Chris Calder is an author who discovered the joys of novel writing quite late in life. At an age when most people would be retired, he is not; he says he has simply changed professions and is now a full-time novelist. Chris says that he is living proof that there is life after seventy, that brain cells kept busy do not rot, that life-threatening cancer can be totally, permanently, defeated and that a long and eventful life is a rich source to … Read More about About The Author
I would highly recommend this book
Celeste Three is Missing was one of the best books that I have read. It was gripping from the outset, the plot was cleverly delivered and by the end of the book I felt I knew the characters well. The build up to the revenge had me caught up in the urgency of the ultimate payback. It was a definite 'page turner' and I was eager to find out how the plot would unfold in the hope that justice would be exercised.
Calder uses humour and takes the reader on a journey where you can be on the edge of your seat and then to a point where you are laughing at the interaction between the characters. Calder has the ability to transport the reader from one location to another with such evocative and descriptive language that you imagine being there "… rural Hertfordshire, where a lively fire in an old inglenook fireplace contributed to the warm and ambience of the establishment …".
I would highly recommend this book.
Celeste Three is Missing