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Free (Kindle) Midnight Murders - Katherine John [British Detective/Mystery]

Free (Kindle) Midnight Murders (Trevor Joseph Detective series) - Katherine John [British Detective/Mystery]

--Author previously published by St. Martin's Press, Accent Press (UK), etc.; this book published by Accent Press


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Book Description:

Second book in the Detective Trevor Joseph series.

Compton Castle is a Victorian psychiatric hospital long overdue for demolition. Its warrens of rooms and acres of grounds, originally designed as a sanctuary for the mentally ill, now provide the ideal stalking ground for a serial killer.

Physically and mentally battered after his last case (Without Trace), Sergeant Trevor Joseph is a temporary inmate – but the hospital loses all therapeutic benefit when a corpse is dug out of a flowerbed. Then more bodies are found; young, female and both linked to the hospital. Everyone within the mouldering walls is in danger while a highly unpredictable malevolence remains at large. And, as patients and staff are interrogated by the police, the apparently motiveless killer watches and waits for the opportunity to strike again . . .

Praise for Katherine John:

“John expertly weaves together information about the medical, psychological and procedural strands of this taut story of revenge and retribution” - Publishers Weekly

“Rapidly building a reputation as a thriller writer” - Wales on Sunday

"So intriguing…cleverly woven together and tensely written” - Sunday Times
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