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  • Published: 7 August 2014
  • ISBN: 9781473525115
  • Imprint: Transworld Digital
  • Format: Audio Download
  • Length: 11 hr 15 min
  • Narrator: Lisa Coleman

A Dark and Twisted Tide

(Lacey Flint: 4): Richard & Judy bestseller Sharon Bolton exposes a darker side to London in this shocking thriller




Take a deep breath...now hold it.
The twisty, chilling new thriller from the Sunday Times bestselling author of Like This, For Ever.

'A gripping storyteller' PETER JAMES

Former detective Lacey Flint quit the force for a safer, quieter life. Or that's what she thought.

Now living alone on her houseboat, she is trying to get over the man she loves, undercover detective Mark Joesbury. But Mark is missing in action and impossible to forget. And danger won't leave Lacey alone.

When she finds a body floating in the river near her home, wrapped in burial cloths, she can't resist asking questions. Who is this woman, and why was she hidden in the fast-flowing depths? And who has been delivering unwanted gifts to Lacey?

Someone is watching Lacey Flint closely. Someone who knows exactly what makes her tick . . .

  • Published: 7 August 2014
  • ISBN: 9781473525115
  • Imprint: Transworld Digital
  • Format: Audio Download
  • Length: 11 hr 15 min
  • Narrator: Lisa Coleman

About the author

Sharon Bolton

Sharon Bolton (previously S. J. Bolton) is the critically acclaimed author of some of the most bone-chilling crime books ever written. She has been shortlisted for the CWA Gold Dagger for Crime Novel of the Year and the Theakstons Old Peculier Crime Novel of the Year. In 2014 she won the CWA Dagger in the Library for her whole body of work.

Sharon lives near Oxford with her husband and young son.

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Praise for A Dark and Twisted Tide

Stiletto sharp writing. Bolton is a gripping storyteller with fine, haunted characters

Peter James

An original and intriguing story

Literary Review

Bolton's latest gripper . . . She seems unable to write a sentence that isn't suffused with menace

Marcel Berlins, The Times

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