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a very good read
on 3 May 2004
Megan Rhys has been asked to advise on two murders, two young prostitutes, dumped like rubbish, seemingly the victims of two men working together. But there is something wrong with the information the police are giving her. Someone is trying to manipulate her. Or are her oen prejudices colouring her judgement?
as the killings add up, Megan is being pushed harder and harder towards one solution - and someone is getting into her house. Can she trust her instincts? Is the killer closer that she realises?
I only found this book by pure chance, while in Wales the read up really made me intrested, and it hasn't let me down, it's a real page turner, i haven't want to put it down, i can't believe how good it is for a first novel, if you like shelia Quigley, Martina Cole, then this book won't disapoint you, you really get caught up in what happening, i just hope we see more of Lindsay Ashford books.