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AJ Cross writes the fourth in the forensic psychologist, Professor Kate Hanson series set in Birmingham. It is the first book for me, but I found it works perfectly fine as a standalone. It begins with the murder of 30 year old call centre supervisor, Della Harrington in her flat, with her dead body displayed in such a fashion that it suggests that the killer is a sexual predator. A novelist, David Lockman, has served 10 years in prison for Della's murder before the Court of Appeal rules his conviction as unsafe and a miscarriage of justice. With the media focus on the freeing of Lockman, The new police investigation into the murder becomes the responsibility of the Unsolved Crime Unit (UCU) run by DI Bernard Watts, with seconded Boston PD lieutenant, Joseph Carrington. Kate is to be involved on a part time basis whilst she continues with her academic duties. Chief Superintendent Maurice Gander expects results and fast, but it is no easy matter to solve this cold case.

Kate has a 14 year old daughter, Maisie, a whizz at Maths studying part time at the university and a handful. Charlie, Kate's stepfather, has re-entered the family and Kate is keen to keep him close. Her private life is an emotional desert, with Kate determined to protect herself by only getting involved in short term relationships that have no future. The American Corrigan has feelings for her that Kate is keeping at bay. The UCU identify and focus on three possible suspects that might fit their sexual predator killer theory. Steffan Coultard, a member of a operatic performing group with Della, and socially awkward in his relationships with women. Archie Fenton, the maintenance guy with a fondness for pornography, and property management man, Leonard Dobbs, with a penchant for preying on female tenants that are struggling financially. Interspersed in the narrative is the menacing presence of the Watcher, intent on ensuring the murder does not get solved. As Kate begins to question whether the assumptions underlying their profile of the killer are correct, she finds herself in hot water as she insists on investigating in forbidden areas.

This is an enjoyable cold case police procedural despite being occasionally predictable. I did find it hard initially to get a complete handle on Kate as a person, but I did jump into the middle of a series but I got to like her character, her complex family dynamics and personal relationships. The cold case team worked well together, even when a team member is pushed out in the cold. They have the tortuous task of addressing the failings of the original murder inquiry, interview people about decade old events and hone into the identity of the true killer whilst under severe pressure from the police hierarchy and the media. I found this an entertaining and compelling piece of crime fiction. Many thanks to Severn House for an ARC.

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kate has a 14 year old daughter, maisie, a whizz at maths studying part time at the university and a handful. charlie, kate's stepfather, has re-entered the family and kate is keen to keep him close. her private life is an emotional desert, with kate determined to protect herself by only getting involved in short term relationships that have no future. the american corrigan has feelings for her that kate is keeping at bay. the ucu identify and focus on three possible suspects that might fit their sexual predator killer theory. steffan coultard, a member of a operatic performing group with della, and socially awkward in his relationships with women. archie fenton, the maintenance guy with a fondness for pornography, and property management man, leonard dobbs, with a penchant for preying on female tenants that are struggling financially. interspersed in the narrative is the menacing presence of the watcher, intent on ensuring the murder does not get solved. as kate begins to question whether the assumptions underlying their profile of the killer are correct, she finds herself in hot water as she insists on investigating in forbidden areas.

this is an enjoyable cold case police procedural despite being occasionally predictable. i did find it hard initially to get a complete handle on kate as a person, but i did jump into the middle of a series but i got to like her character, her complex family dynamics and personal relationships. the cold case team worked well together, even when a team member is pushed out in the cold. they have the tortuous task of addressing the failings of the original murder inquiry, interview people about decade old events and hone into the identity of the true killer whilst under severe pressure from the police hierarchy and the media. i found this an entertaining and compelling piece of crime fiction. many thanks to severn house for an arc.

