Thursday, 21 May 2015

The Mourner by Susan Wilkins

The MournerThe Mourner by Susan Wilkins
My rating: 4 of 5 stars



This is a fast paced story, you can get into it right away, this author is one of the best for doing that.

Nicci was forced out of the Police and now working in a Detective Agency. She has an interesting case on her hands that leads her to many different places and avenues.

The thing is, has Nicci bitten off more than she can handle with this case?

You will find out.

I would like to thank Pan Macmillan via Net Galley for my copy to review.


If she can't get justice, will she settle for vengeance?


Kaz Phelps has escaped her brother and her criminal past to become an anonymous art student in Glasgow. But can life under the witness protection scheme ever give her the freedom she craves?

Banged up and brooding, Joey Phelps faces thirty years behind bars. Still, with cash and connections on the outside, can an overstretched prison system really contain him?


Helen Warner, once Kaz's lawyer and lover, is a rising star in Parliament. But has she made the kind of enemies who have no regard for the democratic process, or even the law?


Ousted from the police and paralysed by tragic personal loss, Nicci Armstrong is in danger of going under. Can a job she doesn't want with a private security firm help her to put her life back back on track?


A murder dressed up as suicide and corruption that goes to the heart of government unite ex-cop and ex-con in a deadly quest to learn the truth. What they discover proves what both have always known - villainy is rife on both sides of the law.





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