Bill Kitson

 

Now available in Large Print.

Alone in an isolated cottage, a young housewife awaits the arrival of her sister, Jo. Outside, as storms lash the country, Dr Johana Grey struggles to reach the house, but when she does, she finds it deserted, in darkness.

With Mike Nash on leave, DS Mironova leads the investigation. The woman’s husband cannot be accounted for. Is he responsible, or has she been abducted by the sadistic serial killer nicknamed  the Cremator?

Before Nash’s return, a security van disappears along with its two-man crew. Further violent crimes ensue, and as the detectives try to make sense of the confusion, it becomes apparent that nothing is as it seems and no one is quite who they appear to be.

..To read a longer extract from Identity Crisis, click on the book cover below..

ISBN: 978-0-7090-9816-4

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A brilliant new Mironova and Nash novel – terrific characters ensure the thorough authenticity of this series, and IDENTITY CRISIS is surely Bill Kitson’s finest novel to date. Nash has to break off to look after his new-found French son, the introduction of whom as a character enables the author to bring a new side to Nash’s character, and the result is sensationally good. Absolutely terrific read, first rate entertainment.

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                                                                                                                Books Monthly online magazine. May

BOOKS MONTHLY online magazine, September 2009




'....keeps the pot boiling and delivers  a stunningly exciting climax....'

Northern Echo, May 2012

eBook available 31st Aug 2013. Paperback coming soon