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The Blame - One of the best crime thrillers of 2023 - cover

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The Blame - One of the best crime thrillers of 2023

Charlotte Langley

Publisher: No Exit Press

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Summary

'Searingly topical.' THE TELEGRAPH
'Shocking.' HEAT
A fresh and topical debut thriller where two detectives on a chilling murder case begin a love affair, only for one of them to become a prime suspect.
Detective Erin Crane is investigating sixteen-year-old Sophie Madson's murder along with detective Tom Radley. They have a close professional bond built on mutual trust and a shared contempt for the head of the anti-corruption team, Walker.
During the investigation, Tom discovers Erin's biggest secret, but to her surprise, the revelation brings them closer together, and Tom and Erin embark on a love affair - despite all the risks.
Then Erin discovers dashcam footage showing Sophie getting into Tom's car barely an hour before she died. Tom becomes the prime suspect and everything Erin thought she could trust begins to crumble...
Reader reviews
'If I could rate it higher than five stars, I would do!'
'So many twists and turns that kept me guessing all the way through!'
Available since: 09/14/2023.
Print length: 320 pages.

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