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NEVER FORGET BY LISA CUTTS

June 7, 2013


NEVER FORGET BY LISA CUTTS

 

GRIPPING CRIME NOVEL FROM POLICE INSIDER NEW AUTHOR LISA CUTTS.

A brutal serial killer is stalking the streets. As the body count increases and the force’s biggest ever manhunt gets underway, Nina is determined to find the murderer. But when the story of her own traumatic  childhood comes to light a past she’s worked hard to hide her role on the team is threatened. Suddenly her job, her peace of mind and safety are all in danger.

MY REVIEW

Amanda Bell who worked as a prostitute  she was  born on the 19th July 1978 and was found at a site of an old hospital that recently burnt down. Miss Bell’s body was found fairly well hidden behind some bushes, she was found at 7.45am by Harry Powell walking his dog.  Amanda did not have any recent boyfriend or a partner on the scene, but she did have a son Kyle  of eight years of age who lived with dad, James Hamilton.

DC Nina Foster and John Wing find their second body Jason Holland naked with multiple stabs wounds that were made by a similar weapon used on Amanda Bell. Jason Holland was reported missing by his wife  Annette Canning.

The hunt is on for who is doing these killing’s.

Never Forget is fast paced with shocking twists. Readers are pulled into the drama of the major incident room with gutsy crime scenes.

I enjoyed this novel so much that I would like to wish Lisa Cutts all the very best of success with her new first novel Never Forget.

Author Lisa Cutts obtained her first degree in Law before becoming a police officer in 1996. She later achieved a second degree in applied Criminal  Investigation .[  like I do] Lisa lives in Kent with her husband a retired police officer. She now balances working full-time for Kent police with writing crime fiction.

I can’t wait for Lisa Cutts to write her next novel.

IF you liked reading  Elizabeth Haynes novels who is also from Kent, then your love reading Lisa Cutts novel.

Paper back 357

published 11th July 2013

ISBN 978-1-908434-26-5

Published by Myriad

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