Check out the book, Cold Case, by M.A. Comley, as featured on the By The Letter Book Reviews blog
DI Sally Parker has been handed a ten-year-old cold case. However, the victim, Aisha Thomas, isn’t just a member of the public–she’s a serving police officer’s wife.
During the original investigation, the suspects disappeared before they could be questioned. Now fresh evidence has been uncovered, proving the two suspects to be innocent. Sally has to start over at the beginning. She uncovers a few surprises that were either overlooked. . . or purposefully ignored by the original investigator.
When the case threatens Sally’s fledgling romantic relationship with pathologist Simon Bracknall, she begins to suspect someone is determined to hinder her chance at happiness–as well as solving Aisha’s murder.
Is Sally getting close to revealing the killer or has she stumbled across something even more sinister?
Even though there is a bit of Sally’s past that plays a part in this novel, I think the author gives the reader…
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