A compelling crime thriller perfect for fans of Martina Cole.
A decomposed body washes up on a beach near Glasgow. The victim: Tracy Eadie. Junkie. Prostitute. Fourteen years old.
Rosie Gilmour, tabloid journalist and crusader for justice, receives evidence linking police officials with Tracy's disappearance. Digging deeper, Rosie uncovers a sickening network of corruption and abuse, leading back to the very top of the establishment. And to powerful figures who want their secrets kept hidden. Rosie has found the story of a lifetime. Yet living to tell it will be her greatest challenge.
'Anna Smith expertly unveils Glasgow's underbelly in this page-turner. Her knowledge of the city's underclass shines out of every page' News of the World
APPLE BOOKS REVIEW
Anna Smith draws on a 25-year newspaper journalism career to bring painstaking detail to this gritty, and often spine-chilling Glaswegian crime story. It’s fitting that her lead isn’t a time-honoured jaded detective who plays by their own rules, but journalist Rosie Gilmour. A deeply likeable character with an indomitable attitude, she’s bemused by the police’s failure to catch the murderer of a vulnerable underage sex worker and goes on the hunt herself. We read with bated breath as Gilmour unearths a slew of dark secrets that threaten to derail her crusade for justice, and her own safety.
A Page Turner
A fantastic read, a gripping plot with fantastic characters.
Well done anna
Again a great read , you have me hooked I love the Rosie storylines thank you
The Dead won’t sleep.
Brilliant fast paced book with twists and turns right up to the end. Thoroughly enjoyed it from start to finish. It grabbed you straight off just as a good read does. Read it yourself, you won’t be disappointed.