Buried: The thrilling new crime series introducing Detective Jack Warr
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The gripping first book in a brand new thriller series by the Queen of Crime Drama, Lynda La Plante. For those investigating the fire, however, it was not so much the body that caught their attention, but rather, the remains of something in the fireplace.
When the divorce came through, it was my time. I would have adopted four or five more. Yes, absolutely. But it wasn’t possible.” Lynda La Plante practically invented the thriller * KARIN SLAUGHTER, No.1 Sunday Times bestselling author of THE GOOD DAUGHTER * I absolutely love Lynda La Plante and therefore could not wait to get my hands onto her latest novel. Thankfully Buried did not disappoint.She says Lorcan has shown no interest in tracing his birth mother, but adds: “If there comes a time, I will give him every access because that is important for him and his future. She says: “In truth, the fear element about coronavirus is growing with everyone, but if you obey the rules, you can help keep yourself safe and everybody around you safe. I feel great compassion for people going down with it.” She has another home in the US, and dated a banker there for a few years. She says: “I ended it, but he seemed quite relieved actually.” He was 62, and she says she has no worries about dating younger men.
A compelling, clever plot with a brilliant cast of diverse characters. Utterly riveting * RACHEL ABBOTT, million-selling author of ONLY THE INNOCENT *Looking to the future, Lynda hopes to tempt Helen Mirren, 74, to play Jane Tennison one last time in a final TV drama.
And what he watches on TV for entertainment is hardly surprising. She says: “He likes watching crime documentaries.” She still cares about her appearance, and says: “You have to. I’m from Liverpool and it was all about the glamour when I was growing up. It’s terrific to have that young energy around the house. Our relationship has given me so much more than I could have ever dreamed of.”
A compelling, clever plot with a brilliant cast of diverse characters. Utterly riveting." - Rachel Abbott