It’s not the homecoming Detective Inspector Tudor Manx was expecting, but solving the case is just the start of his problems.
Recently transferred from the London Met to the North Wales Constabulary, Detective Inspector Tudor Manx has come to Island of Anglesey hoping for a quiet life.
But his hopes are dashed when a brutally mutilated body is found crucified to the bow of a fishing boat sending shockwaves through the peaceful community.
Manx’s faces pressure to solve the case quickly equipped with an inexperienced team. 
Is the body a message or a premonition more murders to come?
This is the first book in the thrilling new DI Tudor Manx series.
My review

I  wasn’t sure what to really expect from the book.  It has a lot of great characters that start to grow on you.  

The storyline started off a bit too slow for what I like but built up to the crescendo.i am looking forward to more from this author. 

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