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Innocence Dies

Colin Falconer

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Charlie George, Crime & mystery

The second book in Colin Falconer's new series featuring detectives Charlie George and Clare Reeves, following LUCIFER FALLS.

Don't go out alone in the dark . . .

A dead child is discovered in the bushes next to a disused railway line. For DI Charlie George it looks like an open and shut case: Charlie has a prime suspect and all he has to do is prove it. But the more he digs the more he finds, and the line of investigation soon becomes murky as he is drawn deeper into a web of deadly secrets.

And what if he's wrong? Even as their suspect's alibi falls apart, Charlie realises he is not the only one in the frame. There's also the dead girl's father; how was it he knew where to find the body - in the dark? Very soon Charlie finds himself sitting in an interrogation room, staring across the desk at true evil and wondering where it comes from. Is it because of an abused childhood, a brutal home? Or is it born with no reason at all?

Charlie doesn't have the answer. All he knows is that he has to find their killer before another child ends up in the morgue.

Praise for Colin Falconer

'Once you read [a] Colin Falconer [book], you'll want to read everything he's ever written' Crystal Book Reviews

'Falconer's grasp of period and places is almost flawless ... He's my kind of writer' Peter Corris, The Australian

'You are in for a real roller-coaster ride of never ending intrigue' History and Women

'Falconer demonstrates exceptional characterizatione' Bookgeeks

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Colin Falconer

Born in 1953, Colin Falconer is a journalist and has written for many national magazines and newspapers. He has travelled widely in Europe and South East Asia, and is the author of nine previously acclaimed bestselling thrillers.

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