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A dead woman is slumped against the door of a grubby trailer. She’s on Sean Denton’s patch, but who is she, how did she get there, and why doesn’t CID want to investigate? As Doncaster’s youngest PCSO, Denton takes the case into his own hands, but he’s way out of his depth.
People are reported mission and Denton must work backwards, before anyone else falls prey to South Yorkshire’s murky underworld of migrants and the sex trade.
Amazeballs, I want to give it 6 stars. Wow, I’ve just finished reading this book and am blown away with how much I enjoyed it. I’d say I’ve got a book hangover, but was lucky enough to win a copy of the next in the Sean Denton Series, “Bones in the Nest” so as soon as I’ve finished this review I can have the literary hair-of-the-dog. The characters are credible, believable and loveable. The story builds and builds giving great description and weaving each character beautifully into the plot. There are some nasty pieces of work in this book, but you love them just the same because without them, the good guys would not be able to shine as brightly. Fabulous plot (no spoilers) you’ll just have to get this book and read it for yourself. it’s unlike any story I’ve ever read and I loved it. Well done Helen Cadbury, thank goodness i have the next book to quench my thirst for more.
Helen Cadbury writes fiction, poetry and plays. She worked as an actor before becoming a teacher. She now divides her time between writing, teaching in a women’s prison and delivering training in youth arts. She has an MA in Writing from Sheffield Hallam University. Helen grew up in Birmingham and Oldham. After living in London for many years, she came north and settled in York, where she lives with her family
About the Book
- Paperback: 350 pages
- Publisher: Allison & Busby (22 Jan. 2015)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 074901783X
- ISBN-13: 978-0749017835