The second DS Kate Munro crime novel - character-driven police procedural and psychological drama series for fans of Cara Hunter and Fiona Barton.
The nail-biting, race-to-the-finish second case for DS Kate Munro - perfect for fans of Lisa Jewell, Clare Mackintosh and Cara Hunter.
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LUCY IS MISSING
Her husband Scott claims to have no idea where she is. But his behaviour suggests otherwise, and rumours begin to swirl about the seemingly perfect couple...
A BODY IS FOUND
DS Kate Munro is already investigating another murder, when she learns that it was Lucy who first reported the body of the victim floating in a lake.
AND TIME IS RUNNING OUT
But with Lucy still missing and both investigations leading Kate into dangerous waters, she must quickly piece together the link between the two crimes. Before it's too late...
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PRAISE FOR NOWHERE TO BE FOUND:
'An assured and skilfully written crime thriller that will have you on the edge of your seat or keeping the bedside light on just long enough for one more chapter...' ALISON BELSHAM, author of The Tattoo Thief
'Smart, dark, with a show-stopping finale! A satisfyingly juicy mystery with a great heroine in the down-to-earth DS Kate Munro' EMMA ROWLEY, author of Where The Missing Go
'A compelling thriller with SO many twists I was constantly left guessing about where the story would go and I really enjoyed the romance threaded through' CARYS JONES, author of The List
'Another gripping outing for Kate Munro - so real and relatable. Great writing and plotting that had my heart pounding in the final nail-biting chapters' AMY MCLELLAN, author of Remember Me
'Nowhere To Be Found moves at a lightning pace. The fabulous DS Kate Munro faces a twisty case. Pacy and tight; I couldn't put it down' RACHAEL BLOK, author of Under The Ice
'A book that has it all: creeping tension, fab characters, and layer upon layer of mystery. I loved the growing sense of unease throughout. An absolute-page turner!' ELLE CROFT, author of Like Mother, Like Daughter
Louisa de Lange studied Psychology at the University of Southampton and has lived in and around the city ever since. She works as a freelance copywriter and editor, and when she's not writing, she can be found pounding the streets in running shoes or swimming in muddy lakes.
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