Mother Love



A Hard Hitting DI Sarah Quinn Police Procedural Olivia Kent Is Lying Olivia Kent Is Crying Olivia Kent Is Dying I Could Make It Quicker Put Her Out Of Her Misery But I Won T The Anonymous Letter Sent To The Chief Superintendent Would Appear To Be A Piece Of Malicious Nonsense But Schoolteacher Olivia Kent Hasn T Been Seen For Six Days And As The Race To Find Her Becomes Increasingly Desperate, DI Sarah Quinn Is Forced To Turn To Her Old Adversary, The Unscrupulous Journalist Caroline King Who Just So Happens To Be The Missing Woman S Best Friend For HelpMother Love

Former BBC Newsnight presenter Maureen has worked extensively in newspapers, radio and television She still freelances in the business, when she s not busy novel writing As a journalist she s worked closely with the police, covering countless crime stories, including several murders She s also interviewed victims and seen villains sent down.Maureen was inspired to write Working Girls by a police pilot scheme to treat younger prostitutes as victims rather than criminals It set me thinking about women on the game, she says What made a girl risk her health, and her life, night after night What, if any, choice did she have I wondered could I combine appealing characters from this largely ignored section of society with a measure of social comment and produce an engaging and entertaining crime novel

[Epub] ↠ Mother Love Author Maureen Carter – E17streets4all.co.uk
  • Hardcover
  • 224 pages
  • Mother Love
  • Maureen Carter
  • 09 September 2017
  • 178029008X

10 thoughts on “Mother Love

  1. says:

    The second of the Sarah Quinn books that I ve read Sarah lacks the troubled past that Bev Morriss had, though there s still some murky history Thankfully Maureen Carter hasn t changed her style with the change of characters giving the reader the same thrill of guessing the outcome, and of course, getting it wrong The cracking pace kept up until the last chapter, and here I must admit I got a little lost As this was the Kindle version I was reading, not for the first time there seemed to be a The second of the Sarah Quinn books that I ve read Sarah lacks the troubled past that Bev Morriss had, though there s still some murky history Thankfully Maureen Carter hasn t changed her style with the change of characters giving the reader the same thrill of guessing the outcome, and of course, getting it wrong The cracking pace kept up until the last chapter, and here I must admit I got a little lost As this was the Kindle version I was reading, not for the first time there seemed to be an error in the download where the narrative seemed to jump However, if there was a gap, it was one I could fill in as my own detection rate had actually moved faster than Sarah s Once again I find myself asking why have the TV producers missed these gems from the pen well keyboard of Maureen Carter

  2. says:

    Carter writes strong female characters Sarah Quinn the cop and reporter Caroline King are well matched allies antagonists The Birmingham cop scene is well portrayed with some well done characters The kidnapping of schoolteacher Olivia has some interesting twists But I still like the Bev Morriss series better.

  3. says:

    I just discovered Maureen Carter and am enjoying working my way through the Sarah Quinn series.

  4. says:

    Hard work Main cop is quite dull Perhaps I have read too many crime novels but I am sure I have read this before.

  5. says:

    The second DI Sarah Quinn police procedural as surprisingly plotted as the first.

  6. says:

    I had to push through this book it was not interesting at first, though it was just interesting enough to want to know who done it and it got much better about 60% of the way through.

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