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May 10, 2015



 A Missing Irish Girl

On Friday the 20th March Caitlin Kinnear a Catholic girl left the Flowerpot pub and walked home up Kedleston Road through the heavy snow, as she walked she texted a message to her best friend to saying I’m done. Heading off. Coming. But through her walk home she heard an angry mocking voice calling her  nick name Kit-ty.  Caitlin was a student who simply disappeared without trace. Five other girls from the west Midlands disappeared without trace. Was this a sign of a pattern? or isolated incidents?  We are rooting that Caitlin is not in any danger or that anything terrible has happened to her. We are put on the very edge of our seat in hope that DI Brooke will find Caitlin as time as is running out to find her, he needs to find her before it is too late. I highly recommend A Killing Moon. This is a very fast well-paced thriller from an author who is clearly going places.



For the young woman kidnapped on her way home from the pub, the nightmare is about to begin…

Weeks after Caitlin Kinnear goes missing, the police are still unable to pick up her trail. Worse, they are not even certain she has come to harm. But determined to pursue all leads, DI Damen Brook and his team begin to trawl through the murky world of cheap migrant labour. Convinced that the answers lie hidden within its depths, Brook soon begins to realise Caitlin is in terrible danger and the race is on to save her.
and when the body of another young girl turns up it becomes clear that Caitlin’s abduction might not be an isolated incident.
With time running out, can Brook put the pieces together and find Caitlin before it’s too late?




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