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kate has a 14 year old daughter, maisie, a whizz at maths studying part time at the university and a handful. charlie, kate's stepfather, has re-entered the family and kate is keen to keep him close. her private life is an emotional desert, with kate determined to protect herself by only getting involved in short term relationships that have no future. the american corrigan has feelings for her that kate is keeping at bay. the ucu identify and focus on three possible suspects that might fit their sexual predator killer theory. steffan coultard, a member of a operatic performing group with della, and socially awkward in his relationships with women. archie fenton, the maintenance guy with a fondness for pornography, and property management man, leonard dobbs, with a penchant for preying on female tenants that are struggling financially. interspersed in the narrative is the menacing presence of the watcher, intent on ensuring the murder does not get solved. as kate begins to question whether the assumptions underlying their profile of the killer are correct, she finds herself in hot water as she insists on investigating in forbidden areas.

this is an enjoyable cold case police procedural despite being occasionally predictable. i did find it hard initially to get a complete handle on kate as a person, but i did jump into the middle of a series but i got to like her character, her complex family dynamics and personal relationships. the cold case team worked well together, even when a team member is pushed out in the cold. they have the tortuous task of addressing the failings of the original murder inquiry, interview people about decade old events and hone into the identity of the true killer whilst under severe pressure from the police hierarchy and the media. i found this an entertaining and compelling piece of crime fiction. many thanks to severn house for an arc.

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kate has a 14 year old daughter, maisie, a whizz at maths studying part time at the university and a handful. charlie, kate's stepfather, has re-entered the family and kate is keen to keep him close. her private life is an emotional desert, with kate determined to protect herself by only getting involved in short term relationships that have no future. the american corrigan has feelings for her that kate is keeping at bay. the ucu identify and focus on three possible suspects that might fit their sexual predator killer theory. steffan coultard, a member of a operatic performing group with della, and socially awkward in his relationships with women. archie fenton, the maintenance guy with a fondness for pornography, and property management man, leonard dobbs, with a penchant for preying on female tenants that are struggling financially. interspersed in the narrative is the menacing presence of the watcher, intent on ensuring the murder does not get solved. as kate begins to question whether the assumptions underlying their profile of the killer are correct, she finds herself in hot water as she insists on investigating in forbidden areas.

this is an enjoyable cold case police procedural despite being occasionally predictable. i did find it hard initially to get a complete handle on kate as a person, but i did jump into the middle of a series but i got to like her character, her complex family dynamics and personal relationships. the cold case team worked well together, even when a team member is pushed out in the cold. they have the tortuous task of addressing the failings of the original murder inquiry, interview people about decade old events and hone into the identity of the true killer whilst under severe pressure from the police hierarchy and the media. i found this an entertaining and compelling piece of crime fiction. many thanks to severn house for an arc.

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kate has a 14 year old daughter, maisie, a whizz at maths studying part time at the university and a handful. charlie, kate's stepfather, has re-entered the family and kate is keen to keep him close. her private life is an emotional desert, with kate determined to protect herself by only getting involved in short term relationships that have no future. the american corrigan has feelings for her that kate is keeping at bay. the ucu identify and focus on three possible suspects that might fit their sexual predator killer theory. steffan coultard, a member of a operatic performing group with della, and socially awkward in his relationships with women. archie fenton, the maintenance guy with a fondness for pornography, and property management man, leonard dobbs, with a penchant for preying on female tenants that are struggling financially. interspersed in the narrative is the menacing presence of the watcher, intent on ensuring the murder does not get solved. as kate begins to question whether the assumptions underlying their profile of the killer are correct, she finds herself in hot water as she insists on investigating in forbidden areas.

this is an enjoyable cold case police procedural despite being occasionally predictable. i did find it hard initially to get a complete handle on kate as a person, but i did jump into the middle of a series but i got to like her character, her complex family dynamics and personal relationships. the cold case team worked well together, even when a team member is pushed out in the cold. they have the tortuous task of addressing the failings of the original murder inquiry, interview people about decade old events and hone into the identity of the true killer whilst under severe pressure from the police hierarchy and the media. i found this an entertaining and compelling piece of crime fiction. many thanks to severn house for an arc.

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kate has a 14 year old daughter, maisie, a whizz at maths studying part time at the university and a handful. charlie, kate's stepfather, has re-entered the family and kate is keen to keep him close. her private life is an emotional desert, with kate determined to protect herself by only getting involved in short term relationships that have no future. the american corrigan has feelings for her that kate is keeping at bay. the ucu identify and focus on three possible suspects that might fit their sexual predator killer theory. steffan coultard, a member of a operatic performing group with della, and socially awkward in his relationships with women. archie fenton, the maintenance guy with a fondness for pornography, and property management man, leonard dobbs, with a penchant for preying on female tenants that are struggling financially. interspersed in the narrative is the menacing presence of the watcher, intent on ensuring the murder does not get solved. as kate begins to question whether the assumptions underlying their profile of the killer are correct, she finds herself in hot water as she insists on investigating in forbidden areas.

