Introducing WHY SHE RAN

So, the darker months are here, time to settle down for a little night time reading? It’s my favourite time of year, the wind howling outside, snuggled up cosy and warm and a decent book on the go!

Good news – book 2 is on the way and if you enjoyed Iris and Slattery first time round, this might be something you’d like to pick up. It’s just up for pre-order now on Amazon. Like HER SISTER’S BONES, it’s only available as an ebook although, it will be available as a paperback from Amazon from date of publication!

Here’s the blurb just to give you some idea what it’s all about…

Yesterday they were a family like any other…

Twenty-year-old Rachel McDermott was your typical girl-next-door. She loved her job as a nurse, was close to her family in the small Irish town of Corbally and seemed to have no enemies. So when she is brutally murdered, the local community reels in horror and Detective Iris Locke is put on the case.

The main suspect is her close friend, sixteen-year-old Eleanor Marshall, a tearaway teenager with addiction problems whose parents have long since turned their backs on her. Eleanor was last seen fleeing the scene where Rachel’s body was found and is now missing in the woods near the Comeragh mountains.

Eleanor’s sister Karena insists Eleanor wouldn’t have hurt her best friend, but a day later, when Karena is found dead in the area Eleanor is hiding, Iris knows things don’t look good for the runaway teen. She doesn’t want to believe that Eleanor is her sister’s killer, but all the evidence seems to point that way.

But Iris can’t let go of the elements of the case she doesn’t have answers for. The fact that Rachel’s father died in suspicious circumstances. The strange company that Rachel was keeping the night before she died. Was it guilt or fear that made Eleanor run? And can Iris find her before it is too late?

It’s due to be published on December 19th, but you can pre-order your copy now.

Talk soon,

Ger H


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