The cutting place [electronic resource] : Maeve kerrigan, book 9. Jane Casey.Series: Maeve KerriganPublication details: 2020.Description: 1 online resourceContent type:
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- 9780008149109 (electronic bk)
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From multi award-winning and Sunday Times bestselling author Jane Casey comes her most exciting crime thriller yet! Rumours...Everyone's heard the rumours about elite gentlemen's clubs, where the champagne flows freely, the parties are outrageous...and what goes on behind closed doors is darker than you could possibly imagine. Scandals...Paige Hargreaves was a young journalist working on a story about a club for the most privileged men in London. She was on the brink of exposing a shocking scandal. Then she disappeared. Secrets...DS Maeve Kerrigan must immerse herself in the club's world of wealth, luxury and ruthless behaviour to find out what happened. But Maeve is keeping secrets of her own. Will she uncover the truth? Or will time run out for Maeve first? Jane Casey's best book yet – and that's really saying something' Erin Kelly 'A really gripping, timely plot' Elly Griffiths 'Jane Casey is among our very best crime novelists and this is her best book' Liz Nugent 'Her best yet. Heartpounding and SO MOVING!' Marian Keyes 'Complex and gripping' The Times 'Jane Casey is a masterful storyteller' Charlotte Philby 'The best police procedurals I've read' Claire Allan 'A superb crime novel' Sharon Bolton 'Truly the gold standard for police procedurals' Catherine Ryan Howard 'Terrifying, intense and devastatingly astut' Sarah Hilary 'Engrossing crime fiction with heart' Olivia Kiernan 'Tense, dramatic and sharply written' Sinéad Crowley 'A must read' Patricia Gibney 'I ripped through it, unable to stop myself' Sam Baker 'Superb' Will Dean 'I couldn't love Maeve Kerrigan or Josh Derwent more' Cressida McLaughlin 'Pacy plotting' Sunday Times Crime Club 'Chilling and inventive' Woman's Weekly 'Simply stunning' Heat 'A chilling read' Woman
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