The Body in the Marsh
By Nick Louth
ebook | Release Date: 25 th September 2017
Special launch price of £1.99
An incredible twist to leave you breathless…
When a woman goes missing, it gets personal for DCI Craig Gillard. But he could never imagine what happens next.
Criminologist Martin Knight lives a gilded life and is a thorn in the side of the police. But then his wife Liz goes missing. There is no good explanation and no sign of Martin… To make things worse, Liz is the ex-girlfriend of DCI Craig Gillard who is drawn into the investigation. Is it just a missing person or something worse? And what relevance do the events around the shocking Girl F case, so taken up by Knight, have to do with the present?
The truth is darker than you could ever have imagined.
Utterly gripping and full of twists, this is a compulsive thriller from master Nick Louth for fans of Robert Bryndza, Patricia Gubney and Carole Wyer.
About the Author
Nick Louth is a best-selling thriller writer, award-winning financial journalist and an investment commentator. Best-selling author of Bite which was self-published in 2007 and went on to become the UK No.1 Kindle best-seller for several weeks in 2014. Freelance since 1998, he has been a regular contributor to the Financial Times, Investors Chronicle and Money Observer, and has published eight other books. Nick Louth is married and lives in Lincolnshire.
BODY IN THE MARSH REVIEW
Martin becomes the prime suspect when his wife Liz a history teacher goes missing. Some people would be happy that the ex has vanished from their lives but for D.C.I Craig Dillard Liz was the love of his life. He will move heaven and earth trying to find her.
Nick has created a superb crime novel with so many twists and turns. It is atmospheric and you meet the main characters straight away. Some may think it is strange that someone still has feelings for an ex girlfriend but your first real love's are hard to forget.
All the evidence points to the husband having done away with his wife for some nefarious reason of his own. How much do the missing woman and the child f case have to do with each other coincidence or is there more to it?
If you are looking for a crime thriller with twists and turns and is in my opinion as good as Ian Rankin's Rebus you have to try Body in the Marsh.