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Crushed by the betrayal of her husband and best friend, DCI Logan is forced to put her private life on hold while she investigates the remains of an unknown murder victim, buried 25 years earlier. With her new DC, Tristan Fry, who has joined the police force for all the wrong reasons, her enquiries soon lead her to Maggi Drew's door.

Maggi, a scrub nurse, readily admits to burying the body along with her partner, Norah, a virtuoso oboist, and their best friend, Jonny, an A+E nurse, though she will not reveal the body's identity until Logan has heard her account of the murder.

As the story unravels so do the lives of Logan and Fry as they lose the battle to remain professional, causing their personal emotions to color their judgements.

This eagerly awaited second novel by award-winning author Juliet Cromwell explores what hate can make us do when forced to face true evil.

©2018 Juliet Cromwell (P)2018 Juliet Cromwell

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  • C. Hartmann
  • 2018-03-31

Six Stars British Police Procedural-Great Narrator

I generally like complex, hard science-fiction or historical biography. However, I stray into police procedurals occasionally. This book was fresh and, to be honest, startled me. On the surface it begins like many such investigations -- but the level of complexity in the story, and the almost piercing emotional heft make it unusual and a cleverly-textured surprise. To discuss the plot would give too much away. I can recommend this book, and also the narrator -- who seems to be both in the author's head in in the reader's

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