When She Was Bad

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You see the peo­ple you work with ev­ery day. But what can’t you see? Amira, Sarah, Paula, Ewan and Char­lie have worked to­gether for years – they know how each one likes their cof­fee, whose love life is a mess, whose chil­dren keep them up at night. But their com­fort­able rou­tine is shat­tered when an ag­gres­sive new boss walks in...

Now, there’s a chill in the air. In Tammy Co­hen’s thrilling novel who se­cretly hates ev­ery­one? Who is tor­tured by their past? And who is ca­pa­ble of mur­der?

Plus you can also claim the grip­ping new re­lease by Lynda La Plante for just £ 9.

Be­fore Prime Sus­pect, there was Ten­ni­son. Dur­ing 1974 and 1975 the IRA sub­jected London to a ter­ri­fy­ing bomb­ing cam­paign. In one day alone, they planted seven bombs at lo­ca­tions across cen­tral London. Some were de­fused – oth­ers were not.

Jane Ten­ni­son is now a fully-fledged de­tec­tive. On the way to court one morn­ing, Jane passes through Covent Garden Un­der­ground sta­tion and is caught up in a bomb blast that leaves sev­eral peo­ple dead and many hor­ri­bly in­jured.

Jane is a key wit­ness but is adamant that she can­not iden­tify the bomber. When a pho­to­graph ap­pears in the news­pa­pers, show­ing Jane as­sist­ing the in­jured at the scene, it puts her and her fam­ily at risk from IRA re­tal­i­a­tion.

Good Fri­day is the ea­gerly awaited date of the an­nual for­mal CID din­ner. Hun­dreds of de­tec­tives and their wives will be there. It’s the per­fect tar­get. Will an­other bomb de­stroy London’s en­tire de­tec­tive force? Take a copy of When She Was Bad and the ap­pro­pri­ate coupon to the till point of any WHSmith high street store to claim your copy for £1. Take a copy of Good Fri­day and the ap­pro­pri­ate coupon to the till point of any WHSmith high street store to claim your copy for £ 9. See coupon for full terms and con­di­tions.

IN­VEN­TIVE: Michael Hugo steals the show as Passep­a­rtout with Kirsten Foster and An­drew Pol­lard in a Jules Verne clas­sic

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