The serial killer is behind bars. But the murders are just beginning…
DC Maggie Jamieson’s past comes back to haunt her in this dark and gripping serial killer thriller.
Three missing women running out of time…
They were abducted years ago. Notorious serial killer Bill Raven admitted to killing them and was sentenced to life.
The case was closed – at least DC Maggie Jamieson thought it was…
But now one of them has been found, dismembered and dumped in a bin bag in town.
Forensics reveal that she died just two days ago, when Raven was behind bars, so Maggie has a second killer to find.
Because even if the other missing women are still alive, one thing’s for certain: they don’t have long left to live…
Noelle Holten is an award-winning blogger at www.crimebookjunkie.co.uk. She is the PR & Social Media Manager for Bookouture, a leading digital publisher in the UK, and was a regular reviewer on the Two Crime Writers and a Microphone podcast. Noelle worked as a Senior Probation Officer for eighteen years, covering a variety of cases including those involving serious domestic abuse. She has three Hons BA’s – Philosophy, Sociology (Crime & Deviance) and Community Justice – and a Masters in Criminology. Noelle’s hobbies include reading, attending as many book festivals as she can afford and sharing the booklove via her blog.
Dead Inside is her debut novel with One More Chapter/Harper Collins UK and the start of a new series featuring DC Maggie Jamieson.
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The second book in the Maggie Jamieson series. As a second book this wasn’t what I was expecting. I was expecting the same type of story where Maggie still worked for the department she was in the first book.
In this book she returns to her original department which seems at first a struggle for her. She has to push things from the get go as she isn’t known as much anymore and has to prove her worth.
That happened quickly when a case she worked on years ago resurfaces and with inferences to her not really doing her job the first time around.
The book was solid and had a lot going for it. Who doesn’t love a serial killer book though this one seems to be more rooted in a wrongful conviction.
Her and the team she is with must piece together different clues and try to figure out just what happened years ago and how to protect people in that area.
I am pleased to have been given the opportunity to read this book as an arc as I see so much growth in the author and this book has the really great capacity for further books in the series. I am hope there is more many many more