Many thanks to Rachel’s Random Resources and the publisher for the opportunity to be part of this blog tour. This mystery title is definitely worth a look!
Death on Cromer Beach-about the book
A brutal double murder on a Norfolk beach horrifies the town of Cromer. The way the victims died is chilling and so Norfolk’s Major Investigation Team task DS Ashley Knight to manage the case.
It soon becomes clear that the murders were carefully planned and the finger of suspicion points to an organised crime gang, but as the evidence mounts, a far more sinister theory emerges.
Ashley has been allocated a young but opinionated partner in Hector Fade, and sparks soon fly. Annoyingly for Ashley, Hector is no pushover and looks destined for great things. When the pair delve into the case, they struggle to understand who would inflict such suffering on their victims and hope the crime is a one off from a deranged and dangerous individual. But then another body is found.
There’s a killer on the loose who wants them to believe that the beach has a memory. They must be caught, or others will meet their end by the sea.
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Author Bio –
Ross Greenwood is the author of crime thrillers. Before becoming a full-time writer he was most recently a prison officer and so worked everyday with murderers, rapists and thieves for four years. He lives in Peterborough.
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Ross Greenwood is off to a good start with this first title in his new series. A double murder, an evocative setting, investigators with whom I wanted to spend time and an involving story. Perfect.
Readers are drawn in from the opening pages when they meet Dora on the seafront. The case is messy. Why more than one victim? What is/is there a link to the past? Readers will be turning the pages as they try to figure this out.
This title offers what readers of the genre are looking for. The case is tricky and the pages turn.
Many thanks to Rachel, the publisher and NetGalley!
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From the Publisher
Dear Readers, thanks for checking out my books.
I write two different types of novels. The first is a detective series set in Peterborough starring DI Barton which starts with The Snow Killer.
I don’t write cliches, so Barton is no unprofessional alcoholic. He is a family man, struggling with balancing his home life against the horrors of the job as he hunts down various killers. There is a strong team with characters you’ll grow to love. There are also some dark scenes that will have your heart in your mouth and a fast pace to keep you interested.
The other novels I write are influenced by my time working as a prison officer. HMP Peterborough is the only prison in the UK which holds men and women, obviously in separate jails, but it meant I got to work in both environments. The differences were surprising, as was what these fearful places were really like. It was a tough job, with a steep learning curve.
Please feel free to get in touch. I love to hear your thoughts and read your reviews.