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Lee Weeks ist die englische Tochter eines Detektivs und so ist es kein Wunder, dass sie sich erfolgreich zur Autorin von Krimis und Thrillern entwickelt hat. Diese Serie ist der perfekte Tipp für die bevorstehende kalte Jahreszeit.
When two bodies surface in the garden of a rented house in North London, Forensics discover fingerprints which link back to an unsolved crime that no one in the Metropolitan Police wants to remember. More than a decade ago, in an isolated holiday cottage in Sussex, a family was found brutally slaughtered. The prime suspect was Callum Carmichael, the father of the family and a police officer from the Met’s own ranks. But without enough evidence to arrest him, the case was hushed up and the trail left to go cold.
Band 1 der Serie. “It was fast paced and full of twists and turns. The characters were all well rounded and easy to identify with. The plot was tight and believable and the writing was excellent.” (Leser) (125 Rezensionen / 4,3 Sterne), 449 Seiten noch günstig?
On a freezing cold winter’s day, the body of a young woman is pulled from an icy canal in London. To D.I. Dan Carter it looks like a tragic accident rather than the work of a murderer. But D.C. Ebony Willis is not so sure. Why has the woman’s face been painted with garish make-up and wrapped in a plastic bag?
Band 2 der Serie. “Loved this one, a good strong storyline, and strong characters some with troubled past, all combining to make a really good story. Would recommend this one to all readers of murder mysteries.” (Leserin) (143 Rezensionen / 4,5 Sterne), 481 Seiten noch günstig?
The first body is found in a dilapidated warehouse in London’s East End. Then another woman burns to death in her own home. She was alone but all signs point to murder. Two seemingly separate victims, but Detective Inspector Dan Carter and Detective Constable Ebony Willis are convinced they were killed by the same person. And when a third body is found, the detectives start to suspect a serial killer is on the loose. But what connects the victims? And who will the killer go after next?
Band 3 der Serie. “Lee Weeks is a new talent to look out for in the crime fiction field. She produces another thrilling and absorbing read as previous novels show. If you are looking for quality crime fiction, I would recommend Frozen Grave.” (Leser) (124 Rezensionen / 4,0 Sterne), 464 Seiten noch günstig?
Cornwall, 2000. Jenna wakes up after a drug-laced party to the realization that she has been raped. And it looks like it involved her new boyfriend, who has come down from London for the summer. But the case is assigned to a corrupt local police sergeant, who knows he can extort money from the boy’s father, prominent London MP Jeremy Forbes-Wright, in return for his silence.
Band 4 der Serie. “Superb story, yet again. Lee Weeks never fails to keep you on the edge of your seat, and what a finale!” (Leserin) (48 Rezensionen / 4,7 Sterne), 480 Seiten noch günstig?
Eddie Butcher, one of four brothers from a notorious East End family, is tortured and brutally murdered while visiting London from his home in Marbella. DI Dan Carter and DS Ebony Willis monitor his extravagant funeral in case Eddie’s violent brother Terry, under house arrest in Spain, tries to make an appearance. Terry is wanted for robbery, drug trafficking and murder – and the police strongly suspect he is even prepared to kill his own family to maintain his power.
Band 5 der Serie. “Lee Weeks has an excellent eye for what makes a crime thriller and even more so for the kind that will stand out, and this will stand out from the rest.” (Leserin) (32 Rezensionen / 4,3 Sterne), 480 Seiten noch günstig?
When 15-year-old Heather Phillips disappeared in 2000, convicted criminal Jimmy Douglas was tried for her murder. But even though Heather’s blood was discovered in his van, Douglas was acquitted on insufficient evidence. Heather’s body was never found. Now, suddenly, the killings have started again.
Band 6 der Serie. “A good murder mystery with some surprises at the end.” (Leserin) (29 Rezensionen / 4,6 Sterne), 384 Seiten noch günstig?