How far would you go to catch a serial killer?
Dark of Night
Sometimes the only way to mend a broken heart….
Is to catch a serial killer.
Ruari was on his way to confess love to best friend Lorna.
But her killer got there first.
He’s been thrown out of the police, his ex is moving on with her life. He has nothing left. Except a glimpse of Lorna’s killer.And hallucinatory flashbacks from a bad trip in his teenage years that mean he can’t always trust his own eyes.
And the increasing sense that while he’s after the killer, someone is after him...
Alone in the Dark
What if the person you can’t trust is yourself?
Caitlin has no choice but to accept the lift. Her car skidded off a remote Highland road and it’s going nowhere in a hurry. There’s no mobile reception, no visible signs of life, and snow is falling faster by the minute.
When the lorry driver offers to take her to the nearest village, it’s against every instinct every woman alive has drilled into her from birth.
Die from exposure or risk becoming yet another statistic?
But when the lorry driver is found murdered the next morning, secrets from Caitlin’s past come back to haunt her. Only two people know what happened that night, and one of them didn’t live to tell the tale…
Former DCI Cara Boyle, escaping her own problems in the sleepy fishing village, is the only person Caitlin can turn to for help. But as Alec McAvoy’s trial gets underway in Glasgow, can Cara trust her own gut any more?
Don’t miss this thrilling follow up to the bestselling Dark of Night series!
What Readers Are Saying...
I think Glasgow has just found itself a fresh new name in crime fiction! Dark of Night is short and sharp, full of the Glasgow banter and humour laced with a good old-fashioned murder mystery….The characters in the book are authentic “Glesga” characters with that dry wit, irreverent humour and that way of telling a stranger your life story if you stand beside them for longer than 5 minutes, shone throughout the book.
…For all they are about a serial killer, there is a lot of humour in them too and a real sense of warmth towards Glasgow and its people. CS Duffy has created brilliant and very likeable characters in Ruari and Cara who both feel very authentic in their thoughts and actions.
Portobello Book Blog
Set in Glasgow this is pure Scottish gold. The descriptions of the area sound very authentic to the point I think I could do a tour of the City and Campsies just from my knowledge from the book. Then the characters have that natural interaction that just brings them to life with a raw quick-witted humour.
Books from Dusk Till Dawn
The book is fast paced and the readers are hooked since the beginning. This is the story of a man’s obsession to find a serial killer. The story has so many twists and turns that readers won’t be able to catch their breath…
Book Worldliness Book Blog