this is an enjoyable cold case police procedural despite being occasionally predictable. i did find it hard initially to get a complete handle on kate as a person, but i did jump into the middle of a series but i got to like her character, her complex family dynamics and personal relationships. the cold case team worked well together, even when a team member is pushed out in the cold. they have the tortuous task of addressing the failings of the original murder inquiry, interview people about decade old events and hone into the identity of the true killer whilst under severe pressure from the police hierarchy and the media. i found this an entertaining and compelling piece of crime fiction. many thanks to severn house for an arc.

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kate has a 14 year old daughter, maisie, a whizz at maths studying part time at the university and a handful. charlie, kate's stepfather, has re-entered the family and kate is keen to keep him close. her private life is an emotional desert, with kate determined to protect herself by only getting involved in short term relationships that have no future. the american corrigan has feelings for her that kate is keeping at bay. the ucu identify and focus on three possible suspects that might fit their sexual predator killer theory. steffan coultard, a member of a operatic performing group with della, and socially awkward in his relationships with women. archie fenton, the maintenance guy with a fondness for pornography, and property management man, leonard dobbs, with a penchant for preying on female tenants that are struggling financially. interspersed in the narrative is the menacing presence of the watcher, intent on ensuring the murder does not get solved. as kate begins to question whether the assumptions underlying their profile of the killer are correct, she finds herself in hot water as she insists on investigating in forbidden areas.

this is an enjoyable cold case police procedural despite being occasionally predictable. i did find it hard initially to get a complete handle on kate as a person, but i did jump into the middle of a series but i got to like her character, her complex family dynamics and personal relationships. the cold case team worked well together, even when a team member is pushed out in the cold. they have the tortuous task of addressing the failings of the original murder inquiry, interview people about decade old events and hone into the identity of the true killer whilst under severe pressure from the police hierarchy and the media. i found this an entertaining and compelling piece of crime fiction. many thanks to severn house for an arc.

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kate has a 14 year old daughter, maisie, a whizz at maths studying part time at the university and a handful. charlie, kate's stepfather, has re-entered the family and kate is keen to keep him close. her private life is an emotional desert, with kate determined to protect herself by only getting involved in short term relationships that have no future. the american corrigan has feelings for her that kate is keeping at bay. the ucu identify and focus on three possible suspects that might fit their sexual predator killer theory. steffan coultard, a member of a operatic performing group with della, and socially awkward in his relationships with women. archie fenton, the maintenance guy with a fondness for pornography, and property management man, leonard dobbs, with a penchant for preying on female tenants that are struggling financially. interspersed in the narrative is the menacing presence of the watcher, intent on ensuring the murder does not get solved. as kate begins to question whether the assumptions underlying their profile of the killer are correct, she finds herself in hot water as she insists on investigating in forbidden areas.

this is an enjoyable cold case police procedural despite being occasionally predictable. i did find it hard initially to get a complete handle on kate as a person, but i did jump into the middle of a series but i got to like her character, her complex family dynamics and personal relationships. the cold case team worked well together, even when a team member is pushed out in the cold. they have the tortuous task of addressing the failings of the original murder inquiry, interview people about decade old events and hone into the identity of the true killer whilst under severe pressure from the police hierarchy and the media. i found this an entertaining and compelling piece of crime fiction. many thanks to severn house for an arc.

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kate has a 14 year old daughter, maisie, a whizz at maths studying part time at the university and a handful. charlie, kate's stepfather, has re-entered the family and kate is keen to keep him close. her private life is an emotional desert, with kate determined to protect herself by only getting involved in short term relationships that have no future. the american corrigan has feelings for her that kate is keeping at bay. the ucu identify and focus on three possible suspects that might fit their sexual predator killer theory. steffan coultard, a member of a operatic performing group with della, and socially awkward in his relationships with women. archie fenton, the maintenance guy with a fondness for pornography, and property management man, leonard dobbs, with a penchant for preying on female tenants that are struggling financially. interspersed in the narrative is the menacing presence of the watcher, intent on ensuring the murder does not get solved. as kate begins to question whether the assumptions underlying their profile of the killer are correct, she finds herself in hot water as she insists on investigating in forbidden areas.

this is an enjoyable cold case police procedural despite being occasionally predictable. i did find it hard initially to get a complete handle on kate as a person, but i did jump into the middle of a series but i got to like her character, her complex family dynamics and personal relationships. the cold case team worked well together, even when a team member is pushed out in the cold. they have the tortuous task of addressing the failings of the original murder inquiry, interview people about decade old events and hone into the identity of the true killer whilst under severe pressure from the police hierarchy and the media. i found this an entertaining and compelling piece of crime fiction. many thanks to severn house for an arc.

