As a founder member of Mystery Women in 1997, promoting Crime Fiction has always been my passion.
Following the closure of Mystery Women, a new group was formed on 30th January 2012 promoting crime fiction.
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Publisher by Rainstorm Press, 2016.
Anna Cottrell cycles home
from work to discover a dead body in her flat. From that moment her life turns
into a nightmare. Although she has no idea who the victim is she becomes the
With her flat a crime scene Anna
moves in with her parents but they seem to be behaving oddly.
Heading her first murder
investigation is DCI Helen Lavery who is anxious to prove herself. Her attempts
to uncover the truth prove elusive, as does her colleague acting Inspector
Townsend, who seems bent on undermining her at every turn.
Despite giving a detailed
account of her movements at the time of the murder Anna is unable to convince
the police of her innocence. New evidence seems to link her to the victim.
As Anna feels the stability she
has always enjoyed shifting under her she begins to question her whole life.
Then things begin to happen to
people close to Anna. CanDCI Helen
Lavery or Anna unravel the deception that surrounds Anna and find the killer?
An intriguing mystery, that kept
me guessing to the end with many twists along the way. Recommended.
Reviewer: Lizzie Hayes
Jane Isaaclives with her husband, daughter and dog, Bollo, in
rural Northamptonshire, UK. Her debut novel, An Unfamiliar Murder, was nominated as best mystery in the
'eFestival of Words Best of the Independent eBook awards 2013.' The Truth Will Out was nominated as
'Thriller of the Month - April 2014' by E-thriller.com and winner of
'Noveltunity book club selection - May 2014'. Jane's latest title, Before It's Too Late, will be published
by Legend Press on the 1st of June 2015.
Jane loves to hear from readers and writers. Visit her website at
www.janeisaac.co.uk , where you can email her through the contacts page or
peruse her blog, 'Caffeine's Not a Crime'.