If I Should Die
an utterly gripping and gritty Private Investigator thriller
by Anna Smith
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Pub Date 02 Feb 2023 | Archive Date 06 Feb 2023
Quercus Books, Quercus
A nail-biting Glasgow-set crime thriller starring PI Billie Carlson. Perfect for fans of Martina Cole and Marnie Riches.
WILL SHE SACRIFICE EVERYTHING TO UNCOVER THE TRUTH?
PI Billie Carlson is in Cleveland, Ohio, following a lead on the whereabouts of her son, Lucas. But when the trail goes cold, she is forced to return to Glasgow and a life of waiting and praying that one day she might see him again.
Back in the office and ready to throw herself into work, she picks up a call from Lars, an old friend from her teenage years in Sweden. He tells her some devastating news. His younger sister, Astrid, was found dead in the Highlands, frozen to death with traces of drugs and alcohol in her system.
The police are convinced that Astrid killed herself, but Lars knows his sister would never do such a thing. He begs Billie to investigate and to accompany Astrid's body back to Sweden. Billie quickly agrees and soon finds herself involved in a web of institutional corruption linked to the dark recesses of the criminal underworld. Can Billie find out what happened to Astrid, or will she be silenced by those desperate to keep her from finding out the truth?
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