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Perfect Prey by Helen Fields

Hi amigos, today I have the pleasure to take part in Helen Fields’ blog tour for her latest gripping thriller, Perfect Prey. Perfect Prey is the second in the DI Callanach series and was published at the end of July. If you still haven’t read it, do not worry. I’ll leave the amazon links bellow. Today I have an extract for you and watch out for this space for my review (which I hope I’ll post soon). Many thanks to lovely Sabah and the amazing team at Avon UK for the chance to be part of this blog tour.

Perfect Prey by Helen Fields
Series: DI Callanach #2
Published by Avon
Published on Avon
Genres: thriller, crime
Pages: 465
Format: paperback

Your new addiction starts here: get hooked on the #1 bestselling series. Perfect for fans of Karin Slaughter and M.J. Arlidge.

Welcome to Edinburgh. Murder capital of Europe.

In the middle of a rock festival, a charity worker is sliced across the stomach. He dies minutes later. In a crowd of thousands, no one saw his attacker.

The following week, the body of a primary school teacher is found in a dumpster in an Edinburgh alley, strangled with her own woollen scarf.

D.I. Ava Turner and D.I. Luc Callanach have no leads and no motive – until around the city, graffitied on buildings, words appear describing each victim.

It’s only when they realise the words are being written before rather than after the murders, that they understand the killer is announcing his next victim…and the more innocent the better.

About Helen Fields

A former barrister, Helen now writes Scottish set crime. Her next book ‘Perfect Prey’ is due out on 27 July 2017. She lives in Hampshire with her husband, three children and two dogs.

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