When the naked, battered body of an unidentified teenager is found dumped in an alleyway, postmortem finds evidence of a harrowing series of events. Another teenage death with the same MO pushes DI Hannah Robbins and her team on the Nottingham City division Major Crimes Unit to their limits - and across county borders.
In a race against the clock, they attempt to unpick a thick web of lies and deceit to uncover the truth behind the deaths. But it doesn't stop there. When catching a killer isn't enough, just how far are the team willing to push themselves to save the next girl?
"A gritty police procedural, with no-holds barred and a shocking insight to the reality of some. Dark and disturbing, yet exceptionally compelling." (Mel Sherratt, author of Taunting the Dead)
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Yes, absolutely. This is an amazing book which, despite already having read the kindle version, I went on to buy the audible version to listen to it and refresh my memory before the second book is released in the summer.
I couldn't specify a particular book but I personally think that anyone who has read and enjoyed Mel Sherratt or Angela Marsons would enjoy this book and certainly think Rebecca Bradley is up there with the best.
Although Colleen doesn't alter her voice greatly to switch between characters, I thought this was better in some ways as in other books I've listened to previously, I have found this to be annoying and slightly off putting.
Having said that, my favourite character has to be DI Hannah Robbins.
Yes, I sat at the traffic lights yesterday evening with tears streaming down my face.
This is such an amazing first novel by Rebecca Bradley and I'm very grateful to Mel Sherratt for recommending this to me. Having immediately signed up to the author's newsletter, I look forward to seeing the release of her new book.
- Melanie Hodges
Interesting crime fiction
- jane yates