The Wild Swimmers

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Pub Date May 23 2024 | Archive Date May 30 2024

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'Shaw's novels combine a strong central character with an atmospheric setting and original plots' Sunday Times

If only Alexandra Cupidi had turned south instead of north, she would have found the dead woman.

Instead it is her vulnerable daughter Zoë who stumbles across Mimi Greene's lifeless body on the shoreline. A regular wild swimmer with a group of close friends, it's out of character for Mimi to have been swimming alone, especially in bad weather. DS Cupidi starts to suspect this is more than just an accidental drowning.

Meanwhile, her friend and colleague Jill Ferriter receives a mysterious letter from a man who claims to be her father. Stephen Dowles has been in prison for the last twenty years, convicted of two brutal and senseless murders.

With Cupidi obsessed by the death of Mimi Greene, Ferriter must lean on Bill South to uncover the facts around Dowles' conviction, revisiting old colleagues and criminals.

The Wild Swimmers is an explosive return to the DS Alexandra Cupidi Series, where the shores of the south Kent coastline expose deadly secrets.

'Shaw's novels combine a strong central character with an atmospheric setting and original plots' Sunday Times

If only Alexandra Cupidi had turned south instead of north, she would have found the dead...


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ISBN 9781529420128
PRICE £20.00 (GBP)
PAGES 384

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