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Inspector Andy Horton’s holiday peace is shattered when, stepping out across an abandoned golf course, he finds himself facing a distraught young woman with a gun in her hand, leaning over a corpse in one of the discarded bunkers. When she professes to be the dead man’s sister, and psychic, Horton’s old adversary, DCI Birch, is convinced she is a mentally disturbed killer. But Horton is not so sure.

As soon as it’s revealed that the dead man was working on a top-level environmental project on behalf of the European Commission, Horton is urged by Superintendent Uckfield to go undercover. His mission is to trap a clever killer, but he soon uncovers a web of intrigue that ripples down the years.

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  • Reginald pelle
  • 02-25-15

Excellent!

Great narration, good drama and an enlightening mystery to solve. Andy Horton never gives up. Worth the read for! Brilliant!

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  • SharonUK
  • 02-06-18

Weak main character

The main character just doesn't work for me - sorry. Far too much speculation in the story. Narration was good.