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Title: Knight & Culverhouse Box Set
Author: Adam Croft
Format: Kindle Edition
More than 250,000 books sold across the series This exclusive, limited edition box set includes the first three books in the bestselling Knight Culverhouse crime thriller series plus exclusive free short stories Too Close for Comfort Gritty Fast paced Compelling As the newest murder squad recruit for Mildenheath CID, DS Wendy Knight knows that she will face the More than 250,000 books sold across the seriesThis exclusive, limited edition box set includes the first three books in the bestselling Knight Culverhouse crime thriller series plus exclusive free short stories Too Close for ComfortGritty Fast paced Compelling As the newest murder squad recruit for Mildenheath CID, DS Wendy Knight knows that she will face the unthinkable, but what she does not anticipate is that a sadistic killer may be too close for comfort When a known prostitute is found dead, Wendy is assigned to the case Solving it means that she will have to outwit and outsmart an elusive serial killer As her investigation unfolds, so too does a sinister plot that will turn her world upside down and make it increasingly difficult to distinguish friend from foe in her tightknit world Could the murderer be hiding in plain sight Will the answers she seeks be than she can bear Guilty as SinA missing teenager A murdered businessman A huge, earth shattering secret When seventeen year old Danielle Levy goes missing one lunchtime, DS Wendy Knight and DCI Jack Culverhouse believe they have a routine case on their hands When a prominent local businessman is found dead in his warehouse, however, the case takes a whole new disturbing turn as Knight and Culverhouse begin to unravel the connections between the two cases which lead to a dark and disturbing secret that will make them question everything they thought they knew Jack Be NimbleThey know when he will kill again but not who he will kill A killer is loose on the streets of Mildenheath, and his barbaric crimes seem a little too familiarAs the body count begins to rise, DS Wendy Knight and DCI Jack Culverhouse start to realise that the killer is emulating the gruesome, grisly murders of the world s most famous and elusive serial killer Jack the Ripper.With Culverhouse struggling to come to terms with his ex wife s dramatic return after she disappeared eight and a half years earlier and Knight trying to cope with the trauma she s suffered following devastating events of two previous cases, the race is on to stop the killer before he completes his final kill and retreats back into the darkness.They know he s going to kill again, but they don t know where or who his next victim will be And what s worse, they don t know who he is either What readers are saying about the Knight Culverhouse series Adam Croft has to be one of the best authors in crime I couldn t put this down, especially towards the end I have to admit, I m hooked on Knight Culverhouse brilliantly written Lucy Hayward Extremely well written a great, page turning whodunit Jessica Grace Coleman Once the story starts to unfold, you really won t want to put it down until the climax Gary Alce Once again, Adam manages to captivate the reader within moments of opening the book Highly recommended.