They will learn the city's secrets. They will learn who plans to kill...
A man has jumped in front of a late night train. Stella Darnell, a cleaner who solves crimes, suspects it's murder. Now she's stirring up the past with questions that no one wants to answer.
Jack Harmon, a driver on the Tube, has a new home at the top of an old water tower, with a perfect bird's eye view of London. If he watches through binoculars, he will learn the city's secrets. He will learn who plans to kill...
THE DETECTIVE'S DAUGHTER SERIES:
The Detective's Daughter.
The Detective's Secret.
The House With No Rooms.
The Dog Walker.
Head of Zeus * Crime Fiction
09 Apr 2015 * 480pp * £4.99 * 9781781857694
'A haunting novel about loss and reconciliation, driven by a simple but clever plot'
The Sunday Times
A clever mystery plot... its excellence is in the characters, all credible and memorable'
A wonderfully eerie London setting and a suitably chilling plot... Lesley Thomson is now firmly established as one of our leading crime writers'
It cracks along at a nifty pace, throwing surprises up along the way, and builds to a pulsating finale... a satisfying plot full of twists and turns that keep you eager to discover more'
The Moustachioed Reader
'With hints of the supernatural and several sneaky red herrings laid in your path to trip you up, this sinister and murderous tale gradually creeps under your skin. Jack and Stella are complex individuals, and as far away from your generic detective as you can possibly get'
The characters are well-defined, and both Stella and Jack would appear to display classic OCD elements, making them excellent candidates for both cleaning and detective work... addictive story line'
Bestselling Crime Thrillers
A very good mystery... Even without the Ripper, these surroundings exude menace, a feeling that will grip you until the very impressive end'
'As this intriguing plot moves from the 1980s to the present day the reader is treated to haunting descriptions of London, a cast of fascinating characters, and an eerie tale of how the past can wait to impact on the present'
Good Book Guide
'Lesley Thomson's accidental detective Stella is back in this creepy thriller'
Lesley Thomson grew up in west London. Her first novel, A Kind of Vanishing, won the People's Book Prize in 2010. Her second novel, The Detective's Daughter, was a #1 bestseller and the resulting series has sold over 750,000 copies. Lesley divides her time between Sussex and Gloucestershire. She lives with her partner and her dog. Visit her website at lesleythomson.co.uk