Reprobates, R C Bridgestock

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A burglary at Harrowfield mortuary. The body of 30 year old Kirsty Gallagher is missing.

Nearby, uniformed police are searching the canal along with a small diving squad, following the discovery of some clothes by the bank side. The body of a naked man is hoisted from the murky depths. His ankles are tied by a piece of rope connected to concrete.

Kirsty’s decomposing corpse is eventually found and an arrest is made which leads to a network of men whom D.I Dylan can only describe as reprobates.

Publisher: Caffeine Nights, June 2014

Reviewer:  Yvonne Arbuthnot

The book starts with the disappearance of a body from a mortuary; although slow to start it gradually unravels a sinister web of unbelievable proportions and leaves you wondering.  A great read and once you get into it; impossible to put down if you like your books in the genre of Patricia Cornwell and other similar authors.

 

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