A Lacey Flint Short Story
A Lacey Flint short story, perfect for fans of Mo Hayder and Val McDermid
'Bolton knows precisely how to ratchet up the tension and tell a cracking story' - GUARDIAN
They say that snow covers everything that is mean and sordid and ugly in the world...but beneath the carpet of white, the ugliness remains.
11 November 2012, London. Long-smouldering feelings come to a head in a burst of shocking violence. A young Muslim man is brutally murdered by a masked gang.
There is just one witness to the horrific crime: DC Lacey Flint. Or at least that's what she thinks...
“A darling of the crime fiction world, S J Bolton's thriller is terse, unflinching and one you might think twice about reading before bed”
“Treading a fine line between horror and thriller ... seriously rich yet relentlessly disturbing”
“Bolton has written a gripping thriller that does not disappoint”
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