The Guilty Ones by Joy Ellis
April 23 @ 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Such a great turn out on Monday! Great to see new faces and have a couple of recommendations. So, let’s do this the democratic way. Linda Mayer suggested The Guilty Ones by Joy Ellis, and Emily and I suggested sometimes I Lie by Alice Feeney.
Let’s read The Guilty Ones first, on April 23rd, and schedule the next meet-up right away, for May 28th. Let me know if this is a conflict for anyone.
The most difficult case of Detective Jackman’s life. Who are the guilty ones and is anyone really innocent?
Jackman’s sister-in-law Sarah disappears to London and throws herself into the river. What drove her to this? She was a woman with a seemingly happy home life and two beloved sons.
DI Jackman and DI Evans dig into Sarah’s life. And Jackman realises he knew almost nothing about his sister-in-law’s past.
Then, they discover a woman in a neighbouring village died in similar circumstances.
What is the connection to a convicted murderer whose family are convinced he is innocent? Who is really pulling the strings?
DI Jackman and DS Evans of the Fenland police face a battle against their most dangerous and deadly adversary. And in a case so close to home can Jackman keep his feelings under control?
Full of twists and turns, this is a crime mystery that will keep you turning the pages until the thrilling ending. Set in the atmospheric Lincolnshire Fens, whose isolated villages hide many dark secrets.