Nobody’s Child: An unputdownable crime thriller that will have you hooked (Detectives King and Lane Book 3)
Author: Victoria Jenkins
Publication Day: 19th June
An absolutely gripping mystery thriller with a jaw-dropping twist. This book will hook you from page one and keep you reading ‘just one more chapter’ late into the night.
On a damp October day, a body is found in an abandoned hospital, too burnt to be identified, but Detective Alex King knows that every victim is someone’s daughter or son.
Pushing aside her own troubles, Alex puts everything into finding the killer, but when someone else is found dead, she begins to suspect that the body in the hospital was just the first of many.
Just as Alex uncovers a heartbreaking link between the victims, she finds her own safety under threat. Is this a figure from her past hell-bent on revenge, or could the murderer be even nearer than she thinks?
Alex is running out of time. Can she catch the killer before they take another life, or will they get to her first?
A completely unputdownable detective thriller that will keep you up all night. Readers of Robert Bryndza, Karin Slaughter and Angela Marsons will love this.
About the Author
Victoria Jenkins lives with her husband and daughter in South Wales, where her series of crime novels featuring Detectives King and Lane is based. Her debut novel The Girls in the Water is an Amazon UK top 30 bestseller, and top 5 bestseller in the Amazon US chart.
The third book in the King and Lane series, Nobody’s Child, is out now!
The next installment in this thrilling series. I was very pleased to see that another book in the King and Lane series was launched.
Why because the two have a great chemistry that I really like in a novel. Alex is a strong woman who has the ability to do whatever she wishes. She has the personality to really pull you into the story and keep you gripped the entire time.
The story was good and had a solid premise which draws you in just as much as the characterization.
As a third book in the series I was worried that it would feel old and I was very pleased that wasn’t the case. The author writes a compelling story with characters who aren’t standard and can really be seen as growing throughout the series.