The Body in the Snow
DCI Craig Gillard Crime Thrillers Book 4
Fiction, crime, suspense,
January 31, 2020
Money, success, family? All deadly... The new unputdownable DCI Gillard thriller. A young detective is out for a jog on a snowy winter morning. Then she sees something terrible: a murder in the park, sudden and inexplicable. A woman has been killed by a passing hooded cyclist. It’s just DCI Craig Gillard’s luck that he’s on duty. The body is that of Tanvi Roy, one of the richest women in Britain and matriarch of a food empire. With a tangled web of family and business contacts and jealousies, Gillard’s job just got even more complex. As he delves deeper into the Roy family, it’s clear that everything is not as it seems. As the investigation threatens to unravel, Gillard realises it's only the beginning of his problems. Trouble of a different sort is brewing close to home... Perfect for readers of D.K. Hood, Patricia Gibney and Mark Billingham, The Body in the Snow is a remarkable and gripping crime thriller.
This is good
solid British crime writing from a reliable author who thinks up devious plots
and believable characters.
Always a good
This book also
brought up 2 very interesting snippets – the first in location 2619, which is
54% of the way through, is a conversation between a mother and her very
precocious 11 year old daughter. The second is better and most women will love
this one. Location 2911. A discussion on ‘wrinkled bits’ left over from
universe building and what happened to them!