The recently-published second instalment of the Joe Lazarus, from Adam Simcox - The Generation Killer - received a fantastic review in a recent edition of The Sun:
"This is a supernatural cop thriller that features all the excitement these two genres can throw at us. It's a worthy sequel to The Dying Squad and elevates Simcox to a new level."
When Pippa's best friend goes missing on a school run, no one thinks twice. Heather is pretty, popular and more than a little wild.
Most people think she ran away for the attention ... Others say girls like her always get what's coming to them.
Pippa's mother, Abbie, has never liked Heather. Or her mother Michelle, a successful doctor who thinks she's too good for the school mums' group.
But when Heather turns up dead, everything changes. Because Pippa was the last person to see her alive... and now Abbie's own house of cards is about to come tumbling down.
Cynthia and Alex have always been like sisters. Living and working for years on Cynthia's mother's sprawling farm, they've raised their families together. It was the perfect life until the fateful night that Alex finds Hannah, one of Cynthia's eighteen-year-old twins, inexplicably murdered in her own home.
Soon Alex's life is spiralling out of control as she questions everything she knows and everyone she trusted. And when local detective, Stefani Warner starts investigating Hannah's murder, one prime suspect quickly rises to the fore: Daniel, Alex's nineteen-year-old son.
As Alex fights to protect him, she starts to uncover disturbing truths. Friendship, family bonds, even her own marriage are not what she thought, and threats seems to come from every direction, both invisible and way too close to home...
Both Nicole Robinson and Becky Rhush have joined Emily Glenister's list, and we can't wait to hear more from these exciting new authors soon...!