A haz­ardous hunt for the truth

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - BOOKS & DVD/BLU-RAY -

WHEN it comes to a whiteknuckle ac­tion ride no­body does it bet­ter than UK best­seller Ker­nick.

He spe­cialises in twisty crime rid­dles solved by mav­er­ick cops, so buckle up as a new se­ries brings to­gether tough guy DI Ray Ma­son of the Met’s Homi­cideCom­mand and Tina Boyd who left the Met un­der a cloud and be­came a PI. It be­gins when a cold case in­volv­ing the dis­ap­pear­ance of Brit tourist Kitty Sinn in Thai­land in 1990 sud­denly heats up when her boyfriend at the time Henry Forbes and his lawyer call Ma­son to a meet­ing with a deal on the ta­ble. In re­turn for wit­ness pro­tec­tion Henry will re­veal how Kitty fell foul of preda­tor­sand­was­buried, notin Thai­land but in a shal­low grave inthe­ground­so­fapri­vateschool in Buck­ing­hamshire. When a gang of masked men burst in with guns blaz­ing, only Ma­son sur­vives and he’s plunged into a haz­ardous hunt for the truth that sees him and Tina up against a ma­jor Lon­don crime fam­ily, girls be­ing traf­ficked for a sa­tanic cult, and an ice-cold killer called Mr Bone. Phew, I couldn’t put it down! Re­view by Alex Gor­don. In which best­seller did DI Ma­son ap­pear last year? En­tries to Alex Gor­don, Bone com­pe­ti­tion by Jan­uary 19.

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