The Murder Club

‘Not all evil, on the surface, is ugly and menacing. It doesn’t always lurk in city centres after dark. It
mows your lawns, frequents your local pub, takes its kids to school and contributes to communities.’
When the first letter arrives saying that ‘tonight it begins’, journalist Miller Hatcher ignores it. But
then the body of a murdered woman is discovered, strangled, a scarf around her neck.

Cassie Hughes has always vowed to find the man who murdered her mother. Cassie knows he’s out
there and wants him to pay, and Miller agrees to bring the cold case back into the public’s eye.
Logan Dodds has been obsessed with true crime ever since his sister was murdered thirty years ago.

He has turned his obsession into a career and has created the True Crime Enthusiasts Club and his
newest venture, True Crime Tours.
The lives of Miller, Cassie and Logan – all affected differently by murder – become entwined as The Scarf Killer, desperate for infamy, and Miller’s attention, makes his mark on the small town of Lentford.

Purchase Links

UK –

US –

Author Bio – After seven years of working as a librarian in New Zealand and overseas, Nikki now
works as a freelance proofreader and copy editor. She lives in the small Waikato town of Cambridge
in New Zealand with her husband and two girls.

Nikki has been writing on and off her whole life and before she turned to crime writing had success
in flash fiction. She has been published in ‘Bonsai: Best Small Fictions from Aotearoa New Zealand’,
and ‘Fresh Ink’ anthologies.
Crime/thriller/mystery novels are her passion. Her first novel, ‘Nothing Bad Happens Here’, featuring
journalist Miller Hatcher, is set on the Coromandel Coast of New Zealand. It was a finalist in the 2018
Ngaio Marsh Award for best first novel. Her second book, ‘No One Can Hear You’, was long-listed for
the Ngaio Marsh Award for best novel in 2019. ‘The Murder Club’ is the second in the Miller Hatcher

Social Media Links –

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.