I’m so excited about this book. It means so much to me and I’m excited to share the cover with you today.
It was an idea that niggled at my brain for several months and wouldn’t let go until I sat down to write it. A cop who acquires prosopagnosia. Also known as face blindness. An inability to recognise anyone by their face.
I changed the location from the Nottingham setting I use in the DI Hannah Robbins series and moved to London. I changed the characters and you will now meet DI Ray Patrick and his team.
This book is a standalone and I really hope you will love it as much as I do.
So, here it is;
How do you identify a ruthless killer when you can’t even recognise your own face in a mirror?
Returning to work following an accident, Detective Inspector Ray Patrick refuses to disclose he now lives with face blindness – an inability to recognise faces.
As Ray deceives his team he is pulled into a police operation that targets an international trade in human organs. And when he attempts to bring the organisation down, Ray is witness to a savage murder.
But it’s a killer he will never remember.
The pressure mounts as Ray attempts to keep his secret and solve the case alone. With only his ex-wife as a confidant, he feels progressively isolated.
Can he escape with his career and his life intact?
Do let me know what you think…