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The insider / Mari Hannah.

By: Hannah, Mari [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Hannah, Mari, Stone and Oliver: book 2.Publisher: London : Orion, 2018Copyright date: ©2018Description: 407 pages ; 20 cm.ISBN: 9781409174073.Subject(s): Serial murder investigation -- Fiction | Police -- Fiction | Northumberland (England) -- FictionGenre/Form: Detective and mystery stories.DDC classification: 823.92 Summary: After their success in their last investigation, DCI David Stone has been promoted and moved to the Murder Investigation Team, taking DS Frankie Oliver with him. But there's a catch: the case they are given is the latest in a series of undetected murders. It's a baptism of fire for MIT's newest recruits. In the incident room, the murder wall makes grim reading: three women have been killed within the past year and nothing links the crimes: no day of the week, geographical area, similarity between victims and, most importantly, no forensic evidence. Joanna Cosgrove is the latest victim, her body discovered fully clothed close to a railway line on the south side of the river in the Tyne Valley. The MO is the same as the other three, but the words 'serial killer' are not welcome in Northumbria force. And the manner in which she was killed is too close to home for Frankie...
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

<p> 'If you read only one police procedural this year, make it The Insider.' Daily Mail </p> <p> ************* </p> <p> The thrilling second novel in the acclaimed Stone and Oliver series by award-winning author, Mari Hannah. </p> <p> 'Nobody understands the many faces of cops better than Mari Hannah.' Val McDermid </p> <p> 'Mari Hannah writes with a sharp eye and a dark heart.' Peter James </p> <p> 'It was the news they had all been dreading, confirmation of a fourth victim.' </p> <p>When the body of a young woman is found by a Northumberland railway line, it's a baptism of fire for the Murder Investigation Team's newest detective duo: DCI David Stone and DS Frankie Oliver.</p> <p>The case is tough by anyone's standards, but Stone is convinced that there's a leak in his team - someone is giving the killer a head start on the investigation. Until he finds out who, Stone can only trust his partner.</p> <p>But Frankie is struggling with her own past. And she isn't the only one being driven by a personal vendetta. The killer is targeting these women for a reason. And his next target is close to home...</p> <p> 'Brand new series, same top-notch writing.' Eva Dolan </p>

Includes an excerpt from "The scandal".

After their success in their last investigation, DCI David Stone has been promoted and moved to the Murder Investigation Team, taking DS Frankie Oliver with him. But there's a catch: the case they are given is the latest in a series of undetected murders. It's a baptism of fire for MIT's newest recruits. In the incident room, the murder wall makes grim reading: three women have been killed within the past year and nothing links the crimes: no day of the week, geographical area, similarity between victims and, most importantly, no forensic evidence. Joanna Cosgrove is the latest victim, her body discovered fully clothed close to a railway line on the south side of the river in the Tyne Valley. The MO is the same as the other three, but the words 'serial killer' are not welcome in Northumbria force. And the manner in which she was killed is too close to home for Frankie...

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