- The paperback of The Cliff House by Amanda Jennings
- The next in the Jack Lark series, The Lost Outlaw, by Paul Fraser Collard
- The paperback of In A Kingdom By the Sea by Sara MacDonal
The Lancashire Evening Post put out an excellent review for The Cliff House:
“With a finale as jaw-dropping and devastating as one would expect from this accomplished writer, The Cliff House is a simply unmissable read.”
To read the entire review, click here.
The investigation turns to a loner living close to where Kayleigh’s car was discovered, and it soon becomes apparent to the investigators that the loner is hiding a bizarre secret.
To Dylan’s disbelief Divisional Commander Hugo-Watkins assumes that skeletal remains found in a lay-by are connected to the young woman’s disappearance, and without seeking Dylan’s advice, calls out the entire Major Incident Team. Refusing to be distracted, Dylan and his team continue to work round the clock in the hope of finding Kayleigh alive.
Mean while Dylan’s wife, Jen, is distracted and distant. Unbeknown to him and her ex fiancé is in their midst, and stalking her.
Snow Kills will be out on 3rd October in eBook and paperback and you can pre-order the former here.
. What Was Lost by Jean Levy was shortlisted for the Capital Crime / Amazon Publishing Independent Voice Award
. The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle by Stuart Turton was shortlisted for the Capital Crime / Amazon Publishing Best Audiobook Award
. The Puppet Show by M.W. Craven was shortlisted for both the Capital Crime / Amazon Publishing Best Crime Novel of the Year Award and the CWA Gold Dagger Award
. The Island by Ragnar Jonasson was shortlisted for the Capital Crime / Amazon Publishing Best Mystery Award