Deadly Alibi by Leigh Russell. Published by Oldcastle

D.I. Geraldine Steel is up to her neck in trouble, both personally and professionally. The detective has two dead bodies and a suspect with a shaky alibi. The case is so precarious and so frightening that Geraldine’s career, not to mention her life, is in danger. Add to the mix a twin that Geraldine never knew she had, a woman with so many sordid problems of her own that she’s apt to drag Geraldine down into the mire with her and the detective finds herself looking a long way up just to see the bottom. I really enjoy this series, Russell has created a complex, but relatable character in Steel and she always manages to throw in a few curves I never saw coming


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