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Buried Angels: Absolutely gripping crime fiction with a jaw-dropping twist

Patricia Gibney

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Crime & mystery

The pulse-pounding new book in the beloved Detective Lottie Parker series by million-copy bestseller Patricia Gibney. When a set of small bones is discovered by the railway tracks, Lottie must bring terrible past wrongs to light . . .

'Lottie Parker is one of the most compelling characters in Irish detective fiction' LIZ NUGENT

'An action-packed, twisty tale of murder' SUNDAY INDEPENDENT

'Addictive . . . There's a reason why she has sold more than one million copies' IRISH INDEPENDENT

Bubbles of cold sweat trickled down Faye's spine. The hole wasn't empty. Before she could turn and run, she caught the two sightless eyes staring up at her. Only then did she scream.

When Faye Baker discovers a fragile child's skull behind the walls of her new home, Detective Lottie Parker is called to investigate. The house has been owned for years by the family of Faye's boyfriend Jeff, so when Jeff starts acting suspiciously, Lottie wonders what he might be hiding . . .

Lottie doesn't have long to dig deeper before a child's bones are found by eleven-year-old Gavin on nearby railway tracks. The bones don't match the small skull behind the walls, but Lottie can't ignore the coincidence. Someone out there must be missing their loved ones and it's up to her to put right a terrible wrong.

Unable to shake a feeling of foreboding, Lottie goes to speak to Faye, and discovers that she hasn't turned up for work. When Faye's body is found stuffed in the back of her car, Lottie needs to find out who wanted her to keep quiet.

As Lottie hunts for Faye's killer, the case takes a darker turn when Gavin goes missing. Faye and Gavin are connected only by the grisly body parts they discovered. But who are these little victims and why has their killer come back? Can Lottie find the answers before another precious life is taken?

This thrilling new novel from bestselling author Patricia Gibney will keep you on the edge of your seat from beginning to end. If you like Jane Casey, Liz Nugent and Alex Gray, you'll love Buried Angels.

What everyone is saying about Buried Angels:

'Well this book has certainly given me back my reading mojo. It is simply brilliant. I devoured this book in a day and honestly couldn't put it down. This is possibly one of my favourite Lottie Parker books' Goodreads Reviewer, FIVE STARS

'Patricia really knows how to spin a tale! Addictive page turner. So many heart stopping moments. This one left me speechless' Goodreads Reviewer, FIVE STARS

'Detective Lottie is at her best . . . twists and turns that had you on edge of your seat it's the best book yet and I'm looking forward for more' Daily Life, FIVE STARS

'Gripping and totally co
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Praise for Buried Angels: Absolutely gripping crime fiction with a jaw-dropping twist

  • An atmospheric page-turner - Irish Examiner on THE MISSING ONES

  • An addictive crime series . . . Her skilfully plotted narrative is driven by the brilliantly complex, utterly relatable Lottie Parker who is the beating heart of all Gibney's novels - Irish Independent

  • Gibney expertly ratchets up the tension, making this exceptionally hard to put down . . . You won't be able to help rooting for our flawed heroine (Read of the Week) - Heat on THE STOLEN GIRLS

  • An action-packed, twisty tale of murder and mayhem so packed with incident, one wonders how Lottie Parker manages to cope at all - Sunday Independent

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Patricia Gibney

Patricia Gibney is the million-copy bestselling author of the DI Lottie Parker series. She always yearned to be a writer but between her full-time work and raising a family she could never find the time or commitment to fulfil that ambition. However, tragedy was to intervene which caused a major shift in her life.

In 2009, after her husband died following a short illness, Patricia had to retire from her job and found that writing helped her cope through her grief. She then started to write seriously. Fascinated by people and their quirky characteristics, she always carries a notebook to scribble down observations and ideas.

Patricia lives in the Irish midlands with her children.

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