Summary

When the decaying body of a murdered woman is discovered following an anonymous tip off, DI Wesley Peterson has problems establishing her identity.
But as he digs deeper, he has another more disturbing case to investigate – the naked bodies of two teenagers have been found with shotgun wounds at the foot of a cliff.
Both cases become stranger when Wesley realises they are linked to a sinister manhunt, mirroring events from the time of the Napoleonic Wars.
Then a skeleton is found near the place where the dead teenagers were last seen alive and Wesley finally has to face a terrible truth...and a hunt to the death.
©2012 Kate Ellis (P)2014 Soundings
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3 out of 5 stars
By Avril on 12-07-14

Enjoyable but less entertaining than some

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I've not a lot to say about this book. I have all Kate Ellis's previous releases, but found this less enjoyable than others. The narration was good, but the storyline was thin.

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