Dead Like Her by Linda Regan
By Linda Regan
It sort of feels like an easy case for newly promoted DCI Paul Banham and DI Alison Grainger: the murdered ladies all bore an uncanny resemblance to Marilyn Monroe and labored for a look-alike corporation. however the enquiry quickly finds connections with a covert research into drug-running and people-trafficking. a brand new member of the group, uniquely certified yet green, is positioned in a perilous situation-made more challenging whilst love rears its advanced head! Can Banham and Grainger keep her from the villains-and from herself? ""Enjoyable 3rd police procedural to add Det. leader Insp. Paul Banham and Det. Insp. Alison Grainger. . . not just gratifying yet particularly poignant."" Publishers Weekly ""Good motion, a qualified research, and a heartbreaking finishing make this united kingdom procedural sequence worthy a look."" Library magazine ""The plot is very advanced and good built, and the characters are superbly portrayed. this is often an altogether interesting and soaking up book."" - i admire a secret
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Review Enjoyable third police procedural to feature Det. Chief Insp. Paul Banham and Det. Insp. Alison Grainger. . not only satisfying but especially poignant. --Publishers Weekly Good action, a professional investigation, and a heartbreaking ending make this UK procedural series worth a look. --Library Journal The plot is extremely complex and well developed, and the characters are beautifully portrayed. This is an altogether fascinating and absorbing book. --I Love a Mystery Dead Like Her Linda Regan Also by Linda Regan in eBook from eCC Creative Crime: Behind You!
She nodded. “We’ll talk later. ” She set off in the direction of the pond. If she was honest, it was a relief not to have to think about last night. Banham caught her up. ” “No. ” She turned to face him. He was smiling, one of those smiles which made the sides of his eyes crinkle and her tummy think it was in competition with the Red Arrows. He put a hand on her shoulder. ” She looked at him. ” She sensed there was more. “I think you’ll like it. ” The victim’s face was just visible through the moss-muddied slime.
The unsolved murder of his young wife and ten-month-old baby all those years ago had affected him very deeply – but was it going to haunt him to his grave? It wasn’t that she didn’t sympathise and care, but if he didn’t feel ready to move on after nearly eleven years, why had he made love to her? Perhaps it was just sex – just one of those things. It wasn’t planned; they hadn’t agreed to go out on a date. They were just celebrating their promotion, a spur of the moment thing. But to Alison it felt like they had made love.