Reblog: Cut to the Bone by Alex Caan – Reviewed by The Quiet Knitter

The Quiet Knitter

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Author: Alex Caan

Published: 3 November 2016
Reviewed: 4 November 2016

5 out of 5 stars
Copy supplied by Bonnier Publishing in return for an honest review

Description:

One Missing Girl. Two Million Suspects.

Ruby is a vlogger, a rising star of YouTube and a heroine to millions of teenage girls.

And she’s missing . . .

But she’s an adult – the police aren’t too worried.

Until the video’s uploaded . . .

Ruby, in the dirt, pleading for her life.

Enter Detective Inspector Kate Riley; the Met’s rising star and the head of a new team of investigators with the best resources money can buy. Among them, Detective Sergeant Zain Harris, the poster boy for multiracial policing. But can Kate wholly trust him – and more importantly, can she trust herself around him?

As hysteria builds amongst the press and Ruby’s millions of fans, Kate and her team…

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