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The notorious Chasebridge Killer is released from prison and the mutilated body of a young Muslim man is found in the stairwell of a tower block in Doncaster. It soon becomes clear to PC Sean Denton that these events have a deadly link... But as he gets drawn into the case, Denton's family life and his police job become dangerously entwined. Can he confront the demons that encircle his own life before it's too late?
Meanwhile a young woman is trying to piece her life back together, but someone is out there; someone who will never let her forget what she's done.
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Helen Cadbury is a York based writer whose debut novel, To Catch a Rabbit, was joint winner of the Northern Crime Award. Helen was born in the Midlands and brought up in Birmingham and Oldham, Lancashire. She writes fiction, poetry and plays.Review:
'Exciting, pacey, vivid and humane. Read it'.Lesley Glaister 'A hugely assure and gripping debut. Let's hope we see a lot more of Sean Denton' Mark Billingham 'One of Cadbury's strengths is conciseness. Characters are often introduced with a considered sketch and there's never a sense of any padding. The novel, therefore, moves at quite a pace... Cadbury also excels at dialogue and throws in nice snippets of social observation... Cadbury has laid down somes strands to be picked up in subsequent novels'.Killing Time Crime Blog 'The descriptions of the setting, Yorkshire at its bleakest, the characters, were so subtly slipped in that I absorbed them subliminally... I am now reading this excellent book again'Shotsmag.co.uk
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Book Description Magna Large Print Books, 2016. Condition: Very Good. Large type / large print edition. Ships from the UK. Former Library book. Great condition for a used book! Minimal wear. Seller Inventory # GRP97582857