THE BEAUTY KILLERS will be published 1st November.
Women will go missing. And none will return.
A collector who lures women
And then keeps them
A string of beautiful women go missing.
And when an undercover police woman disappears, Kal and Marty take the case.
They track a killer who lures women, captures them and keeps them.
But it soon becomes clear the case is even more sinister than they imagined.
A high-level detective is linked to a cover-up and Kal and Marty are caught in a complex, evil
The clock is ticking to find the missing women and it seems the perpetrator has more than one accomplice…
The latest book in the Kal Medi series.
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Jessica is struggling to make sense of her four-year-old daughter’s (Olivia) strange behaviour at school. Jessica’s sister, Isabel, was killed a few years previously. From small beginnings, Jessica’s life starts to be overtaken by the idea that Olivia might be communing with her dead aunt Isabel, and that Isabel’s death was not an accident.
This is complicated by the fact that the family was visited by a poltergeist during the teenage years of Jessica and Isabel. Jessica’s mother is still a firm believer in communication with the dead. A few spooky incidents with Olivia are enough to send Jessica’s mother back into her beliefs.
Jessica becomes more and more convinced her sister was murdered. She suspects everyone in turn in her small, inner circle as Olivia says more and more outrageous ‘secrets’ supposedly passed on to her by her aunt.
There is plenty of depth to the story. The characters are well written and believable.
The reader goes back in time to the final months of Isabel’s life and we see what actually happened to her. This works very well because, at the same time, we are reading about Jessica’s current turmoil and her discoveries about the people around her.
Jessica also makes discoveries about herself. Jessica was always the less popular sister and Isabel was the one everyone liked. Jessica overcomes plenty of hurdles that have threatened her self-confidence. She is relentless in pursuing the truth, however unlikely it all seems to be. In fact, she turns out to be a first-class detective.
The writing style is conversational and easy-going and this makes the pages fly past. The ghostly element feeds into a mounting murder-mystery.
The ending is clever and unexpected and only a few ghostly questions remain…
In short, it was a great read. I thoroughly enjoyed it.
Thank you to NetGalley and the author for a free copy of this book. This is my honest review.
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