DI Jack Brady 4
By Danielle Ramsay
Read by Mike Rogers
The fourth in Danielle Ramsay's DI Jack Brady series, a gritty murder mystery perfect for fans of Peter James and Tania Carver.
A brutal killer is on the loose in this page-turning DI Jack Brady investigation. Fans of Peter James and Tania Carver will love this gripping serial killer thriller.
'A powerful and intelligent thriller from a must-read writer' David Mark on BLIND ALLEY
In the 1970s, a terrifying serial killer stalked the streets of Tynemouth. The press called him the Joker. The crimes stopped - but the man was never caught.
And now he's back.
A body has been found in a sleazy motel room, murdered in exactly the same way as the Joker's first victims.
Is it a copycat? A trick? Or is the Joker at work once more?
It's only DI Jack Brady's first day back - and this will be his most twisted case yet.
As Brady digs into both the old murders and the new, he must confront revenge, betrayal, love and lies...and a truly ruthless killer.
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Danielle Ramsay is a proud Scot living in the North-East of England. Always a storyteller, it was only after initially following an academic career in literature that she found her place in life and began to write creatively full-time after being shortlisted for the CWA Debut Dagger in 2009 and 2010. She is the author of four novels in the Jack Brady series, Broken Silence, Vanishing Point, Blind Alley, Blood Reckoning and The Puppet Maker. The first novel in the Harri Jacobs series, The Last Cut, is out in 2017.
Always on the go, always passionate in what she is doing, Danielle fills her days with horse-riding, running and murder by proxy. In 2017 she became a patron of the charity SomeOne Cares, which counsels survivors of childhood abuse, rape and domestic violence.
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15 Mar 2018
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A tale of damaged, broken people set against a brutal and decaying North East England coast. British crime fiction needs exceptional new voices and Danielle Ramsay is well on her way to being one. — Martyn Waites, author, The Mercy Seat