Could the murders be linked to the secrets that Tara has been keeping from her team… and can she solve the case before another innocent dies? She must be careful. Is their missing artist still a victim… or in fact a clever murderer with a deadly plan? When the body of twenty-year-old Julie Cooper is found — her pockets stuffed full of wilting flowers — in an iron-age hill fort on the edge of the fens, Detective Tara Thorpe and her team are called in to investigate.
The evidence points to an illicit affair gone wrong… but is there more to the story? As always at the Cambridge Constabulary, the case turns personal.
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