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Nothing but trouble

3.87 of 5 stars 3.87  ·  rating details  ·  101 ratings  ·  8 reviews
It was 48 hours before Minnie Bright's crack-addicted mother reported her as missing, and a few hours more before the police entered the house and found her small twisted body hidden under the bed. That was 15 years ago, and now journalist Jess Vaughan and detective Harry Lind are asking questions about what really happened that day.
Hardcover, 480 pages
Published April 2012 by Sphere
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I won this book in a Twitter contest held by the UK's The Crime Vault for for "What would you name your series character?" I came up with Inspector Everlast Forlorn. And I won ten books! I read the descriptions of all the books and chose to read Roberta Kray's first.

I'm not familiar with Kray. I didn't know if this book was the start of a series or mid-series or what. But it didn't matter. She weaves in memories of previous cases so effortlessly that a new reader would learn some of the backstor
Lizzie Hayes
‘Nothing but Trouble’ by Roberta Kray
Published by Sphere, 17 May 2012. ISBN: 978-1-84744-442-4

Harry Lind and his partner Mac, both ex-cops have relocated their PI business from the West End to Kellston in the East End of London, where rents are cheaper. Before the offices are officially open for business Harry gets a visit from investigative journalist Jess Vaughan – someone he hasn’t seen for a number of years. Jess tells him that her friend Sam was one of the five girls involved in the inciden
I came across this whilst on holiday. I grabbed it from a second-hand book shop as I'd run out of reading material. I'm so glad I did! Although it took a while for the story to get going, once the pace had picked up it was impossible to put down. It was obvious that the author had personal experiences with which she could draw upon and this gave the story more credence too.
readable but very amateur
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Thoroughly enjoyed this
At first I thought that this would be yet another all 'blood and guts' read, however I was pleasantly surprised. A little slow to get going...but then when it did, it was excellent. I just had to keep reading as I really wanted to get to the bottom of the puzzle and it kept me intrigued throughout.
a gang of girls bully a younger girl intop going into the house of a known pervert, to steal money, when she doesnt come out they all flea, 2 days later she turns up in the house under the bed dead
started off slow but finished well
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