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Set in Cambridgeshire, Missing, Presumed combines 'the very best literary writing with the pace and tension of the finest crime novels, it introduces a standout character in DS Manon Bradshaw.' (Bookseller announcement, Oct 2014)

Missing, Presumed will be published by Random House in the US. It has been optioned by Clerkenwell Films in the UK.

 

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Missing, Presumed
coming February 25, 2016


 

"Missing, Presumed hits the sweet spot between literary and crime fiction. The plot is gripping, with a twist that knocked me sideways.'

- ERIN KELLY

 

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A young woman vanishes. A smear of blood in the kitchen of the house she shares with her boyfriend suggests a struggle.

As soom as Detective Sergeant Manon Bradshaw sees the photograph of missing Edith Hind - a beautiful Cambridge post-grad from a well-connected family - she knows the case will be big. And she's right: pressure soon mounts from the media and from on high.

Can Manon see clearly enough to solve the mystery of Edith's disappearance? Can she withstand intimidation from Sir Ian Hind, Edith's father, who has friends in high places? And when a body is found, will it mean the end or just the beginning?