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The Soul of Discretion

Susan Hill (Author)

The New Simon Serrailler Case from Susan Hill, the bestselling author of The Woman in Black

SIMON SERRAILLER FACES HIS MOST DANGEROUS CHALLENGE YET

Going undercover, he must leave town immediately, change his identity and sever all contact with friends and family.

And, more importantly, he must inhabit the mind of the worst kind of criminal.

But can he do so without losing everything?

A Question of Identity

Susan Hill (Author)

How do you catch a killer who doesn't exist?

One snowy night in the cathedral city of Lafferton, an old woman is dragged from her bed and strangled with a length of flex.

DCS Simon Serrailler and his team search desperately for clues to her murderer. All they know is that the killer will strike again, and will once more leave the same tell-tale signature.

Then they track down a name: Alan Keyes. But Alan Keyes has no birth certificate, no address, no job, no family, no passport, no dental records. Nothing.

Their killer does not exist.

'As addictive as Rankin' Scotsman

The Betrayal of Trust

Susan Hill (Author)

Heavy rain falls on Lafferton. As the rain water slowly drains away, a shallow grave – and a skeleton – are revealed.


It doesn't take long to identify the remains as those of missing teenager, Harriet Lowther, who was last seen sixteen years ago.

But a cold case isn't a priority: if Detective Inspector Simon Serrailler is to solve the case, he will have to do it alone.

The Vows of Silence

Susan Hill (Author)

A gunman is terrorising young women.

What links these seemingly random murders? Is the marksman with a rifle the same person as the killer with a handgun? Or do the police have two snipers on their hands?

Detective Chief Superintendent Simon Serrailler is in charge of the case, but is struggling to cope with a tragedy at the heart of his family.

The pressure is mounting…

The Pure In Heart

Susan Hill (Author)

A little boy is snatched at the gate of his home while he waits for his lift to school.

An ex-con struggling to go straight finds himself drawn back into a criminal ring.

A young woman hovers between life and death.

Detective Chief Inspector Simon Serrailler is called in to investigate. But with dead-ends mounting up and time running out, has he taken on a case so complex it threatens to defeat him?

'Not all great novelists can write crime crime fiction but when one like Susan Hill does it the result is stunning.' Ruth Rendell

The Risk of Darkness

Susan Hill (Author)

Children are vanishing.

The village of Lafferton is shattered.

There are no witnesses and no leads – just a kidnapper at large.

Then Detective Chief Inspector Simon Serrailler receives a call: a child has been snatched in Yorkshire. Has the abductor struck again? And will they find this child alive?

'Not all great novelists can write crime fiction but when one like Susan Hill does the result is stunning' Ruth Rendell

The Shadows in the Street

Susan Hill (Author)

Two local prostitutes are found brutally strangled.

Serrailler is called back urgently from his sabbatical but by the time he reaches Lafferton another girl has vanished.

Then the wife of the Dean at the Cathedral goes missing – has the killer widened their net or is there more than one murderer at large?

The Various Haunts Of Men

Susan Hill (Author)

PEOPLE ARE GOING MISSING. ONLY ONE THING LINKS THEIR CASES.

THEY ALL DISAPPEAR ON THE HILL.

A woman vanishes in the fog up on the Hill in Lafferton. The police have one lead – a pair of expensive cuff-links found in her flat, with a mysterious note attached to them.

Then a young girl, an old man and even a dog disappear in quick succession in exactly the same place.

Young policewoman Freya Graffham and Chief Inspector Simon Serrailler are given the task of unravelling the mystery. But can they find the Hill killer before he strikes again?

'Not all great novelists can write crime fiction but when one like Susan Hill does the result is stunning' Ruth Rendell

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