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A Dark and Twisted Tide

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adarkandtwistedtide200This seventh outing for Lacey Flint and Mark Joesbury finds the former Met Detective looking for a quieter life as she finds her feet as a member of the Metropolitan Police’s Marine Unit.

Some chance of that after an early morning wild swim in the Thames leads to Lacey finding a woman’s shrouded body. It’s a discovery that looks destined to lead her back into dangerous waters. And meanwhile, a deeply-undercover Joesbury is sailing pretty close to the wind himself. Read the full review here.


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