Kaye Whiting went to buy a birthday present and didn't come back. When DC Goodhew hears the recording of the mysterious call made to the station, informing them that Kaye is still alive and that a man named Peter Walsh is responsbile, he knows it's more than a prank call. Why does Mr. Walsh not seem surprised to see Goodhew at his doorstep, and who is the woman who goes to the same diner every day, just so she can watch Mr. Walsh walk out of his building with his new lover?
About the Author
Alison Bruce was born in Surrey but moved to Cambridge in 1998. She is the author of two other Gary Goodhew books, "Cambridge Blue" and "The Siren." She is married with two small children.
Praise for Alison Bruce:
Bruce’s superior prose elevates this above many other contemporary British police procedurals.”—Publishers Weekly
“Goodhew stands alone. I'm looking forward to more of his investigations.”—Minneapolis Star-Tribune
“Smart, ambitious.... A pleasingly different police procedural.”—Kirkus Reviews
“[Bruce] develops complex characters and shows an admirable command of language.... Other Goodhew adventures are sure to follow.”—Gumshoe Review
Goodhew keeps the tale brisk especially in the latter half as he methodically follows every lead. Fans will enjoy his efforts to solve the complex case even as readers will try to beat him to the punch as Alison Bruce provides all the clues in plain sight.”—Harriet Klausner, Genre-Go-Round Reviews