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Out of the Ashes

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Vicky Newham’s second novel to feature DI Maya Rahman starts with a bang – literally – as one of the new businesses blamed for gentrifying London’s Brick Lane goes up in flames. Two bodies are found inside, closely entwined on a bed. One belongs to the joint owner, the other is a bit of a mystery. As Rahman investigates, she finds herself delving into the mysteries of her past – and fearing for the future of an area she knows intimately in this cracking police procedural which exudes East End authenticity and is destined to have you on the edge of your seat.
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