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Summary

The gripping first novel in the exciting new Stone and Oliver series by award-winning author Mari Hannah. 

Alex should never have agreed to the spur-of-the-moment holiday with her sister. Seven days felt like a year without Daniel, her 10-year-old son. This was the first time they had been apart since he was born, and her husband had convinced her it was a good idea. It was a bad idea. Daniel has gone missing. 

Local CID officers David Stone and Frankie Oliver have been assigned their first case together. A small boy's fate lies in their hands, and the pressure is on. And when someone close to Daniel is found dead, they begin to feel the heat. 

©2018 Mari Hannah (P)2018 Isis Publishing

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"Nobody understands the many faces of cops better than Mari Hannah." (Val McDermid)

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Gripping.

Well done Colleen Predergast for portraying the characters so well.
The story had lots of twists that kept me gripped.

Thank you

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Terrible

I don’t know if this is a new author but it didn’t flow well, random descriptions, the story line was weak. I can’t quite put my finger on the reason, but it was terrible

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good book

good story lots of twists and turns, great to hear a proper Geordie well done to Colleen Prendergast who brought this well written book to life in true geordie.