Audio Book Tour 12/1/20-1/2/21 “A Child Lost” by Michelle Cox

Release Date: April 28, 2020

About The Book : 

A spiritualist, an insane asylum, a lost little girl . . .

When Clive, anxious to distract a depressed Henrietta, begs Sergeant Frank Davis for a case, he is assigned to investigate a seemingly boring affair: a spiritualist woman operating in an abandoned schoolhouse on the edge of town who is suspected of robbing people of their valuables. What begins as an open and shut case becomes more complicated, however, when Henrietta—much to Clive’s dismay—begins to believe the spiritualist’s strange ramblings.

Meanwhile, Elsie implores Clive and Henrietta to help her and the object of her budding love, Gunther, locate the whereabouts of one Liesel Klinkhammer, the German woman Gunther has traveled to America to find and the mother of the little girl, Anna, whom he has brought along with him. The search leads them to Dunning Asylum, where they discover some terrible truths about Liesel. When the child, Anna, is herself mistakenly admitted to the asylum after an epileptic fit, Clive and Henrietta return to Dunning to retrieve her. This time, however, Henrietta begins to suspect that something darker may be happening. When Clive doesn’t believe her, she decides to take matters into her own hands . . . with horrifying results.  

About The Author: 

Michelle Cox is the author of the multiple award-winning Henrietta and Inspector Howard series as well as “Novel Notes of Local Lore,” a weekly blog dedicated to Chicago’s forgotten residents. She suspects she may have once lived in the 1930s and, having yet to discover a handy time machine lying around, has resorted to writing about the era as a way of getting herself back there. Coincidentally, her books have been praised by Kirkus, Library Journal, Publishers Weekly, Booklist and many others, so she might be on to something. Unbeknownst to most, Michelle hoards board games she doesn’t have time to play and is, not surprisingly, addicted to period dramas and big band music. Also marmalade.

Social Media:



Twitter: @michellecox33

Book Blurbs: 

2020 Readers’ Favorite Book Awards: Finalist in Fiction – Mystery (Sleuth) 2020 American Fiction Awards: Winner in Mystery/Suspense: Historical 2020 American Fiction Awards: Winner in Mystery/Suspense: Romantic Suspense

Praise for A Child Lost:

2020 International Book Awards, Finalist in Fiction: Cross-Genre

“Michelle Cox‘s Henrietta and Inspector Howard series is a delightful mix of historical fiction and intrigue with a bit of saucy lovemaking tossed in. In A Child Lost, the fifth book, she adds spooky. Right away, we’re swept into the story . . .”―Book Trib

“Once again, Cox delivers the passion and intrigue of Henrietta and Clive with a story that leaps right off the page. A Child Lost is a true thrill . . .”―Paperback Paris

“…vivid descriptive prose and historical accuracy.”―Publishers Weekly

“ A Child Lost is undoubtedly a novel that should not be missed―the story is genius, flawlessly written, and wildly entertaining! A thrilling five stars!”

―The Red Headed Book Lover “Michelle Cox’s delightful storytelling has a bewitching charm that will keep readers glued to their seats with a perfect blend of absorbing historical facts, intriguing mystery, and thrilling romance.” ―Readers Favorite “This is a wonderfully-written, engaging story with excellent character treatment and a thrilling mystery.” ―IBPA, Independent Book Publishers Association Praise for A Girl Like You:

“Michelle Cox masterfully recreates 1930s Chicago, bringing to life its diverse neighborhoods and eclectic residents, as well as its seedy side. Henrietta and Inspector Howard are the best pair of sleuths I’ve come across in ages―Cox makes us care not just about the case, but about her characters. A fantastic start to what is sure to be a long-running series.”―Tasha Alexander, New York Times best-selling author of The Adventuress

“Fans of spunky, historical heroines will love Henrietta Von Harmon.”―Booklist starred review

“Flavored with 1930s slang and fashion, this first volume in what one hopes will be a long series is absorbing. Henrietta and Clive are a sexy, endearing, and downright fun pair of sleuths. Readers will not see the final twist coming.”―Library Journal starred review

Bloggers On Tour:

Nov. 29th- Rebecca Well Read

Dec. 1st– Miss W Book Reviews

Dec.1st – Jackie Loves Books

Dec. 3rd – Mrs Boom Reads

Dec. 4th – Marilyn Goncalves

Dec. 4th – -Bookoholic Cafe

Dec. 7th – Love My Books 2020

Dec. 10th – Joannas Bookshelf

Dec. 10th –  Whimsicaly Me

Dec. 12th -Sharon’s Book Diet

Dec. 13th – Head Full Of Books

Dec. 14th – Rozier Reads and Wine

Dec.15th-   Reading With Remy

Dec. 15th – My Book And Plants

Dec. 17th – Bookish Heidi

Dec. 22nd – Coffee Books Dogs

Dec. 28th-   Reecas Pieces Books 

Dec. 29th – Eli Loves Books 16

Jan 2nd – Britt Reads A Latte Books

Jan. 2nd – A Book And A Latte

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