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THE SOHO KILLER
Format – Kindle
Publisher – Joffe Books
Publication Date – 17th November 2022
Genre – Crime thriller, mystery and suspense
Author – Biba Pearce
FULL OF TWISTS AND TURNS, A HEARTSTOPPING MYSTERY FROM YOUR NEW CRIME FICTION OBSESSION: BIBA PEARCE.
A serial killer who dumps the victims’ bodies in Soho Square. A sleepless detective thwarted by his box-ticking boss.
Detective Rob Miller thinks he’s seen it all, but this murder scene takes his breath away.
The victim is bound and gagged, with whip marks on his back. The location is one of the busiest squares in London. The cause of death appears to be strangulation.
Murder or a game gone wrong?
The prime suspect is the victim’s partner. Under pressure from his superiors, Rob makes an arrest despite his doubts.
But another body is found: bound, gagged and dumped in the middle of central London. Again, there are no witnesses.
Now Rob’s on the hunt for a serial killer with a fetish — and a talent for staying invisible.
Then the killer makes it personal . . .
AN UNSTOPPABLE CRIME MYSTERY THAT YOU WON’T BE ABLE TO PUT DOWN.
This gripping page-turner is perfect for fans of Helen H. Durrant, Mick Heron, Joy Ellis, Angela Marsons, Rachel McLean, Alex Smith and J.M. Dalgliesh.
MEET THE DETECTIVE
DI ROB MILLER
An ambitious young detective gunning for promotion. He will do anything for his job, but can he also keep his personal life under control? His ten-month-old son has yet to learn how to sleep through the night, but at least he has his dog.
The Murder Investigation Team is based out of leafy Putney, with its overgrown often-flooded riverbanks. One way the river leads into central London, the other out into the countryside. It’s an idyllic setting that masks a criminal underworld.