- Title: Confession
- Author: Nicholas Rhea
- ISBN: null
- Page: 312
- Format: Kindle Edition
Detective Superintendent Mark Pemberton is the first on the scene as he witnesses a fatal car accident In the victim s last living moments he makes a confession that sets Pemberton s senses on full alert James Browning admits murdering a woman and despairs of his action with the words she did not deserve it When a prostitute s corpse is discovered in the woods in PentDetective Superintendent Mark Pemberton is the first on the scene as he witnesses a fatal car accident In the victim s last living moments he makes a confession that sets Pemberton s senses on full alert James Browning admits murdering a woman and despairs of his action with the words she did not deserve it When a prostitute s corpse is discovered in the woods in Penthorne a few days later it seems impossible not to connect the two incidents As Pemberton realises the body is mysteriously missing its shoes he remembers the chain of abusive murders performed by a killer nicknamed the Sandal Strangler Could he have accidentally stumbled upon the path of this mass murderer Confession is a gripping murder mystery from a master of the genre For the last 30 years, Nicholas Rhea has been writing books, drawing on his experiences in the police force, his never ending enthusiasm for Yorkshire and his continuing interest in crime fact and fiction His best known work, the Constable stories, provided the inspiration for the hugely popular Heartbeat TV series, and he remained involved with the series as a consultant until filming ended in 2009 Endeavour Press is the UK s leading independent digital publisher For information on our titles please sign up to our newsletter at endeavourpress Each week you will receive updates on free and discounted ebooks Follow us on Twitter EndeavourPress and on Facebook via on.fb 1HweQV7 We are always interested in hearing from our readers Endeavour Press believes that the future is now.
Recent Comments "Confession"
I thought this was a strange procedural because Detective Superintendent Pemberton who witnessed the crash and DC Lorraine Cashmore, who is on his team and also witnessed the crash, are lovers. I cannot believe any police force would okay that no matter how discreet. Pemberton also has more regular hours than most police officers, but then he is a superintendent which in itself is unusual for an investigating officer. The whole case seemed contrived, especially the "confession" in front of the p [...]
I Really enjoyed this book, its a good read, its one of those books that keep you on the edge of your seat, its a gripping murder mystery from the brilliant pen of Nicholas Rhea, you can tell he was in the police force from the very believable books he writes, I couldn't put this down.
Was a good mystery, liked the way we were given the clues and how we could draw a conclusion, right or wrong. Well done.
Decent plot , but not one of my favorite books. It was a little blah at times and didn't have the wow factor I had hoped for.
Detective Superintendent Mark Pemberton witnesses a car crash and the following confession of murder.His investigation leads to the Sandal Strangler case. But who is guilty
Good storyI liked the story itself, plot was great. Unfortunately, the characters never felt real to me. I also found the pace very slow.
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