Kill Me Twice
Rosie Gilmour 7
By Anna Smith
Dangerous secrets threaten to destroy lives from the sink estates of Glasgow to the corridors of Westminster in the seventh case for Rosie Gilmour
A beautiful model's death uncovers an ugly conspiracy stretching all the way to Westminster in Rosie Gilmour's darkest case to date.
When Scots supermodel Bella Mason plunges to her death from the roof of a glitzy Madrid hotel, everyone assumes it was suicide. Except that one person saw exactly what happened to Bella that night, and she definitely didn't jump. But Millie Chambers has no one she can tell - an alcoholic and now sectioned by her bullying politician husband, who would believe her? And that's not all Millie knows. Being close to the heart of Westminster power can lead to discovering some awful secrets...
Back in Glasgow, Rosie's research into Bella's life leads to her brother. Dan is now a homeless heroin addict, but what he reveals about Bella's early life is electrifying: organised sexual abuse in care homes across Glasgow. Bella had tracked him down so that they could tell the world their story. And now she's dead.
As Rosie's drive to expose the truth leads her closer to Millie and the shameful secrets she has kept for so many years, it becomes clear that what she's about to discover could prove fatal: a web of sexual abuse linking powerful figures across the nation, and the rot at the very heart of the British Establishment...
'Provocative, shocking and utterly harrowing . . . grips like a vice' Daily Record
Anna Smith has been a journalist for over twenty years and is a former chief reporter for the Daily Record in Glasgow. She has covered wars across the world as well as major investigations and news stories from Dunblane to Kosovo to 9/11. Anna spends her time between Lanarkshire and Dingle in the west of Ireland, as well as in Spain to escape the British weather.
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25 Aug 2016
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Thrilling and compelling — Kimberley Chambers
Rosie Gilmour is a captivating character who drags the reader along at breakneck speed — Sunday Express
Provocative, shocking and utterly harrowing . . . grips like a vice — Daily Record
Another superb outing for Rosie Gilmour . . . a real nail-biter — Eurocrime
Another thrilling rollercoaster read — Book Addict Shaun