A BODY IS FOUND ON THE BANKS OF THE THAMES.
MAUREEN O'DONNELL NOW HAS TWELVE HOURS TO CATCH A KILLER...
The last time Maureen O'Donnell saw Ann Harris, she was staying in the Glasgow Women's Shelter, drunk and with two broken ribs. A month later, Ann's mutilated body is washed up on the banks of the Thames.
No one seems to care what happened to her, and Maureen is the only person who thinks Ann's husband is innocent. With her personal life in turmoil, she runs away to London and starts to piece together Ann's final days. But time is not on her side. Maureen needs twelve hours to put things right, and she doesn't care what it costs...
'Confirms Mina's place in the premier division...Atmospheric [and] intense' Guardian
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Confirms Mina's place in the premier division... Atmospheric [and] intense
Lisa Jewell, Abir Mukherjee, Sarah Pearse and more on the crime books that shaped them, and the genre itself, just in time for Christmas.
There's a distinctly Scottish flavour to this month's podcast as we discuss the idea of home with Annalena McAfee, the concept of borders with Rory Stewart and walk the streets of Glasgow on the trail of a serial killer with Denise Mina