Nothing But Trouble
The man’s body was limp, eyes closed, unmistakably dead as the breeze bobbed him gently back and forth. His neck still tied within the noose. The sight was intoxicating: utterly grim, yet so out of the ordinary that it was hard to turn away…
When the body of a violent criminal, recently escaped from prison, is found brutally battered and hanging dead from a bridge, the police are left reeling. What message is the killer trying to send?
Struggling to keep secrets of her own, Detective Jessica Daniel throws herself into uncovering the truth. But when a woman is murdered with a single bullet to the head, the investigation leads Jessica to the centre of a twisted game of lies…
As the body count rises, the case becomes uncomfortably close to home for Jessica. A mysterious figure has been watching her… could she be in more danger than she realises?
A breathtaking and gripping detective thriller that will leave you with your heart in your mouth until the final shocking twist. Perfect for fans of Angela Marsons, Rachel Abbott and Robert Bryndza. Discover Kerry Wilkinson’s Detective Jessica Daniel crime series today.
Read what everyone is saying about the Detective Jessica Daniel series:
‘This book had me gripped from the very beginning and I read it in almost one sitting. Kerry Wilkinson at his very best.’ Goodreads Reviewer, 5 stars
‘Absolutely loved this book! Given the ending, I can’t wait for the next instalment.’ Goodreads Reviewer, 5 stars
‘Tense and gripping reads…this one took me about a day to finish… a winner of a book.’ In Search of the Classic Mystery Novel
‘A thumping good readThe clever and unexpected plot twist at the end is one which, in true British Sherlock Holmes style, could have been deduced by the reader using the clues provided by the author. This is the epitome of a great holiday read. You can relax in the skilful hands of a writer who brings you with him every step of the story.’ Promoting Crime Fiction
‘Another brilliant, pacey novel. A good read from start to finish. Keeps you engaged and entertained.’ Frost Magazine
‘Wilkinson’s story spreads like a pool of blood… his talent becomes ever more obvious’ Daily Mail