How do you get away with murder? You lead the world to believe that it has already been solved. Erica Nolan has lived a perfectly normal life. That is, until the day that she discovers that she is not Erica Nolan after all. That she is someone entirely different. But who? She struggles to unpick the lies that surround her until finally she is left with a crime - one that was solved decades ago. A family dead in a river, all that was left of the baby girl a carseat and a single shoe. Could she possibly be that baby? The thing about closed cases - no one is investigating them.
When three bodies are found in close succession in a tight-knit Cumbrian community, everyone knows the victims. This was 15 years ago. Since then, there have been more deaths but no further clues. Emilia Hellier has grown up in the shadow of a serial killer, watching her father's hunt for the killer twist and change her family. Now she belongs to the same CID department. Now it's her turn to figure out who has cast such a shadow over their lives.
A gunman is at large, stalking the halls of a local hospital. No one knows who he is or why he is there, and the best men in the force have been tasked to stop him. Among them is Aden, determined to do the right thing. For hospital psychologist Imogen, weighed down by troubles of her own, the presence of the gunman seems to have little to do with her, but she couldn’t be more wrong....
One moment Selena Cole is on the playground with her children, and the next she has vanished without a trace. A woman returns 20 hours later. Selena is found safe and well, but with no memory of where she has been. What took place in those missing hours, and are they linked to the discovery of a nearby murder?
A plane falls out of the sky. A woman is murdered. Four people all have something to hide. Jim is a retired police officer. His beloved daughter has disappeared and he knows something is wrong. Tom has woken up to discover that his wife was on the plane and he must break the news to their son. Freya is struggling to cope with the loss of her father. But as she delves into his past, she may not like what she finds.
How do you solve a puzzle when there are no pieces? When an attractive, well-dressed woman is found dying on a Chelsea street, it seems clear to DS Thea Walsh that this murder will be one that is wrapped up quickly. The policing murder manual describes the golden hour, that window in time in which the most critical information can be gathered and they have the best start. The witness who found her reacted quickly and respected the crime scene. And then there is the victim herself. She is wearing a wedding ring and has recently had a child, so someone will be looking for her. She is, to all intents and purposes, the perfect victim. Until she isn't.