Size: 5x8 in
Detective Jack Knox is faced with a troubling case when a woman’s body is found on a beach east of Edinburgh
Police have to match her to missing persons, because her personal effects have been swept out to sea.
When she is finally identified, the victim’s last known movements are investigated.
She was courted by a man who proves elusive, having evaded surveillance cameras. He has covered his tracks well. Was this her killer?
On top of the pressures of the investigation, Jack Knox must deal with a gremlin in the well-oiled investigative machine: an officer from another force seems set on undermining his authority and upsetting his team.
Can DI Knox overcome the challenges and collar the killer before he strikes again?
MURDER AT FLOOD TIDE is the second DI Jack Knox murder mystery set in and around Edinburgh.
The full list of titles in the series is as follows:
- THE INNOCENT AND THE DEAD
- MURDER AT FLOOD TIDE
- DEAD OF NIGHT
- NOUGHTS AND CROSSES
A cleverly thought out who done it storyline that had me absorbing everything that was happening on the pages of this book. Even though there are a fair number of characters to remember, which I think is essential to the plot, just like in real life it made me concentrate a little more.
On the whole I really enjoyed it so promptly bought book 3
after I finish this one. I'm now a fan and follower of DI Jack Knox and his team. A good cast of characters with differing personalities including the one who has you grinding your teeth.
My only small gripe with the writing, was the use of to many Uh-huh and Mm-humm etc, which I thought was totally unnecessary as you got it, without it being written down. But that's just my personal opinion of course.
All in all a gripping read I found realistic with good solid believable characters!