Category Archives: S J Bolton

If Snow Hadn’t Fallen by S J Bolton

A snow-covered park in London and DC Lacey Flint, still scarred from the events of Now You See Me, responds to an emergency call. She finds five masked men standing around what appears to be a bonfire, but is in … Continue reading

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Dead Scared by S J Bolton

DC Lacey Flint, still recovering from the events of Now You See Me, is contacted by boss and part-time love interest DI Mark Joesbury with an assignment. Go to St John’s College at Cambridge University, pretending to be a student, … Continue reading

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The Puzzly – The ISOTCMN Book of the Month – January 2013

Ah, the Puzzly. Could it really have been a whole year since it started? Actually no, I did the first two months of last year in hindsight, but it has been a good way of summarising the stuff that I’ve … Continue reading

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Now You See Me by S J Bolton

London, present day. DC Lacey Flint has an obsession with the long-unsolved mystery of Jack the Ripper, but has yet to be involved in a murder case. But when a dying woman accosts her in the street, she is engulfed … Continue reading

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