Unforgotten by A P BATEMAN

  • File Size:?3018 KB
  • Print Length:?384 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN:?B0858VR7JB
  • Publisher:?Rockhopper Publishing (February 24, 2020)
  • Publication Date:?February 24, 2020
  • Sold by:?Amazon.com Services LLC
  • Language:?English

Unforgotten by A P BATEMAN

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A bonus novella is included – scroll down for details!

?Intriguing and cleverly constructed. One of the best thriller writers out there?? Stephen Leather, Sunday Times Bestselling Author
When a disgraced Metropolitan detective is thrown a lifeline with a posting to Cornwall, he expects his life of dangerous undercover work will be replaced by monotony and a backlog of cases more suited to a junior detective. However, after a young girl goes missing and a local man is accused, DI Jackson is thrown into a world of deception, murder and confusion.
How can social outcast Thomas Jago be accused of such terrible crimes and yet always have an alibi?
Jackson is surprised when his teenage daughter turns up, breaking the custody order imposed after his divorce. Time is of the essence with a missing girl to find, but Jackson can?t neglect his own daughter, and finds his world thrown into further chaos when he discovers a former enemy has placed a price on his head, with an assassin who won?t quit.

Bonus novella – The Perfect Murder?
“This is an author on top of his game…” David Oaten, Breakaway Reviewers
“Another riveting read from a master of the action/adventure genre…” The Mid-West Book Review
“Deftly constructed, consistently compelling, unfailingly entertaining storytelling…” The US Bookwatch

The Perfect Murder?
Divorce can be expensive, but when you have made your fortune skirting banking and financial conduct laws it can cost you a great deal more than money. Throw arms deals into the equation, and Michael Cartwright-Anderson cannot afford to have his affairs investigated. Humiliated and with vengeance in mind, he turns his thoughts to murder. But does the perfect murder exist?