Merciless

Written by Heleyne Hammersley

 

My thanks to Sarah Hardy of Bloodhound Books for inviting me to take part in this Blog Tour

 

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Book Description

 

Two murders. One missing girl.

DI Kate Fletcher is called out to a freezing canal where a woman’s body is found floating in a lock.  With no identification, the police struggle to piece together the details of the woman’s life.

In Thorpe a daughter confesses to the murder of her father.  She says she helped him escape a painful death from liver cancer, but was her role more active than she claims?

As Kate and her team investigate, the links between the two cases are inescapable and everything seems to lead back to the disappearance of a teenager years earlier.

Then the main suspect vanishes….

Can Kate connect the events of past and present to bring the culprit to justice?

 

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Purchase Links

Amazon.co.uk – http://amzn.eu/beagGZN

Amazon.com – http://a.co/cKhpZqf

 

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Author Bio

 

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Heleyne Hammersley is a British writer based in Cumbria. She writes psychological suspense thrillers and crime novels.

Heleyne has been writing since junior school – her first work was a collection of poems called ‘Give Them the Works’ when she was ten years old. The poems were carefully handwritten on plain paper and tied together with knitting wool.

When she’s not writing, Heleyne can often be found wandering on the fells or in the local park with her dog.

 

Links: Website: www.heleynehammersley.com

Facebook: Heleyne Hammersley author

Twitter: @hhammersley66

 

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