*Blog Tour* The Dog Walker by Lesley Thomson

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KEYNOTE
Stella Darnell is the detective’s daughter. She’s convinced
she’s found a crime scene. But what was the crime, and who
was the victim?

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Kate Atkinson (Brody series); Susan Hill (Serrailler series)
“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.” LITERARY REVIEW
“A wonderfully eerie London setting and a chilling plot… Lesley
Thomson is one of our leading crime writers. ELLY GRIFFITHS
April 6, 2017 DESCRIPTION
A haunted house, a broken family and a body that has never
been found. Stella and Jack must reawaken the secrets of the
past in order to solve the mysteries of the present.
January, 1987. In the depths of winter, only joggers and dog
walkers brave the Thames towpath after dark. Helen Honeysett,
a young newlywed, sets off for an evening run from her riverside
cottage. Only her dog returns.
Twenty-nine years later, her husband has asked Stella Darnell, a
private detective, and her side-kick Jack Harmon, to find out what
happened all those years ago.
But when the five households on that desolate stretch of towpath
refuse to give up their secrets, Stella and Jack find themselves
hunting a killer whose trail has long gone cold…

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Price £20.00
ISBN-13 9781784972257
Category Fiction
BIC Crime (FF)

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AUTHOR BIOGRAPHY
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 sold
over 500,000 copies.

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