When a woman goes missing, it gets personal for DCI Craig Gillard. But he could never imagine what happens next.
Criminologist Martin Knight lives a gilded life and is a thorn in the side of the police. But then his wife Liz goes missing. There is no good explanation and no sign of Martin…
To make things worse, Liz is the ex-girlfriend of DCI Craig Gillard who is drawn into the investigation. Is it just a missing person or something worse? And what relevance do the events around the shocking Girl F case, so taken up by Knight, have to do with the present?
The truth is darker than you could ever have imagined.
Utterly gripping and full of twists, this is a compulsive thriller from master Nick Louth for fans of Robert Bryndza, Patricia Gubney and Carole Wyer.
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Good story? Absolutely!
So many twists and turns on the journey towards the finale it moves along at a really good pace and introduces many, many new bits of evidence to keep your interest going. As I never read the ending before it’s time I couldn’t wait for my afternoon cup of coffee and half hour read.
It was worth every penny and I shall be ordering more of Nick Louth’s books.