A heartstopping crime thriller set in and around London which explores villainy from both sides of the law.
After a degree in law and a stint as a journalist, Susan Wilkins embarked on a career in television drama. She has written numerous scripts for shows ranging from Casualty and Heartbeat to Coronation Street and EastEnders. She created and wrote the London-based detective drama South of the Border of which the BBC made two series. The Informant and The Mourner were her previous two novels.
The Killer is murderously good -- Elly Griffiths
This stylish, clever crime story never lets up . . . blazingly brilliant * Sunday Mirror *
Wilkins' use of pacey prose and short chapters enables the action-packed plot to fizz along and gather page-turning momentum as it hurtles towards its final denouement * The Lady *
A gripping crime thriller * Candis *
A pulse-racing thriller which cleverly explores wealth inequality and the world of organised crime in London, with a smart, sensitive and convincing LGBT heroine at the centre * Diva *
Wilkins ratchets up the tension as the cat-and-mouse, life-and-death game hurtles towards a suitably gripping finale, leaving the door to a new outing ever so slightly but tantalisingly ajar * Lancashire Evening Post *
A magnificent and utterly gripping conclusion to the trilogy. I could hardly tear myself away . . . Susan Wilkins has given us some truly memorable characters. This is a stunning finale to Kaz's journey * Northern Crime Blog *
Wilkins pulls out all the stops to end this story on a high. The entire trilogy is a blistering treat for die hard crime fiction fans * Crimesquad.com *