much at the end, but the characters and their lives carry it.
Good book for ...more
Vicki Delany is one of Canada’s most varied and prolific crime writers. Her popular Constable Molly Smith series (including In the Shadow of the Glacier and Among the Departed) have been optioned for TV by Brightlight Pictures.
She writes standalone novels of modern gothic suspense such as Burden of Memory and More than Sorrow, as w ...more