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Published by Robert Hale Ltd, 30 August
2013. ISBN: 978-0-7198-1054-1
A Narrow Mile finds recently retired
DI Hilary Greene now back at Thames
Valley Police working as
a consultant to the cold-case team.
a complete story, the investigation in this book does relate back to the
previous one, where Hilary was subjected to an attack by a man who had been
stalking her. Unfortunately he was not caught and it now appears that he may be
responsible for the disappearance of many other missing girls.Also, her bosses are questioning whether she
is up to the task after her ordeal.But
we long-time fans of the series have total faith in Hilary Greene.
Hilary begins to doubt her own abilities as she fails to get a handle on the
stalker but eventually by dogged police work she gets her breakthrough. Tightly
plotted with great characterisation, as with previous books, I devoured this in
one sitting, unputdownable!
Reviewer: Lizzie Hayes
Faith Martin was born
in Oxford. She
began her working life as a secretary but left to pursue her dream of being a