For the love of murder: A miscarriage of justice by Alan Bruce
For the love of murder: A miscarriage of justice follows the gripping story of London detective inspector Tom Richards. Tom's story begins after a long and challenging case in which a man was found guilty of double murder and sentenced to hang. Ten years later, detective Tom Richards must defend his reputation when two girls found dead in suspicious circumstances in the city of Edinburgh have similarities to his old case. Had Tom got his case wrong and an innocent man hanged? How will Tom now explain this to his wife and daughter? With all this going on, his home life begins to crumble and turn for the worst, with the added pressure of an old flame stepping back into his life. Will Tom make the right decisions? This book is the first in a series by author Alan C Bruce. The book introduces us to a new British detective who would, under normal circumstances, pride himself on humanity and moral uprightness. Set in 1955 London and Edinburgh, a true British detective undergoes his greatest trial. If you love a great murder mystery, this book will keep your attention and the pages turning—suspense, suspicion, love. This book has it all. Reviews: I couldn't put this down, could picture each character, really looking forward to the follow up case. Kindle verified Loved the plot, kept you guessing right to the end The characters were believable, the historic accuracy was spot on. Right from the beginning you're drawn to the main character. If you like a murder mystery, then you can't go wrong.- Samantha The second book in the series coming soon is entitled. For the love of murder: The girl in the woods.
Book Length: Novel - 150-320 Pages