A Price to Pay

Narrated by: Becky Hindley
Length: 7 hrs and 28 mins
3.3 out of 5 stars (3 ratings)

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It starts with the death of a teenage runaway, killed when she leaps from a motorway bridge into the speeding traffic below. The girl's identity remains a mystery - until the discovery of the dead girl's details matches the profiles of three other girls; all recently have been reported missing.

A further shocking discovery causes the whole file to be handed over to Greater Manchester Police's Counter Terrorism Unit, with leading detective constable Iona Khan in charge.

©2013 Chris Simms (P)2016 W F Howes Ltd

Critic Reviews

"Simms comes up with some interesting plot hooks." ( Publishers Weekly)
"A fast-paced, well-crafted procedural." ( Booklist)

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  • Chrissie
  • 09-04-16

Another great read by Chris Simms

Chris Simms is a brilliant writer having read all of his books this series around character Iona Khan proves to be a series worth keeping up with. Iona could go far but always seems to distance herself in her own personal battle to be competitive with herself & in doing so is still not really 'One of the boys'
Maybe her next case will bring her closer to getting a partner that she can relate too she is a great policewoman and with the brilliant cases Chris Simms Creates I see a series well on the way to the Best sellers lists.
Thanks Chris for another brilliant read 😀