A widow kills herself. A father jumps to his death. A teenager’s body is callously dumped in a derelict school. Are there links with the menacing caller who’s playing a macabre game of cat and mouse with a reporter? All in all, Detective Sergeant Bev Morriss has more than enough on her professional plate without adding a side dish that’s purely personal: she wants answers to crucial questions from a cop killer who’s clinging onto life in a nursing home. How far is she prepared to go to stop Paul Curran taking his secrets to the grave? And is it justice that Bev’s after – or revenge?
About the Author
Maureen Carter has worked extensively in both print and broadcast journalism. She worked on newspapers and commercial radio before joining BBC TV News and Current Affairs. As well as being a reporter, Maureen co-presented BBC’s flagship Newsnight programme and went on to become the first woman news producer outside London when she edited Midlands Today. She is now a freelance writer and narrator. Her work has been short-listed in the Crime Writers’ Association’s New Writing Competition. Maureen lives in Birmingham and is married with one daughter.