What are you going to do?’. Emma asked him. The Essex Police HQ building loomed above them both. Cars drove past, their drivers looking for non-existent parking spaces.
What are you going to do?’. Cars drove past, their drivers looking for non-existent parking spaces e’ve got a multiple kidnap and multiple murder case on our hands. He’s going to require some convincing that this is all connected. I know what he’s like.
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When a body is discovered, the most shocking murder scene Lapslie has ever encountered forces him to realise there is a violent killer out there, a killer whose method of choice is torture. Will Lapslie find the killer? Who will have to die before he does? Discover the other books in the DCI Mark Lapslie series: Core of Evil, Tooth and Claw, Thirteenth Coffin and Flesh and Blood.
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About book: Seventies and eighties dance hits – the one thing musically that she and Dom McGinley could agree that they both hated. She’d eaten at the hotel, after leaving Sergeant Murrell at the police station. The restaurant had been decorated in faux-baronial style, with shields and crossed swords hung on walls painted a deep-red which, reflected in the windows looking out into the darkness, made it appear that the sunset outside had been forever frozen in time. A bit like Canvey Island itself, she thought.
June 2011 : UK Paperback.