Here’s a new week, and with it, a busy time on the blog (yay!), starting with this review of London Noir by the lovely Ann Girdharry! I’d like to thank the author for allowing me to follow the series by providing me with a copy of the second installment.
Title: London Noir (Book 2 in the series)
Author: Ann Girdharry
Genre: thriller, crime
Date of publication: October 17th 2017
Number of pages: 312
After a near-fatal road accident, Kal helps a young girl in trouble.
The girl’s friends are being murdered one by one. Why? And by whom?
Kal must kick start herself out of her downward spiral and save the young stranger. But Kal is in the grip of the Cartel, and is someone stalking the girl, or is the girl stalking someone?
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Today is my stop on the blog tour for Good Girl, Bad Girl by Ann Girdharry, and I am thrilled to present you a little introduction of the main character of the story along with my review.
About This Book
Mother missing, the discovery of a powerful and corrupt syndicate and dark secrets about her father revealed leaves 28-year old Kal determined to pursue her own investigations, no matter what sinister truths she uncovers, in this intense psychological thriller.
Kal is convinced her investigative journalist mother must have been working on a controversial, and top level, news story, it is the only explanation for her sudden and suspicious disappearance. Although mistrustful of the police, Kal allows Detective Inspector Spinks, the officer assigned to her mother’s case, to accompany her when she visits her grandmother to break the news. What they don’t expect is to uncover a file of shocking research cataloguing the deviant activities of seven members of London’s political and business elite. Back on the streets of London, the survival instincts and specialist expertise she learned from her late father, kick into overdrive, as Kal resolves to not only find her mother but continue her work and unveil the conspiracy hidden amongst those in power.
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