Dead Silent (DC Laura McGanity #4)
Digging for the truth can be fatal…
20 years ago, Britain was rocked by the strange disappearance of Claude Gilbert, after the beaten corpse of his wife was discovered hidden in the garden. Worst of all, scratches found on her makeshift coffin signal that the unthinkable took place - Nancy was buried alive.
Conspiracy theories say hotshot barrister and handsome TV presenter...more
The last book was a little disappointing as they weren't getting on very well but in this one appear to be past that which made me happy.
A guy who supposedly murdered his wife by burying her alive over 20 years previously makes contact with Jack. He wants him to prove his innocence and write his story. It's a great story and full of lots of twists and kept me interes ...more
PC Laura McGanity is back in uniform for this one and much of the action revolves around her reporter boyfriend Jack Garrett. He is contacted about a mystery murder from many years back - a missing barrister presumed to have killed his wife. Now this Lord Lu ...more
this novel starts with 2 policemen digging up the grave of a naked woman with distinctive claw wounds on her nails where she obviously tried to get out
20 years later the chief suspect, her husband claude, makes himself known to jack a freelance reporter who is living with a policewoman and her son, after disappearing
he wants to hand himself in but only after jack releases an exclusive which will explain everything and prove his ...more
Missing murderer wants to tell his story after 25 years on the run.. will this scoop make him rich..?
After doing a deal to find the real murderer of Nancy ( buried alive scratching boards to get free)
Claude Gilbert tells his tale.
This book has you on the edge through out each page....twisting and turning back onto the reporter and his partner ..policewomen Laura.
Excellent Tale..I will read more of Neil White books from now o ...more
The only reason I didn't give 5 stars was that I couldn't see how Laura could survive so long at the end with so little air, considering how long her hubby wanted to chat to everyone and tie up all the loose ends.
I have now read all of the books. Read them in order to get the best out of them. Not wanting to spoil the books for anyone. I will just say I just can't stop reading . All the books have an exiting ending. I would really recommend this series
Neil started writing in 1994, but his first book, Fallen Idols, wasn't published until 2007, when it was nominated for the Books To Talk About Award. Three more books have followed, Lost Souls, Last Rites and Dead Silent, and the fifth book, Cold Kill is due for publicat ...more