I’d just swapped my loser boyfriend for a giant mutt and picked up a dog walking gig on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. Things were looking up until I stumbled onto a dead body. Not only is the guy dead, he’s my client. The police started looking at me like I had something to do with this mess. I’m just a dog walker. But now I’m going to risk everything to bring a killer to justice. Because the world needs saving, and sometimes it takes a girl and her dog to do it.
Murder in Langley Woods
A body is found near a picture-perfect Cotswolds village… but the upstanding local residents couldn’t possibly be involved, could they? Murder is the very last thing on Melissa Craig’s mind when one of her neighbours pops in to complain loudly about a minor local robbery. She’s far too busy thinking about her next book… But when the evening paper lands, there is a shocking headline. A young woman’s body has been found in the nearby woods, and it seems the local robbery may offer a crucial clue. Suddenly the whole village is talking about the murder, but none of Melissa’s neighbours have come forward to say they know who the victim is.
DCI Whitney Walker’s in trouble. She’s threatened with demotion if she screws up another case. So, when a killer starts murdering female students, it’s a chance to redeem herself. Forensic psychologist, Dr Georgina Cavendish, has spent her life inside the university walls, but when one of her students is murdered, she steps out from behind the text books and puts her skills to the test. The two headstrong women join forces to stop the killer. But sparks fly when real world policing meets academic theory, and it’s not a pretty sight.