Thursday, June 4, 2020

Finding Mrs. Ford by Deborah Goodrich Royce

Why would the FBI want to talk to her?

Susan is pretty sure she knows why and didn't want to think about.

We meet Susan Ford whose life was changed when she quit her job in a dress shop to work in a night club, Frankie’s Disco, and met Sammy Fakhouri.

Now it is coming back to haunt her, and she has questions of her own.

Does she know the answers, though?  She might need to make sure she does because others have questions as well.

Susan spent the summer of 1979 always worried about working at Frankie’s Disco and who was working there.  It actually was a dangerous place to be.

Frankie's Disco actually changed Susan's life and not in a good way until she met Jack Ford.

Jack saved her, but he didn’t know she hadn't finished college or where she worked the summer of 1979.

The year 2014 brings things crashing down as the FBI wants to interview her, Sammy is looking for her, and her stepson finds out things she has lied about to him and his father.

The beginning and middle chapters of the book give us background information on the life of Susan Ford in 1979 and currently in 2014.

There is a twist in the middle that will have your jaw dropping and have you staying up late to finish the book.

Ms. Royce’s novel had a unique way in terms of a time line.

ENJOY if you read FINDING MRS. FORD - I am quite sure you will.  5/5

This book was given to me by the author in exchange for an honest review.


  1. A very good mystery....I hope you get to read it.

    Thanks for stopping.

  2. Replies
    1. It is a good read.

      Thanks for your comment, Davida.

  3. Oh, now you have really tempted me with this one!

    1. will LOVE it, Laurel.

      Thanks for commenting.

  4. I enjoyed this one too. It is sooo good! Great review!

    1. Thanks, reeca.

      Glad we both enjoyed it.

      Thanks for your comment.

  5. From the book cover I thought this one was women's fiction. Interesting premise nonetheless. Glad you loved it!

    1. The cover does look like women's fiction.

      It had a bit of a love story in it too, but the main focus was not.

      Thank you for your comment, Laura.