It’s almost time for the next THRILLING instalment of #TheGirlWho, by the marvellous Marnie Richies – it would be criminal to miss it … (erm, sorry about that).
Marnie’s third book in the Georgina McKenzie series, The Girl Who Walked in the Shadows, will be published on the 31st March 2016 in E-Book (that’s a Thursday, in case you’re interested, not that I’m counting the days or anything) and I’m OVER THE MOON to be able to share this TREMENDOUS, EYE-CATCHING COVER with you:
Wanna to know more? Well, here’s the book summary for you – it sounds like a good ‘un to me! :
Europe is in the grip of an extreme Arctic blast and at the mercy of a killer, who leaves no trace. His weapons of choice are razor-sharp icicles. This is Jack Frost.
Now a fully qualified criminologist, Georgina McKenzie is called upon by the Dutch police to profile this cunning and brutal murderer. Are they looking for a hit man or a frenzied serial-killer? Could there be a link to a cold missing persons’ case that George had worked with Chief Inspector Paul van den Bergen – two abducted toddlers he could never quite give up on?
The hunt for Jack Frost sparks a dangerous, heart-rending journey through the toughest neighbourhoods in Europe, where refugees and Romani gypsies scratch a living on the edge of society. Walking into the dark, violent world of a trans-national trafficking ring, can George outrun death to shed light on two terrible mysteries?
(My pre-order is IN, people. And I. Can’t. Waaaaait!)
Marnie Riches grew up on a rough estate in Manchester. She learned her way out of the ghetto, all the way to Cambridge University, where she gained a Masters degree in German & Dutch. She has been a punk, a trainee rock star, a pretend artist, a property developer and professional fundraiser. Previously a children’s author, now, she writes crime and contemporary women’s fiction.
Marnie Riches is the author of the George McKenzie crime thriller series, published by Maze and Avon at Harper Collins.
In her spare time, Marnie likes to run (more of a long distance shuffle, really) travel, drink and eat all the things (especially if combined with travel) paint portraits, sniff expensive leather shoes (what woman doesn’t?) and renovate old houses. She also adores flowers.
Winner of the Patricia Highsmith award for ‘Most Exotic Location’.
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In the meantime, you can read my 5/5 reviews for the first two #TheGirlWho books by clicking the covers below:
Thanks so much for stopping by, folks!