Talk about twists!
This was a great read involving a fashion photographer, Anna Burgin, whose flat-mate and friend, Danny, an investigative journalist’s researcher is searching for his boss. He had an appointment to meet up with her, leading British tabloid’s Clare Woodbrook, but she is a no-show and her car is found abandoned. The police investigation into her disappearance is headed by DCI Graham March, the very person whose corrupt doings were being investigated by Claire.
Assisted by Anna, Danny tries to find Claire and avoid the ever bullying March at the same time. Danny seems totally unaware that Anna is in love with him, which, told from Anna’s POV, makes for a very funny situation, especially when they are forced to share the same bed, several times.
The characters are lively and convincing. The plot is a squash ball of surprises; you don’t know which wall it will next hit. I’m looking forward to the next in the series.
I chose this free tale from BOOKFUNNEL with no regrets. Thank you, David Bradwell. Keep going.