They say there is nothing new under the sun… I have to say that in a lifetime of reading crime fiction I have never come across anyone quite like Fiona Griffiths… Read this book. Enjoy every syllable. Hold your breath, and tick off the weeks until the next one. — CRIME FICTION LOVER
Love Story in 100 words:
It’s end-of-shift. Fiona and a uniformed colleague get called on their way home – illegal rubbish in Cyncoed; how hard can that be? But when they arrive, they find, in the stinky bottom of a dead woman’s freezer, a woman’s leg, complete with high-heeled shoe. The victim is Mary Langton, a pole-dancer who vanished some five years earlier … but then new body-parts start appearing, and these are dark-skinned, and male, and totally fresh.
Fiona’s investigation takes her to some dark places – and some very cold ones – and as she seeks final justice, she realises she’s lucky to be still alive.