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From The Shadows - An addictive completely gripping crime thriller - cover

From The Shadows - An addictive completely gripping crime thriller

Neil White

Publisher: Hera Books

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Summary

He watches. He waits.He kills. 
 

 
24-year-old Mary Kendricks is a vivacious young teacherliving in the quiet Northern town of Highford, her beauty turning headswherever she goes. But when she catches the eye of Robert Carter, initial flatteryquickly turns dangerous. Wherever she goes, Carter is not far behind and Mary soonbecomes stifled by his attention, telling friends of her fears that he’sgetting too close.
 

 
And then Mary’s body is discovered, stabbed to death in herown bedroom.
 

 
The case quickly garners the attention of the press, allbaying for Carter’s blood. It’s the case no lawyer wants to touch – untilcriminal defence lawyer Dan Grant, aided by investigator Jayne Brett, agrees torepresent Carter.
 

 
While Robert Carter admits to being at her house when ithappened – the bloody fingerprint on her wall placing him at the scene – heinsists he is innocent of her death. The police believe they’ve got their man,but as they delve further into the investigation, Grant and Brett think thedetectives might be looking in the wrong place – leaving the real murderer towalk free.
 

 
In order to catch a killer before another victim isdiscovered, Brett and Grant need to risk everything. Including their own lives…
 

 
Thisunputdownable, race-against-time legal crime thriller will hook you until thevery last page. If you like Angela Marsons, Val McDermid or John Grisham, thenyou won’t want to miss this book.
 

 
 
 

 
 
 

 
 

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