Mystery, Romance

Chattanooga Choo Choo by Elizabeth Horton-Norton

 Karen’s Magic Review

This is a short, quick read that packs a punch! A perfect little book when you have an hour or so to spend on yourself.

Set in the bygone days, a young girl goes off to visit her sister and gets involved in a murder on a train. There were no spare words in this story. Each one counts, and swifty moves you onto the next. and All the while it draws you in. It was so atmospheric it reminded me of those old crime noir films.

When the story rounds off, the mystery is revealed, I felt satisfied at being entertained with a good story.

Then I turned the page – instead of The End, there was more, a lot more. The epilogue was unexpected because what more was there to say?

It turned out to be icing on the cake. This neat little tale totally surprised me.


Description

On a short train ride from Knoxville to Chattanooga a young girl’s life is changed forever. Murder, love, and a lifelong mystery are set into motion as the passengers listen to the clickety-clack of the wheels on the track. Can her hero, dressed in Navy whites, save her from disaster? Is there more to this tangled web of lies and deceit than there seems to be?

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EE Moon 10.03.20

Electric Ecletic books are a brand of entertaining reads featuring a variety of stories by different authors.

It’s also a great place to find new authors as Chattanooga Choo Choo gives you and example of Elizabeth Horton-Newton work. If you like what you read, you may want to check out one of her full novels.

I love her work and these are the ones I have read and reviewed. Until I listed them, I hadn’t realised just how addictive she is!

Stolen Gypsy
View from the Sixth Floor
Dark at the Top of the Stairs
Burned Toast
April Showers
Old Habits
Riddle

Join the Electric Eclectic page on Facebook and be entertained in the group.

Elizabeth’s Facebook page is here.

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