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The girl's body lay on the riverbank, her arms outflung. Her blonde hair lay in matted clumps, shockingly pale against the muddy bank. Her face was like a porcelain sculpture that had been broken and glued back together: grey cracks were visible under the white sheen of her dead skin. Her lips were so blue they could have been traced in ink.

When the body of troubled teenager Elodie Duncan is pulled from the river in Abbeyford, the case is at first assumed to be a straightforward suicide. Detective Sergeant Kate Redman is shocked to discover that she'd met the victim the night before her death, introduced by Kate's younger brother Jay. As the case develops, it becomes clear that Elodie was murdered. A talented young musician, Elodie had been keeping some strange company and was hiding her own dark secrets.

As the list of suspects begin to grow, so do the questions. What is the significance of the painting Elodie modelled for? Who is the man who was seen with her on the night of her death? Is there any connection with another student's death at the exclusive musical college that Elodie attended?

As Kate and her partner Detective Sergeant Mark Olbeck attempt to unravel the mystery, the dark undercurrents of the case threaten those whom Kate holds most dear…

Requiem (A Kate Redman mystery) is the second in the bestselling Kate Redman Mysteries series, from crime writer Celina Grace, author of Hushabye (A Kate Redman Mystery: Book 1), Lost Girls and The House on Fever Street.

Crime & Thrillers
January 1
Isaro Publishing Ltd
Draft2Digital, LLC

Customer Reviews

ICF1026 ,


A good read. You'll enjoy the twist and turn. And when you thought you guessed the killer, you'll feel aghast when you find out. A great start to read the whole series. The author keeps you guessing.

Radarread ,


A mix of Rendell and Robinson with a female protagonist. So far I've read two of her novels and I will get more.

Mzee75 ,


I enjoyed the story. I liked the easy telling of the plot.
I just wish that authors would not blaspheme / use the name of God and Christ so glibly.

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