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Two teenagers go missing on the same day. Just a coincidence? 

They are from very different backgrounds: Yasmin is the talented, grammar-school-educated daughter of devout Muslim professionals. Ricky disappears after storming out of his council house after an argument with his mum's latest boyfriend.   

DI Mariner knows Ricky's mother from his days in uniform. He is furious when his superiors take him off Ricky's case and reassign him to the more politically sensitive investigation. 

The press - and his bosses - are convinced Yasmin's disappearance is a racially motivated abduction. Her family has been the target of a far-right group. But Mariner soon discovers Yasmin is far from the innocent victim her parents think she is. 

Can he get to the bottom of a perplexing case where no one is what they seem?

©2017 Chris Collett (P)2018 Tantor

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  • Jaye22
  • 07-15-19

Improving Slowly

This is the second installment of the DI Mariner series, it starts off with a young white lad who is known to Di Mariner and Tom is on the case. He gets pulled of the case by DCI Fiske in favour of a young Asian girl who is also missing. This decision by DCI Fiske will come back to haunt him.

This installment was much better than the first one and I am hoping this continues