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Summary

Three gripping crime fiction thrillers featuring DCI Whitney Walker and forensic psychologist Dr. Georgina Cavendish.

Deadly Games

A killer's playing cat and mouse - and winning.

DCI Whitney Walker’s in trouble. She’s threatened with demotion if she screws up another case. So, when a killer starts murdering female students, it’s a chance to redeem herself. Forensic psychologist, Dr Georgina Cavendish, has spent her life inside the university walls, but when one of her students is murdered, she steps out from behind the textbooks and puts her skills to the test. The two headstrong women join forces to stop the killer. But sparks fly when real world policing meets academic theory, and it’s not a pretty sight. 

Fatal Justice

A vigilante is on the loose, dishing out their kind of justice.

A string of mutilated bodies sees DCI Whitney Walker back in action. But when she discovers the victims have all been grooming young girls, she fears a vigilante is on the loose. And while she understands the motive, no one is above the law. Once again, she turns to forensic psychologist, Dr. Georgina Cavendish, to unravel the cryptic clues. But will they be able to save the next victim from a gruesome death?

Death Track

Catch the train if you dare…

After a teenage boy is found dead on a Lenchester train, Detective Chief Inspector Whitney Walker believes they’re being targeted by the notorious Carriage Killer, who chooses a local rail network, commits four murders, and moves on. Against her wishes, Walker’s boss brings in officers from another force to help the investigation and prevent more deaths, but she’s forced to defend her team against this outside interference. Dr. Georgina Cavendish is by her side in an attempt to bring to an end this killing spree. But how can they get into the mind of a killer who has already killed twelve times in two years without leaving behind a single clue?

©2019 Sally Rigby (P)2020 Podium Audio

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Predictable

I have just finished the first 6 hour story if this trilogy. To be honest I struggled with the narrator, who seems a bit, how should I say, plummey. And I sometimes had difficulty telling the characters apart, as the same characters voice changed slightly as the book goes on. The story is not bad but predictable, I guessed whio did the deeds long before the end, and some of the plot moves. So it is a case of never mind the quality feel the width. Three books for the price of one. I can see why now...

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Enjoyable

Was not sure when i got these books but 3 books in 1 buy seemed worth a try. i have really enjoyed the stories and the narrator brings the characters to life. Well worth a listen!

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  • 27-09-20

Very good intro to a series

Very good series and this is the first three books. Once I finished this, I read all the other novels... Pretty much the best recommendation I can give! Great female protagonists and enjoyable story lines.