The Girl Who Broke the Rules (George McKenzie, Book 2)
2, George McKenzie
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The pulse-pounding new thriller from Marnie Riches. For anyone who loves Jo Nesbo and Stieg Larsson, this book is for you!
When the mutilated bodies of two sex-workers are found in Amsterdam, Chief Inspector van den Bergen must find a brutal murderer before the red-light-district erupts into panic.
Georgina McKenzie is conducting research into pornography among the UK’s most violent sex-offenders but once van den Bergen calls on her criminology expertise, she is only too happy to come running.
The rising death toll forces George and van den Bergen to navigate the labyrinthine worlds of Soho strip-club sleaze and trans-national human trafficking. And with the case growing ever more complicated, George must walk the halls of Broadmoor psychiatric hospital, seeking advice from the brilliant serial murderer, Dr. Silas Holm…
'Fast, furious, fantastic…One killer thriller!’ Mark Edwards
‘Raw, brutal and utterly compelling. Riches is an explosive new talent.’ David Mark
‘This was one of the best sequels I have ever read. The follow up book was simply amazing.’ Amazon 5* review
‘A gripping read that leaves you wanting more’ Amazon 5* review
‘George McKenzie is rapidly becoming my favourite heroine!’ Amazon 5* review
*PRAISE FOR MARNIE RICHES*
‘Marnie Riches arrives with a fully formed narrative skill that suggests decades of experience; she’s created a wonderfully idiosyncratic heroine, prone to bad judgement, and placed her in an artfully constructed novel that even incorporates cogent discussions of sexuality and gender. Ms Riches is clearly a name to watch!’ BARRY FORSHAW, author of Euro Noir and The Rough Guide to Crime Fiction
‘A strong, edgy debut that deserves to do well’ Clare Mackintosh
‘I got totally engrossed and could not put it down’ Amazon 5* review
‘An outstanding debut’ Amazon 5* review
About the author
Marnie Riches grew up on a rough estate in Manchester, aptly within sight of the dreaming spires of Strangeways prison. Able to speak five different languages, she gained a Masters degree in Modern & Medieval Dutch and German from Cambridge University. She has been a punk, a trainee rock star, a pretend artist, a property developer and professional fundraiser. In her spare time, she likes to run, mainly to offset the wine and fine food she consumes with great enthusiasm.
Having authored the first six books of HarperCollins Children’s Time-Hunters series, she now writes crime thrillers for adults.