Kim Lock. Mark Haddon. Terry Hayes. Ed Brubaker. Bestselling Series. Harry Potter. Popular Features. New Releases. Categories: Crime Crime Fiction. Free delivery worldwide. Expected to be delivered to Germany by Christmas. Description A crime you'll always remember. A detective you'll never forget. A young girl is found dead. A prostitute is murdered. And the strangest, youngest detective in the South Wales Major Crimes Unit is about to face the fiercest test of her short career. A woman and her six-year-old daughter are killed with chilling brutality in a dingy flat. The only clue: the platinum bank card of a long-dead tycoon, found amidst the squalor.
DC Griffiths has already proved herself dedicated to the job, but there's another side to her she is less keen to reveal. Something to do with a mysterious two-year gap in her CV, her strange inability to cry - and a disconcerting familiarity with corpses. Fiona is desperate to put the past behind her but as more gruesome killings follow, the case leads her back into those dark places in her own mind where another dead girl is waiting to be found Praise for the Fiona Griffiths mystery series: 'I have to say that in a lifetime of reading crime fiction I have never come across anyone quite like Fiona Griffiths.
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Enjoy every syllable. Hold your breath, and tick off the weeks until the next one' Crime Fiction Lover 'Compelling The writing is terrific' The Boston Globe 'This cleverly plotted police procedural introduces a likeable, maverick detective destined for a bestseller following' Choice Fans of Angela Marsons, Peter James and Ann Cleeves will be gripped by the other titles in the Fiona Griffiths mystery series: 1. Talking to the Dead 2. Love Story, With Murders 3. The Strange Death of Fiona Griffiths 4.
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The Wife and the Widow Christian White. The Night Fire Michael Connelly. Criss Cross James Patterson. Dark Water Robert Bryndza. Quantum Patricia Cornwell. Echo Burning Lee Child. Three Little Lies Laura Marshall. At very first, the murder scene seems sad, although not unusual: a young lady un-tied by prostitution and drugs, her 6 year old daughter deceased next to her.
However detectives discover a unusual piece of proof in the squalid residence, a platinum credit card of a really rich and long lifeless steel tycoon.
It is about what a hooker addicted to heroin was executing with the credit card of the well recognized and strong man who passed away months ago. This is the query that the majority of junior person in the detective team, Investigator Constable Fiona Griffiths, is assigned to respond to. But D.
Griffiths is not an ordinary police officer. She has gained a status at police head office in Cardiff at Wales, for being unusual, because of not picking up on sociable hints, for being slightly over-intense.