Dorothy Shackleton walks into Barber Street station and announces that her husband is dead, murdered. The desk Sergeant on duty, Sheridan, naturally asks for evidence. The only proof she offers is that she ‘felt him die’—there is no motive, no weapon or body, no actual evidence. What followed is a complex and multifaceted case stretching from the UK to the USA and back, exposing not one murder but multiple deaths with links to the drug cartels.
A powerful thriller that would keep you glued from the first page to the last. I am keen to read more books by the author.