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kate has a 14 year old daughter, maisie, a whizz at maths studying part time at the university and a handful. charlie, kate's stepfather, has re-entered the family and kate is keen to keep him close. her private life is an emotional desert, with kate determined to protect herself by only getting involved in short term relationships that have no future. the american corrigan has feelings for her that kate is keeping at bay. the ucu identify and focus on three possible suspects that might fit their sexual predator killer theory. steffan coultard, a member of a operatic performing group with della, and socially awkward in his relationships with women. archie fenton, the maintenance guy with a fondness for pornography, and property management man, leonard dobbs, with a penchant for preying on female tenants that are struggling financially. interspersed in the narrative is the menacing presence of the watcher, intent on ensuring the murder does not get solved. as kate begins to question whether the assumptions underlying their profile of the killer are correct, she finds herself in hot water as she insists on investigating in forbidden areas.

this is an enjoyable cold case police procedural despite being occasionally predictable. i did find it hard initially to get a complete handle on kate as a person, but i did jump into the middle of a series but i got to like her character, her complex family dynamics and personal relationships. the cold case team worked well together, even when a team member is pushed out in the cold. they have the tortuous task of addressing the failings of the original murder inquiry, interview people about decade old events and hone into the identity of the true killer whilst under severe pressure from the police hierarchy and the media. i found this an entertaining and compelling piece of crime fiction. many thanks to severn house for an arc.

that occasion with his work leaving the garden. It is a closed cell foam, aj cross writes the fourth in the forensic psychologist, professor kate hanson series set in birmingham. it is the first book for me, but i found it works perfectly fine as a standalone. it begins with the murder of 30 year old call centre supervisor, della harrington in her flat, with her dead body displayed in such a fashion that it suggests that the killer is a sexual predator. a novelist, david lockman, has served 10 years in prison for della's murder before the court of appeal rules his conviction as unsafe and a miscarriage of justice. with the media focus on the freeing of lockman, the new police investigation into the murder becomes the responsibility of the unsolved crime unit (ucu) run by di bernard watts, with seconded boston pd lieutenant, joseph carrington. kate is to be involved on a part time basis whilst she continues with her academic duties. chief superintendent maurice gander expects results and fast, but it is no easy matter to solve this cold case.

kate has a 14 year old daughter, maisie, a whizz at maths studying part time at the university and a handful. charlie, kate's stepfather, has re-entered the family and kate is keen to keep him close. her private life is an emotional desert, with kate determined to protect herself by only getting involved in short term relationships that have no future. the american corrigan has feelings for her that kate is keeping at bay. the ucu identify and focus on three possible suspects that might fit their sexual predator killer theory. steffan coultard, a member of a operatic performing group with della, and socially awkward in his relationships with women. archie fenton, the maintenance guy with a fondness for pornography, and property management man, leonard dobbs, with a penchant for preying on female tenants that are struggling financially. interspersed in the narrative is the menacing presence of the watcher, intent on ensuring the murder does not get solved. as kate begins to question whether the assumptions underlying their profile of the killer are correct, she finds herself in hot water as she insists on investigating in forbidden areas.

this is an enjoyable cold case police procedural despite being occasionally predictable. i did find it hard initially to get a complete handle on kate as a person, but i did jump into the middle of a series but i got to like her character, her complex family dynamics and personal relationships. the cold case team worked well together, even when a team member is pushed out in the cold. they have the tortuous task of addressing the failings of the original murder inquiry, interview people about decade old events and hone into the identity of the true killer whilst under severe pressure from the police hierarchy and the media. i found this an entertaining and compelling piece of crime fiction. many thanks to severn house for an arc.

which allows it to take up more volume and be light weight.